International Women’s Day Dinner & Panel – SOLD OUT
Join us for dinner and a high profile panel of intriguing women to discuss what equality & equity means in a modern rural community.
Aunty Cheryl Penrith
Cheryl Penrith is a Wiradjuri woman, who also has cultural connection to the Yuin and Wotjoboluk nations, living in Wagga Wagga. Cheryl comes from a large, proud, strong Koori family and is an Aboriginal business owner, a connector, a mentor and a coach with a passion for the revival and re-invigoration of cultural practices such as-weaving, language, possum skin cloak making, and women’s cultural business.
Julia is a councillor with Snowy Valleys Council, a business woman running ECQ Services, and a farmer at Oberon Creek specialising in merino sheep and wool production. Julia has recently completed the Australian Institute of Company Director’s Course and the Advanced Leadership Program with Women & Leadership Australia.
Born and bred on a farm in western NSW, 600km from the nearest City, Fanny Lumsden grew up riding horses, helping out on the farm, singing and playing musical instruments. Now Fanny is an Australian music icon with an ARIA Award, 8x Golden Guitars, AIR Award under her belt. Fanny has done it all.