International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day to all.

SSMRF CEO Pam Brown attended the Georges River Council “Celebrating Georges River Women” breakfast at Southern Sydney Events Centre, Club Central Hurstville.

The event featured three inspirational speakers: Sharlene McKenzie OAM, Managing Director Allawaw Aboriginal Corporation, Jada Mundine, Project Support Officer, NSW Department of Planning and Environment, and Senior Constable Sonia Krcalovic, St George Police Area Command.

Club Central Vice President Margaret Starks, Club Central Executive Assistant to the CEO Cheryl Sappey, SSMRF CEO Pam Brown and Club Central Executive Manager Communications & Community Partners Kylie Di Cesare on IWD 2023

Pictured L-R: Club Central Vice President Margaret Starks, Club Central Executive Assistant to the CEO Cheryl Sappey, SSMRF CEO Pam Brown and Club Central Executive Manager Communications & Community Partners Kylie Di Cesare.

#EmbraceEquity

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