Workshop to empower women

Published 5:00am 20 May 2022

Workshop to empower women
Words by Kylie Knight

BPW North Lakes is hosting a Women’s Empowerment Workshop next month with five expert speakers covering five empowering topics.

The event is at Norths Leagues and Services Club, Kallangur, on Saturday, June 11 from 9am-4pm.

It aims to empower women in the Moreton Bay Region to enable them to step up, to amplify their confidence and work through challenges around their organisation and build relationships for guidance and support.

The event will feature guest speakers Dr Gail Crossley-Craven on the topic boundaries, Janeen Vosper on voice, Louise Williams on future you, Moana Robinson on style and Donna Thistlethwaite on thrive. 

Organisers hope the workshop will help participants build their confidence, find their voice, set strong boundaries, thrive with amplified resilience, shine and focus on their future, discover secrets to styling success and enjoy networking with likeminded women.

Morning and afternoon tea and lunch will be provided as well as a gift bag.

Tickets are $67 for students and Centrelink Health Care/Pension Card holders, $97 for BPW members, $127 for non-BPW members or $97/person for a table of five.

To buy tickets, head online

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