Together We Lead Summit
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"Together we LEAD” summit is a full day of inspiration, healing, connection and actionable strategies for all women desiring to stop hiding or playing small who are ready to LEAD and live the life of their dreams.
Are you ready to uplevel your life?
It’s time to turn on to your truth, courage - your individual power.
It’s time to feel inspired, moved and awoken by the profound wisdom, beauty and richness of the diversity of Australian women - of your Sistership.
It’s time to be visible, speak up, take a stand and be the leader you were born to be.
Together we are stronger. Together we rise. Together we LEAD our country and planet with the collective strength and power of vulnerability, compassion and love for all.
A day full of key-note speakers, healings and panel discussions with Australia’s leading feminine excellence, leadership, business and community leaders.
**SPEAKER LINE UP**
ANGEL PHEONIX ARSENAL
Angel Phoenix Arsenal is an Identity Death Doula, Rebirth Midwife, writer, take-no-bullshit-teacher and motivational speaker whose works are steeped in passion, purpose, and poetry. After a decade of trial and triumph, the journey of becoming the heroine of her own story is how she alchemised her life's work in helping women/womxn how to grieve the loss of what once served them while dancing into a life alongside the most expressed version of themselves.
After overcoming a life full of trauma, physical and sexual abuse, near-death experiences, breaking her back and being widowed, Erika found herself drowning in pain and sadness trying to numb everything she had been through. These life changing experiences finally lead her to life coaching where she went on a deep path to personal growth and healing. Now wife, mother of 2 and Confidence coach, Erika founded The Queen of Confidence. Erika is taking a bold stand for women to reclaim their self confidence. She encourages women to end people pleasing, self judgment, comparison and to let go of caring so much what other people think of us (#FWOT). Erika speaks regularly to groups of women and mothers on the topic of Self confidence, Self-love and vulnerability. She facilitates Confidence masterclasses in Melbourne whilst running her coaching business where she coaches women both privately and in groups settings. Erika keeps it raw, real and entertaining whilst inspiring women everywhere to be who they are and stand in their fully expressed selves.
Beáta is an international retreat leader, medicine woman, author, shamanic practitioner, sound healer, ceremonial leader, seer and keynote speaker with a gift for assisting individuals through a deep transformation. Beáta facilitates workshops, online programs and international retreats worldwide and is a sought-after Keynote Speaker. She was invited to contribute a chapter to the book Shamanism for the New Millennium, which became an Amazon #1 Bestseller, and is also featured in the documentary film – ‘Women of Heart’ which is due to be released in 2020. She is passionate about inspiring individuals to find the courage to live a life that is authentic, free, empowered and radiantly alive!
**SPECIAL GUEST PERFORMER**
Two times TEDx speaker and viral poet, Fleassy Malay is an Internationally renowned, evocative and powerful spoken word artist, speaker and coach. A global advocate for Women’s rights and a fierce voice for the power of authenticity and courage as a social change tool. Founder of Melbourne’s acclaimed Women's Spoken Word event, Mother Tongue. A passionate, powerful, vulnerable and honest performer who's words and courses leave a profound impression. As a self-identified queer, erotic, spiritual, mother she has a theatrical and yet deeply authentic performance and speaking style, renowned for captivating her audiences with depth, honesty, and humor.
Saara Sabbagh - As a Muslim community leader and educator Saara is critically engaging her community on what it means to be an Australian Muslim in today’s world. A visionary voice within the Muslim community, Saara is a dynamic public speaker and a much sought-after consultant on Muslim community affairs. She is the founding Director of Benevolence Australia – an organisation formed to meet the growing needs of Australian Muslims within the Melbourne community. Saara was awarded the Australian Muslim Achievement Award (AMAA)’s Role Model of the Year 2013.
Sally Goldner AM - Sally has been involved in Victoria’s queer communities for over twenty years. This includes Transgender Victoria, co-facilitator of Transfamily, presenter of 3 CR’s “Out of the Pan” and Treasurer of Bisexual Alliance Victoria. She is the focus of an autobiographical documentary “Sally’s Story” and a life member of 4 queer organisations. She was awarded an Order of Australia in 2019, inducted into the Victorian Women’s Honour Roll in 2016, awarded LGBTI Victorian of the Year in 2015 and was noted in The Age’s Top 100 most creative and influential people in Melbourne in 2011. She is an educator, speaker, MC and occasional performer (all in contrast to her original accountancy training) …with more to come!
