Whether you’re from the suburbs of Perth or the island of Sumba, Indonesia, the fact remains the same – every person has the right to reach their full potential. And whilst talent is universal, opportunity is not.
In Australia, it’s easy to take good health, education and a regular income for granted, but all around the world, there are women still facing these challenges without access to these basic necessities.
But the world is changing and you can be a part of that change.
We invite you to join us for the inaugural Opportunity Women4Women conference. We want to celebrate you, and women from all walks of life, and acknowledge that everyone has the right to exercise choice, experience social and economic empowerment, and pursue their dreams.
Come and hear from three outstanding local female leaders and be inspired, empowered and even challenged to build a legacy worth leaving behind.
All profits from the event go towards empowering women through the work of Opportunity International Australia. By giving a small loan, a mother can start a business, put food on the table for her family, send her children to school and work her way out of poverty. It is called a hand up and not a hand out. With 98% of all loans being repaid and recycled, the impact is ongoing.
Suzzanne is one of the most recognised and successful business coaches in Australia with more than 10 years’ experience coaching individuals, business coaches, managers and CEOs, as well as having 25 years’ experience within key business management roles. Suzzanne is an Opportunity Ambassador and has a strong passion for inspiring people to turn their dreams and ambitions into reality through business re-education. Suzzanne is driven to live an authentic, fulfilled life that motivates others to do the same. In 2016, Suzzanne was nominated as one of WA’s most inspiring women, having her story published in the book 16 Inspirational Women by Creatavision Publishing.
Rabia is an Australian human rights and criminal lawyer, former terrorism and war crimes prosecutor and retired British Army officer. She’s also an international humanitarian, hostage survivor, professional speaker, coach and published author. Having undertaken human rights and community aid work in the Middle East, South America, United Kingdom and Australia, Rabia received a Queen’s commendation in 2006 and was also named one of Australia’s Top 100 Women of Influence and an Australia Business Woman of the Year Finalist. Rabia is committed to peace, gender equality, inclusion and education. She is a mother to young triplet boys – her biggest and most rewarding challenge yet.
Kirstin is a clinical and forensic psychologist with 20 years’ experience. She is the owner of Life Resolutions Morley and Wembley and leads a team of six psychologists who work across both practices. Kirstin also owns The Conscious Mother, a heart-centred business supporting women at ALL stages of their motherhood journey, whether they are experiencing difficulties or not. Kirstin has authored The Conscious Mother: A simple guide to mothering with self-awareness, authenticity, confidence and connectedness and has recently launched her online program #motherhoodonline. She also facilitates 4-day The Conscious Mother retreats in Perth and on the east coast to give mothers the opportunity to connect with one another and grow in ways they never expected.