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    SA Woman Breakfast Series #2 // More than one way to Soar!

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    You're invited to the SA Woman Breakfast Series

    Friday 23rd June 2023

    We are back for our second breakfast event of the year and we can't wait to again showcase and inspire through the journeys of South Australian women in business and careers!

    Each breakfast will bring together a panel of women to go deep into the highs, the lows, the pivots and the gamechanging moments that have led them on the path they are today. Through conversation we learn, we inspire and we believe that if they can, I can too! Because there are more than one way women in South Australia can Soar! 

    Your ticket includes inspiring conversation, new connections, a beautiful individually plated breakfast along with freshly brewed tea and coffee. Please ensure you advise of dietary requirements. 

    Venue: Gilbert Suite, Adelaide Convention Centre, North Tce, Adelaide. For more details about the venue, please head to: https://www.adelaidecc.com.au/...
    Time: 
    Doors Open 7:00am. Event Concludes 9:30am. 
    Dress Code:
     Neat Casual - Please come in whatever you feel most comfortable in - just be you! There are no expectations to look or dress a certain way at SA Woman events!
    Parking: We have done our best to source a venue with undercover parking (paid) for our winter brekkie. You can access this off of North Tce or the Morphett St ( https://www.adelaidecc.com.au/...). 

    TICKETS

    SA Woman Members:
    COLLECTIVE PLUS: $85.00 per person (incl GST)
    COLLECTIVE: $90 per person (incl GST)

    Non Members: $99.00 per person (incl GST)

    Table of 10:
     $950 per table (incl GST). 

    Tickets Limited. Humanitix Booking fee is additional. 
    Seats aren't allocated unless a table has been purchased.

    Please email carly@sawoman.com.au with any queries.


    OUR PANELISTS


    Lauren Spear, The Orange Butterfly Foundation
    Lauren is a traumatic brain injury non for profit CEO, advocate, mentor, writer and speaker, and a proud member of the disability community. The Orange Butterfly Foundation came about following her involvement in a serious workplace accident in 2018 whilst helping one of her young students off a piece of playground equipment. For the last 5 years she has been recovering and living with a traumatic brain injury.

    The Orange Butterfly Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals who are living with traumatic brain injuries, prolonged concussion and other lifelong brain injuries by providing invaluable financial benevolent relief and support, as well as hosting community events continuing to promote inclusion, diversity and belonging amongst the community for individuals with brain injury.

    Linkedin: Lauren Spear
    Website: theorangebutterfly.blog

    Hannah Lea, Employsure
    Employsure is Australia’s leading Employment Relations and Work Health & Safety service provider, we offer tailored solutions to help small and medium businesses establish their workplace compliance, advise, and protect businesses in the management of their people. This provides business owners and managers time and confidence to focus on growing their business.

    As Business Development Manager at Employsure, I meet with clients across South Australia every day, in my consultations we discuss many challenges, common missteps in managing the workplace, how to apply cost savings with suitable employment structures, identify potential risks and the importance of strong administrative controls for Work Health and Safety. It’s my extensive skills and knowledge working across a range of industries and varying size businesses that assists in helping the business community at large.

    Linkedin: Hannah Lea
    Website: employsure.com.au

    Nicole Gollan, Nik & Co. Consultancy
    Nik & Co. Consultancy transforms lived experiences for First Nations communities by interweaving genuine reconciliatory practices into corporate and community settings. To work “with”, is far more advantageous! As a proud Ngarrindjeri woman and mother to an ever-growing young Aboriginal male in Australia, Nicole’s obligation to enact immediate change was obvious. Whilst seemingly farfetched to some, her goal to make this world a better place for him became a priority.

    Nicole believes in a genuine, collective approach toward reconciliation, all reconciliation journeys are important. She supports by mapping out the needs of a business to provide the necessary advice and tools to enable meaningful reconciliation with First Nation communities.

    Nicole is a proud advocate for social, inclusive change. A cultural lens can influence sustainable impact, together we can make a difference.

    Linkedin: Nicole Gollan
    Website: nikandco.com.au

    OUR MC

    KATE BURR -KATEBURR.COM
    Kate Burr is a Leadership and Communication expert with a 20-year career as an Award-Winning Comedian and High-Performance Humour Coach. She uses the power of laughter and humour to create engaging, feel-good experiences for her audiences and clients.

    Find Kate on Linkedin HERE.


    OUR EVENT PARTNERS




    Would you like to be an Event Partner? We are currently seeking collaborations to help us bring more events to life for women in business and careers in SA. If you would like to get behind our mission for all South Australian women in business and careers to Soar, email carly@sawoman.com.au. 

    ADDITIONAL HOUSEKEEPING

    MEMBERSHIP

    Members receive special member rates on all our events and first access. Not a member and want to become one? Starting from $12 a month, you are welcome to join us and access all the added opportunities being a SAWer brings! Find out more at www.sawoman.com.au/join.

    Photo's will be taken throughout the event. Please let us know if you do not wish to participate.

    GROUND RULES

    We welcome women from ALL backgrounds of business and careers. However, we do not condone hard sales or recruitment of consultants etc through our community or events. The focus of these events is connection and support for one another.  Our events are for all women who wish to create new connections, grow and empower themselves through new knowledge, opportunities and more. We also believe it is important to understand and respect that everyone has different beliefs, life backgrounds and experiences. Please refrain from promoting views or opening up discussion that has the potential to be triggering for others or controversial in nature.

    We encourage you to make new connections and exchange details where you can, however please note you are not permitted to add others to mailing lists or groups without prior permission. 

    VENUE DETAILS:

    Gilbert Suite, Adelaide Convention Centre, North Tce, Adelaide. For more details about the venue, please head to: https://www.adelaidecc.com.au/...


    PHOTO RELEASE

    By booking my seat at this SA Woman event, I understand that photos may be taken and shared and that myself or my business may be tagged by SA Woman Australia with my permission. I understand that I can let the host know if I do not wish to participate, or that I can offer to take the photo or suggest a photo that still showcases my business (where possible) eg business cards. The purpose of taking, sharing and tagging of people in photos aligns the community pillars to connect and showcase South Australian Women. 

    ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF COUNTRY

    SA Woman Australia acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which our events are held on across South Australia. We recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.


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