Kicking off International Women's Day

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Susan Alberti AC (centre) inspiring keynote speaker


Last night we joined our partners to host an early start to International Women's Day, a day first marked in 1911.


The evening featured Victorian of the Year, Susan Alberti AC, and a panel of local inspiring women including, Jillian Chalmers, Felicity Frederico (OAM), Michelle Jelleff and Jemma Owens.

Connect Health & Community in partnership with Women’s Health in the South East, Bayside Council, Central Bayside Community Health Services, Highett Neighbourhood House, Moongala Community Centre and Bentleigh Secondary College will celebrated ‘Women in Sport’ #BalanceforBetter, discussing the successes and challenges of sport, from leadership to playing.

Thanks to the sponsorship from the Rotary Club of Bentleigh Moorabbin Central and Bendigo Bank, the event recognised and celebrated the achievements of remarkable women.

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