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Stephanie Whitaker - QRRRWN Strong Women Leadership Awards Finalist.wmv
27 Feb 2013
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The QRRRWN Strong Women Leadership Awards are a delightful mix of personal development, acknowledgement of achievements, valuable networking and a lot of fun! The inaugural QRRRWN Strong Women Leadership Awards program encourages women to identify and celebrate the strengths they contribute to their community through their participation in agricultural, social, business, education, community-based, benevolent and ther activities. The Awards program is also: • a structure where QRRRWN can mentor and provide personal development opportunities to ALL entrants in the program, not just the winners • a learning-ground and stepping-stone for women who wish to gain confidence and skills to progress further and later apply for larger scale awards programs such as the RIRDC Awards, Telstra Awards etc. http://www.qrrrwn.org.au/strong-women-awards.php The Queensland Rural, Regional and Remote Women's Network Inc (QRRRWN) was formed in 1993 to meet the needs of women in rural communities throughout the state. It was originally known as the QRWN but we altered our name to QRRRWN in 2012. Since then it's grown to be a progressive organisation running a series of programs in regional centres as well as being involved at a national and international level. The membership of QRRRWN includes women and men who are: located in a rural or regional area, involved in a rural business (town based or primary production), involved in a rural community, located in urban or coastal areas, and who have an interest in rural issues and are interested in promoting strong links between the rural and urban sectors. Our focus is on all rural women and their families, communities and enterprises. Queensland Rural Womens Network PO Box 1568 Toowoomba QLD 4350 Phone: 1300 795-571 (9:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday) Fax: 1300 795-516 Email: admin@qrwn.org.au ABN: 82 236 858 320

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