CALLING ALL CENTRAL COAST WOMEN CHANGEMAKERS, GIRL BOSSES, CREATIVES AND WOMEN WHO WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
IT’S no secret that the Central Coast is full of passionate, driven women. Circle Movement, a home grown not-for-profit are planning to celebrate and empower these women at their annual She The Change Rally, coming up in September.
Mumprenuers Kristy Fox, Adelle Laing and Rachel Mills are the founders of Circle Movement, a community that connects, mobilises and be equips women to make a difference in the world.
Figure 1 Circle Movement Founders Rachel Mills, Adelle Laing and Kristy Fox
Founded almost six years ago, Circle Movement began when the busy mothers of toddlers decided to combine their skills set to make a difference.
She The Change, now in its second year, came about because;
“There's real sense that Central Coast women change makers, entrepreneurs and creatives are seeking connection, motivation and inspiration” Kristy Fox, 37, said.
“We are hoping to ignite a conversation around women making a difference.”
“We truly hope that women will connect with their purpose and value the role they have to play in making the world a better place.”
So far, over 120 women have purchased their tickets to the event that is being held at Avoca Beach Picture Theatre.
Headlining the event is Jules Sebastian is a Sydney-based television presenter, stylist and professionally trained make-up artist.
Jules, is no stranger to making a difference, in 2013, Jules and her husband, singer Guy Sebastian, established The Sebastian Foundation. The organisation sees the couple work with their team to create lasting change in the lives of the less fortunate.
Sydney siege survivor, Louisa Hope, will also be sharing her inspiring story. In 2014, Louisa survived after being held hostage in Martin Place for over 16 hours and sustaining a gunshot wound to the foot.
This inspiring woman has since moved forward with courage and forgiveness, turning tragedy into triumph by setting up the Louisa Hope Fund for Nurses and raising in excess of $150,000!
The Circle Movement team are extending an invitation to all Central Coast women to join them at She The Change, which is shaping up to sell out quickly.
Tickets have already been snavelled up by women from Victoria, Queensland and South Australia.
“We believe that all women have the power to create positive changes in the world.” Rachel Mills, 33, said.
“This event is a great opportunity for Coast Women and we don’t want them to miss out.”
SHE THE CHANGE
When: Saturday, September 2, 12:00 -10:00 pm
Where: Avoca Beach Picture Theatre
Buy tickets: www.circlemovement.com.au