Our friends at King O’Malley’s have made us an offer we can not refuse! So come along and join us for an evening of Craft Beer – Stoneage Brewing and Wine Tasting! Sean Trenoweth, our fantastic wine merchant, from Trenoweth Wine Co, is going to provide the Kirrihill Wine, along with Gin and Schnapps from the team at Wild Brumby Distillery!
The ticket price includes tastings and canapes. Sean will also spin the decks and provide some music, in his other incarnation as DJ Carbolic.
You can have a bit of fun, in good company – and enjoy some well crafted beer, elegant wine, delicious gin and some fine schnapps, whilst supporting Karinya House as well.
Share the Event Flyer with your Friends and Colleagues. See you there!
If you live regionally and need a place to stay, we would recommend Forrest Hotel and Apartments.
We also extend our thanks to 180º Marketing, who work with King O’Malley’s and kindly provided the marketing material for this event!
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Please note – Due to circumstances outside of our control there have been changes to this event – in regard to the availability of both our Guest Speaker and Venue. Both Ms Haussegger AM and the National Press Club have requested we convey their sincere apologies for circumstances also outside of their control that have impacted availability.
We are honoured to welcome, and thank, Avril Henry as the guest speaker at our inaugural Women in Business Breakfast. Avril will address “The Gender Agenda; progress and pitfalls”. This event is one not to be missed. Tickets are strictly limited to 100. We look forward to welcoming you on Wednesday, 22 August 2018, 7.00am for 7.30am – 9.00am, in The Salon at the Ovolo Nishi Hotel.
We extend sincere gratitude to Ms Henry for the support of this event by donating this guest appearance.
At Karinya, Women in Business is an inclusive term as we recognise the breadth of Women who are in the business of life – home, organisation, community, government…. so we do hope that every woman feels welcome at this event. We look forward to having this breadth represented in our guest list. Do share this event with your friends and colleagues.
We are so pleased the venue for this event is the Ovolo Nishi. The Ovolo Nishi is a long term supporter of Karinya House (previously as Hotel Hotel) and we are grateful for their continued support for this very special event.
Corporate Sponsors of this event, to allay costs and maximise the fundraising return from this event, are currently being sought. We thank Clarke Keller who is our first Corporate Sponsor of this event. We also thank Clarke Keller for providing the marketing collateral for this event.
Other Corporate Sponsors of this event are welcome. Please call (0429 945 804) or email Jo, if you have any queries with regard to this event.
Avril Henry is an acclaimed keynote speaker, provocateur, consultant, coach, mentor and author, who is passionate about diversity and inclusion, developing collaborative leaders and positive workplaces. Over 15 years her consulting business has worked with organisations to change their culture and build their leadership capability. Avril’s career has spanned senior roles in finance, IT, project management, change management and human resources in South Africa, Australia, the UK and USA. She is a Fellow of CPA Australia, Senior Fellow of FINSIA, a Fellow of AILM, Graduate of AICD and member of the AHRI. Avril is on the Boards of Now Australia (addressing sexual harassment in the workplace), Can Too Foundation (raising funds for cancer research through fitness programs), My Property Circles and C&C Management (Engineering & Construction).
In 2015 Avril was named as one of the 100 Women of Influence in Australia, and one of the 10 most influential women in the diversity space. She has been recognised by the Human Rights Commission and received business awards in Australia and the USA, for her diversity programs. In 2006 she received the prestigious Lifetime Achievement in HR Award at the Australian Human Resources Awards, and in 2012 received a global award for Excellence in Leadership Coaching.
She is a senior advisor on cultural transformation, gender and diversity to the Chief of Army, Australia, and has coached Generals and Brigadiers in the Australian Army. Her clients include banks, mining companies, construction companies, the public health sector, universities, pharmaceutical and biotech’s, to name a few. She is the author and co-author of several books on leadership, different generations at work and gender diversity. Avril is a regular panellist on ABC The Drum and ABC national radio. Her latest book, Leadership Revelations III How We Achieve the Gender Tipping Point was released in 2015.
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