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Speech at the Change Our Game International IWD Lunch

First, I acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land upon which we are gathering and pay my respects to their Elders past and present and to any Elders here with us this

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Speech at NARI International Women's Day Luncheon

First, I acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land upon which we are gathering and pay my respects to their Elders past and present and to any Elders here with us this

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Athenaeum Club Fathers' and Daughters' Dinner

'Of course, in the 1860s, married women were not expected to work. (At least not for money. They always did plenty of unpaid work.)'
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Women and Health Breakfast

'So, there are some social obstacles to overcome: time constraints, and a distorted image of what exercise should look like.'
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Victoria Police Superintendents Dinner

'This is an example of leadership at its best. You recognise gaps. You realise that something needs to be done. You take the initiative to do it.'
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Mac.Robertson Girls' High School Assembly

'Who knows exactly what you’ll need to learn during your careers, except that you’ll need to be agile enough to keep up. To keep learning.'
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Grandmothers' Project Launch: Multicultural Museums

'And so, through grandmas and grannies, nanas and nonnas, ya-yas and lao laos, bubbes and jaddas, we have a universal symbol by which we can tell our stories.'
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The International Women’s Forum Australia: 2018 Cornerstone Conference

'What an enigma it is that we have still not managed to come close to achieving equality for half of the Australian population. The female half.'
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Opening of the Lyceum Club's New Floor

'When the Club’s 25 founding women met for the first time, 106 years and 3 weeks ago, there was much about today that they could never have envisioned.'
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CWA Victoria 90th Birthday Garden Party

'Ninety years of women focused on service and friendship, socialising, growth, and learning.'
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Breast Cancer Network Australia 20th Anniversary

When we were kids, 20 years seemed like forever. Funny, isn’t it, but for many of us now, it seems more like just the blink of an eye.
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