Mentors, guests and panellists from International Women's Day 2019
Women’s Breakfast Sessions
Many women attending Council's International Women's Day 2019 celebration expressed their interest in on-going networking opportunities. Woollahra Council is delighted to facilitate local women supporting and mentoring each other through a series of informal breakfast meetings.
The next in our series of breakfasts will be held on Friday 6 September and will be facilitated by Robyn Katz, Feminine Leadership Facilitator from Talk Point and Vanessa Alexander, Community Building and Transformation Specialist from Transforming Talk.
The session will provide you with an opportunity to participate in a specially designed tea ceremony to strengthen your network and learn together as local women.
Please bring your favourite tea cup, an open mind and a willingness to connect and share stories as Robyn and Vanessa host you through the morning.
Book online or call 9391 7166 for more information.
What should every woman know?
On 9 March 2019, Woollahra Council hosted ‘What Every Women Should Know’ - a celebration for International Women's Day. The event was a speed mentoring and networking event drawing on the strengths of the community.
Woollahra Council were delighted to host such a successful event and would like to thank the panel members and mentors who joined us and took part in the day: Helen Argiris; Professor Jill Bennet; Toni Cody; The Hon. Helen Coonan; Cr Claudia Cullen; Jane Flemming OAM; Wendy Holdenson; Cr Mary-Lou Jarvis - Deputy Mayor Woollahra Council; Alexandra Joel; Dr Ginni Mansberg; Elizabeth Meryment; Cr Megan McEwin; Lulu Pinkus; Cr Harriet Price; Cr Lucinda Regan; Jessica Rowe; Dr Gene Sherman AM; Cr Susan Wynne; and Claire Vernon.
Approximately 120 community members attended the panel discussion and over 80 speed mentoring sessions were provided.
Feedback from attendees has been overwhelmingly positive.