Tue, 16 March 2021
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM AEDT
Click the below link for the event registration. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/iwd-2021-africause-choosetochallenge-tickets-143893590603
About this Event
This year International Women’s Day is about challenging and inviting to take action for equality. Africause is celebrating the contributions that women make in our community and organisation.
Join our speakers who are friends and are part of our African-Australian community and successful small business owners, professionals, and bus drivers. They will share their experiences and insights about how they have challenged employment bias and they have successfully built a career.
Don’t miss all their tips and messages that surely will inspire you and your family.
Tuesday 16th of March at 7:00 pm
This is an event for all your family. Please invite your networks sharing this link.
• Adongwot Manyoul:
Adongwot is a young Cultural Consultant. Double bachelor in Communications in Journalism and International Studies. AD is a Youth leader and advocate in the South Sudanese community, she has volunteered for multiple NGO organisations and collaborated with VIC councils to improve community engagement and, got a 2019 Churchill Fellowship award to travel investigating the disengagement of minority youths within the Education system.
• Keletso Magano-Niebling
Currently, Kel is the founder of MAGANO. The Label clothing. A clothing label that was birthed with womanhood in mind. She created this label for the woman who has difficulty finding a dress that fits them well. It is designed for a woman with a unique body shape and lovingly made with the celebration of diversity in mind.
• Dr Irene Bouzo
She is a Senior Consultant at cultural and spiritual diversity; After 10+ years working in multicultural policy advocacy, she gets excited when I see culturally diverse community organizations prosper. She would like to contribute to making multicultural Australia a better place. She is an expert is in NGOs, governance, research, community engagement, policy advocacy and public speaking.
• Summayyah Sadiq
A Counsellor, Psychotherapist, Life coach, writer and social entrepreneur Summayyah Sadiq-Ojibara is a Counsellor and Psychotherapist, Life coach, writer, motivational speaker, mentor, social entrepreneur, community development worker and creativity consultant.
Niki is President for the Industrial Relations Society for Victoria and holds a Bachelor of Laws and Certificate IV in Government Workplace Relations.
Niki offers 15 years of professional experience and insights into the legal frameworks that enable women to challenge employment barriers. Niki is a dynamic role model and advocates for ethical, legal practices
Our facilitator: Lorelle Said
Lorelle Said brings 25 years’ experience as Human Resources (HR) Generalist with a track record of partnering C Suite over the last 12 years. As a trusted business partner and thought leader, Lorelle enables measurable return on HR investment across blue-chip corporates including Qantas, NAB, Telstra and the Community Sector including Africause, Youth Activating Youth and Spectrum.
Lorelle is motivated by building capability and mutual learning networks across disadvantaged, culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, industry and government. Recent, personal highlights include, enabling full employment for 1:3 CALD community members at Transdev in partnership with African-Australian community organisations, over a 12 month period, amid COVID 19.
Contact us at
Phone: 03 9042 1604
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