IWD Networking Lunch @ Revesby Workers Club
When: March 8 2021
Where: Sydney, Australia
NTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2021 #IWD2021
Monday 8 March11am - 3.30pm$95 Per Person
NETWORKING LUNCHEON | GUEST SPEAKERS | THREE COURSE MEAL
HELD IN THE REVESBY WORKERS’ CLUB FUNCTION CENTRE
A challenged world is an alert world.
Individually, we’re all responsible for our own thoughts and actions – all day, every day. We can choose to challenge and call out gender stereotypes and bias. We can choose to seek out and celebrate women’s achievements. Collectively, we can create an inclusive world.
From challenge comes change. Choose to challenge.
Host: LayDee KinMee
One of Australia’s most in demand drag queens and well known for her incredible vocals and unique yodelling talents. She entertains audiences both nationally and internationally with performances spanning the globe. She received a judges standing ovation on ‘Australia’s Got Talent’ and is a three time ACE Award winner for Best Production Show and Best Compere.
Guest Speakers: Jessica Rowe | Television Presenter, Author and Journalist
One of Australia’s best-known television presenters and a popular keynote speaker who is renowned for her highly topical presentations, her warmth, humour and empathy.
A self-confessed ‘crap housewife’, Jessica has gathered a strong and loyal following with her #craphousewife movement, uniting and celebrating other mothers who sometimes feel like they are not the perfect mother, wife or cook.
A passionate advocate for mental health awareness, having herself experienced post-natal depression. She is an ambassador for beyond blue and a patron of Mental Health Australia.
Annabelle Daniel l CEO Women’s Community Shelters
Leading change in the field of homelessness for women and children through extensive collaboration with a range of organisations, individuals and stakeholders, from the community and all levels of government.
A leader in the social sector for 20 years, working in private enterprise, the Australian government and the community sector. Prior to joining WCS as Chief Executive Officer, she was a Senior Leader in the Department of Human Services, overseeing the Child Support programme.
Annabelle trained as a lawyer with specific expertise in discrimination and family law and has extensive experience in administrative decision making for the Australian Government, including conducting complex investigations for the Commonwealth Ombudsman.
Jane Prior l Detective Senior Constable
Domestic Violence and Child Protection Register Team Leader for the Bankstown Police Area Command
Jane has been with the NSW Police Force for over 20 years, half of which she specialised in the area of Child Abuse, including operating a very dedicated team in the area of Family and Domestic Violence and crimes against child in the Bankstown area.