OUR AMBASSADORS IN THE NEWS

So thrilled to see our latest Ambassador for good, psychologist and business coach Naomi Arnold making the news for her upcoming event. She has joined forces with Capricorn coast networking group Busi women to raise money and awareness for local charity Strengthening Family Connections. Guest … Continue reading

ONE WAY TO LAND A PLATFORM

Do you want to make your mark on the world?  To create a better place for future generations? Since founding Engaging Women I’ve fielded many questions on how you can find your own platform. This got me thinking. What if we gave you a … Continue reading

AMBASSADORS RAISE THOUSANDS FOR WHITE RIBBON

WHO? Engaging Women. A striking blue moon guided 180 generous folk to Melbourne’s Lido cinema last Friday night, for our White Ribbon charity night in. The energy was nothing short of phenomenal. Best Part? Engaging Women’s community raises money for charity… WIth less than seven days notice loyal … Continue reading

AMBASSADORS RAISE THOUSANDS FOR FAIR AGENDA

WHO: Engaging Women CAUSE: Fair Agenda MOVIE: Suffragette GUESTS: Brilliant women and men of Melbourne. The Dalai Lama is onto something when he says, “The world will be saved by women.” Who would have thought we’d get a strong turnout for an advanced screening of … Continue reading

AMBASSADORS RAISE FUNDS FOR LUKE BATTY FOUNDATION

WHO: Melissa Jeffcott – Ambassador for Good CAUSE: The Luke Batty Foundation Never Alone Campaign MOVIE: Mother’s Day – starring Jennifer Aniston and Julia Roberts GUESTS: Bayside Melbourne change-makers. Last Friday night another group of change-makers took time out from their busy lives … Continue reading

WHY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE NEEDS TO BE CALLED OUT BY US ALL

The ‘Family Violence forum’ held in Toorak last week – 30 hand-picked bloggers from around Australia heard from Australian of the Year Rosie Batty, Detective Superintendent Rod Jouning, Nappy Collective’s Sandra Jacobs and MC Giaan Rooney. Photos – supplied. “Let’s get feisty about … Continue reading

The social changemaker

Interview with Renee Carr

“Seeing 30,000 people turn out on the streets for the peace march after her murder and seeing the way that people were engaging around issues affecting women.” Renee Carr. We are living in a unique moment in Australia’s history. Family violence is … Continue reading