Dominique Lamb is the Chief Executive Officer of the National Retail Association and Director of NRA Legal and has extensive experience providing industrial relations and employment law advice to a range of small, medium and large businesses across a range of industries.
Dominique brings a level passion and motivation to her role which is hard to find. In 2011, she was awarded the Australian Institute of Management's Young Gun of the Year Award. In 2016 Dominique was a finalist in the Brisbane Women in Business Awards and in 2020, Dominique was a finalist in the Telstra Business Woman of the Year Awards.
In her downtime, Dominique is a strong advocate for victims of domestic violence and has volunteered with the Women's Legal Service Queensland for over seven years. Prior to becoming President, Dominique was the Chair of Women's Legal Service's major fundraiser, Dancing CEOs
As the CEO of the National Retail Association, Dominique plays an integral role by liaising and advocating on behalf of retailers at Federal and State Government levels on all areas of policy which affect retail businesses both large and small, including but not limited to technical standards, product safety, industrial relations, loss prevention, city planning and infrastructure.
Angela Lynch AM
Angela is a lawyer and advocate for survivors of domestic and family violence. Over 23 years in the Queensland domestic violence legal sector, Angela has developed a deep understanding of the issues confronting women who have experienced domestic violence – translating practical legal knowledge and experience into significant law reform, policy, community legal education and safer client outcomes.
As CEO of Women’s Legal Service, Angela guides the specialist community legal centre to build safer futures for Queensland women and their children – championing frontline operations, external advocacy, client services and fundraising.
In 2019, Angela was awarded an AM in the Australia Day Honour's List for her service to victims of domestic and family violence.
In 2016 Angela was appointed to the Queensland Domestic and Family Violence Death Review and Advisory Board. This board was formed by the Queensland Government in response to findings of the Not Now, Not Ever report and makes recommendations to the Minister about improvements to legislation, policies, practices, services, training, resources and communication to prevent or reduce the likelihood of domestic and family violence deaths in Queensland.
Angela’s dedication to the sector was acknowledged in October 2017 when she was awarded the Lawyer’s Weekly Women in Law Not-for-profit Lawyer of the Year and Women in Law Excellence Award and the Women’s Agenda National Emerging Leader in the Legal Sector award.
Angela is available for media comment or public speaking.