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Welcome to the YWCA of Adelaide
2014 SHE Leads Conference
YWCA of Adelaide’s SHE Leads Conference is South Australia’s only young women’s leadership conference attracting more than 200 young women who see themselves as future leaders and are eager to develop their leadership. Now in its third year the SHE Leads Conference is the beneficiary of generous corporate sponsorship, testament to the growing business and community commitment to investing in women’s leadership. The Conference provides a safe space for young women to enrich their confidence, identify strengths and expand networks.
Plenary presentations at the 2014 SHE Leads Conference will be delivered by Natasha Stott Despoja, Deborah Cheetham and Gala Mustafa, and more inspiring women will present three Panel presentations. Download the Conference Agenda.
In 2014 the theme of the Conference is: “What is Women’s Leadership?”.
Held on Friday 22 August 2014, at venue sponsor the National Wine Centre in Adelaide, tickets are on sale now:
$110 YWCA Members
$195 General (from 17 June) + booking fees.
To discuss discounts on group bookings of 5+ please call the YWCA office on 08 8203 9400.
Book your tickets here.
YWCA's 2014 SHE Leads Conference is proudly supported by:
For SHE Leads Conference inquiries email firstname.lastname@example.org
2014 SHE Leads Program
YWCA of Adelaide's SHE Leads Program will begin its third intake in November 2014. This ten month program is designed to support the personal and professional development of early career young women and features workshops, tutorials, 1:1 mentoring, networking opportunities, graduation and attendance at the 2015 SHE Leads Conference.
Young women who are employed are encouraged to seek support from their employer to invest in their professional development by funding their participation on the SHE Leads Program. Found out more and be inspired by the SHE Leads Program Guide.
To secure your place on the SHE Leads Program complete this Registration Form.
Bid for Equality - Equal Pay Day Handbag Auction
YWCA of Adelaide is seeking your support in our Bid for Equality. Our major fundraiser this year is a Handbag Auction featuring the donated handbags of more than 50 women. Some of them are trailblazers, some are creators, and some are stars of the future. You can be the proud new owner of a handbag by bidding in the online auction which will open mid August 2014. You can see all of the bags on display - and celebrate the final moments as the auction closes - at a party in Gays Arcade.
YWCA of Adelaide’s purpose is to build stronger communities through the leadership of women and girls. We do this by supporting them during every step of their leadership journey. The organisation has been working with and for young women in Adelaide since 1880 and is recognised as the leading voice for young women in SA. We deliver programs which focus on early intervention and primary prevention in areas such as young women's leadership, training and employment, mentoring and respectful relationships. To do so we partner with schools, government and industry.
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