International Women’s Day Luncheon
SOL Results is pleased to invite you to this special event in celebration of International Women’s Day in March. Join us for lunch at the beautiful Adelaide Pavilion to hear some inspirational stories of women who have succeeded in life and business against the odds.
IWD It is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality.
If you are a woman (or man!) in leadership, then we would love you to join us for 2 hours to celebrate the achievements of women, the important role men play in their lives and how we can create a world where we can all truly embrace equity.
There will be plenty of time to network, make new friends and business connections and a raffle draw with some brilliant prizes, all whilst enjoying a delicious sit-down lunch for a good cause.
Men are absolutely welcome to attend and bring a friend too!
The IWD 2023 campaign theme is #EmbraceEquity
International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality.
All profits from the day will go directly to support the Reily Foundation who is an independent voice and advocate for families navigating the child protection system.
About our guests:
Sarah Reimann – Business Advisor: Your MC and Host on the day.
Sarah is a business advisor, financial expert and professional speaker. She provides consulting and training to business owners in the SME sector helping them with strategic financial and business improvement strategies. Sarah is a motivational speaker and has an inspiring story of overcoming domestic violence, depression, divorce and drug abuse and believes that changing the way we think can change our lives dramatically.
Melody Horrill – author, journalist, television presenter and documentary producer
Melody Horrill is a published author, an award-winning Australian journalist, television presenter and documentary producer, with more than 20 years’ experience in broadcast media both in Australia and overseas.
Melody’s passion is sharing her story about growing up with domestic violence and how she gained resilience, strength and understanding through connecting with nature – in particular, a wild, injured dolphin. In June 2022, her memoir, A dolphin called Jock (website: https://a.pgtb.me/wzK39g) was released by Australian publishers, Allen and Unwin to rave reviews. Since then, Melody has been undertaking numerous radio, television and newspaper interviews in Australia and overseas. Her book will be published in the U.S and the UK later this year.
Fiona Dorman – Chair, Premier’s Council for Women , President, National Council of Women of SA Inc. , Vice President, National Council of Women Australia, Governor, St Peter’s College Council of Governors
Fiona is passionate about serving the community. She joined the National Council of Women SA as the Asian Women’s Consultative Council SA delegate and has been active since 2006.
Fiona holds office as President of the National Council of Women South Australia and NCW Australia National Board Member (since 2018) and Vice President of NCW Australia. Her and her team’s role is to advance women’s rights and for gender equality locally and internationally. As a non-political, non-sectarian organization, our work is to advocate on a range of social and community reforms such as gender equality and equity, homelessness and women’s safety.
Our Charity of Choice – The Reily Foundation:
The Reily Foundation provides practical solution-focussed support and advocacy for parents whose children have been removed by the State’s child protection department. We give parents a voice when they are not being heard and provide free practical workshops to help them with the legal issues and also providing emotional support. We provide a voice for children so that they can have the best connection possible with their biological parents when they are in the care of the government.
Join us on Friday 24th March 2023.
The SOL Results team looks forward to welcoming you. Buy your tickets now to secure your place
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