These leaders will share their powerful, real and raw wisdom that will:
- Invite you to explore your beliefs and uncover what is holding you back from being visible, finding your voice and sharing your truth online, on social media and in life.
- Gain the skills to reclaim your confidence and unleash your full potential.
- Refine leadership qualities empower you to thrive as a powerful woman.
- Explore and uncover your feminine abundance and receive a powerful healing to unblock what is getting in the way of truly living an abundant life.
- Explore the challenges that we, as women, face in Australia and how you can take advantage of the huge opportunities facing us in these times.
You will leave:
- Inspired and informed to harness the power and necessity for diversity and celebration of all women. If you are not taking a stand for women’s issues including ALL women of diversity then your business will be left behind.
- With clear action plans, strategies, new personal and business insights.
Bring a big journal, pen and your laptop as you will be taking lots of notes.
Meet and connect with like minded women on the same journey as you. Connect in a way that feels real, safe and truthful. This is NOT a typical networking event. It is an event with heart opening conversations and friendships forged through listening and sharing. You never know, you might just meet your new BFF.
Tea and coffee will be provided. Bring your own lunch or stroll across the road, with the women from the event, to the restaurants located at Southbank.
The founders of Australian Women's Day have combined their expertise to create this for the women who are to rise up and LEAD.
Nicole Rowan is a serial entrepreneur and the creator of two multi-million dollar businesses. She has always had an eye for the bigger vision. Now her greatest vision is coming to life in the creation of Australian Women’s Day. She desires to bring women home to the Village from a place of service and love, as she knows in her heart that when one woman rises, we all rise.
Sarah Fiess believes that through research and data we can create massive social change for a more sustainable way of being on this earth. Completing her Doctorate, Sarah grounds herself in researching women’s roles in digital influence and social transformation.
|9:00 AM||Welcome to country/smoking ceremony|
|9:30 AM||MCs welcome and introduction||Sarah + Nic|
|10:00 AM||Masterclass 1||Angel Phoenix Arsenal|
|10:45 AM||Inspired action||Sarah + Nic|
|11:00 AM||Masterclass 2||Erika Cramer|
|11:45 AM||Inspired action||Sarah + Nic|
|1:00 PM||Session commences|
|1:15 PM||Poetry performance||Fleassy Malay|
|1:45 PM||Panel session and Q&A||Saara Sabbagh and Sally Goldner|
|2:45 PM||Afternoon tea/coffee|
|3:00 PM||Masterclass 3||Beata Alfoldi|
|3:45 PM||Inspired action||Sarah + Nic|
|4:30 PM||Wrapping up summary discussion||All speakers|
|5:00 PM||Event close|
What time is registration?
Registrations open from 8.00am, and the day starts with a Welcome to Country and a smoking ceremony at 9:00am. Make sure you arrive early to secure a great seat and your morning hit of caffeine.
What is AWD’s definition of “Women”?
We are holding the vision of a world where we are all included, respected and honoured. That includes ALL women, womxn and those identifying as women (including our non binary sisters).
Women aged from 16 and above are welcome at the event.
Are children and babies welcome at the event?
Babes in arms (0 - 6 months) are welcome. In 2018 one of our co-founders bought her 6 week old baby! One Roof has quieter meeting rooms available for breastfeeding. As this event will be focused on intense conversation, discussion and action-taking older children are not able to attend to the event.
Are men welcome at the event?
You betcha! We love it when our men attend to be inspired, learn and support the women of our country.
What should I bring to the event?
Lunch is not provided. See above. Take Pen & notepad, laptop and business cards
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No need to print out. Let's save our trees! Just show us your ticket on your phone.
Where can I Park my car?
One Roof is situated at Southbank so there are heaps of car parks both metered and underground surrounding the venue.
Is public transport available?
Roof is an easy 7 minute walk from Flinders St station and there is ample parking available at Southbank.
What is the refund/cancellation policy?
Tickets are non-refundable, however, name changes are permitted. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to organise alterations to the ticket holders name.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
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