Professional Development

Celebrating YOU: A Special IWD Morning Tea

In the spirit of International Women’s Day and in recognition of the incredible work you do, we have organised a morning tea event dedicated to celebrating YOU.

We understand that this week is busy as you celebrate IWD with the women you support and work with. To ensure you don’t have to choose between your own celebrations and this IWD event, we have planned this special gathering for Tuesday, March 19th.

In collaboration with Wesley Mission, Good360 Australia, and Turbans for Australia, LEAD PDA and LEAD Connect have curated an event aimed at building connections, fostering collaboration, and advancing gender equality.

Here’s a glimpse of what’s in store:

Engaging Stories: Be inspired by uplifting stories showcasing the remarkable impact women have in driving positive change and fostering inclusive communities.

Special Guest Speaker: We are honoured to welcome Angharad Candlin, who will share insights on ‘Whispers of Resilience: Our MS Stories,’ a topic she is a featured author in.

Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded individuals and organisations who share your passion for advancing gender equality and empowerment.

More Information

LEAD, ph (02) 9620 6172 or email

The event is finished.

Face-2-Face Workshop


Tuesday 19 March 2024


9:30 AM - 11:00 AM

More Info



Face-2-Face Workshop


Lottie Stewart Building
40 Stewart Street, Dundas NSW 2117


  • Member: FREE

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