Recognising 17 women of spirit in our community
17 inspiring Canberra women have been named finalists in Lifeline Canberra’s 2019 Women of Spirit Awards.
“We started the Women of Spirit Awards in 2007 to shine a light on the amazing and inspirational women in our community and recognise their contributions,” Carrie Leeson CEO Lifeline Canberra said.
“Once again, we thank the Canberra community for helping us uncover 17 extraordinary women, who are giving back to our community in great ways.”
“Our annual Women of Spirit Awards recognise women who have faced adversity and have found within them the strength, not just to persevere, but to give others a helping hand.“
“I am pleased to announce the 2019 finalists, each who have warmed our hearts and deserve recognition for their amazing, and often tireless, work.”
The finalists for the Rising Women of Spirit Awards are
- Bonnie Carter
- Melanie Greenhalgh
- Mina Khoshnevisan
- Chynna Marston
- Ruth Muggleton
- Leigh Nelson
- Bianca Russell
- Camille Schloeffel
- Hannah Wakefield
The finalists for the Women of Spirit Awards are
- Joan Andersson
- Jenni Atkinson
- Mandy Curtis
- Michelle Fischetti
- Margaret McCulloch
- Roslyn Moores
- Gemma Paterson
- Katie Tonacia
On Wednesday, 4 September, Lifeline Canberra will host the Women of Spirit Awards luncheon at the National Gallery of Australia to tell the stories of these wonderful women of spirit in our community.
Lifeline Canberra invites the Canberra community to attend this luncheon and be part of a heart-warming and uplifting community event. And to hear from our keynote speaker The Hon. Julie Bishop.
Icon Water, Canberra Outlet Centre and Club Lime are proud to sponsor the Awards.
For further information and to purchase luncheon tickets, please click here