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Maroondah City Council International Women's Day breakfast

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View photos from our 2022 International Women's Day Breakfast on Wednesday 9 March with guest speaker Lauren Oliver, CEO of Mum's Who Wine.
Lauren Oliver headshot.jpg Lauren Oliver - CEO of Mums Who Wine

About International Women's Day

IWD provides an important moment to showcase commitment to women's equality, launch new initiatives and action, celebrate women's achievements, raise awareness, highlight gender parity gains and more.

The day is celebrated and supported globally by industry, governments, educational institutions, community groups, professional associations, women's networks, charities and non-profit bodies, the media and more.

Guest speaker

This year’s guest speaker is Lauren Oliver, the Founder and CEO of Mums Who Wine, a national organisation focused on encouraging and creating a space for mums to invest in their mental health and self care.

Prior to launching Mums Who Wine in 2017, Lauren practised for 10 years as an Insurance Litigation Lawyer, specialising in Psychiatric Injury Workcover claims. Lauren created Mums Who Wine following a genuine personal need to find mum friends and community whilst juggling a busy corporate career and “mum life”.

Since launching in 2017 Mums Who Wine has hosted over 200 events across the country, raised over $40,000 for PANDA (Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia) and built and connected a powerful community of mums globally. 

Find out more about Lauren Oliver:

Event details

Bookings now closed.

Numbers are strictly limited due to COVID-19 indoor capacity restrictions. 8 people will be seated per table to ensure safe social distancing

Event photos

View photos from the 2022 International Women's Day breakfast

Further information 

For further information on the event phone Council’s Communications and Engagement team 1300 88 22 33.

In 2021 we had two local speakers for our International Women's Day Breakfast. Mandy Hose and Kate Jones from the ‘Too Peas In A Podcast’' . They spoke about how they created a podcast to reach out and support people parenting children with disabilities and additional needs, and how along the way they discovered a connection with an audience of supportive, strong and determined women.

This event is now complete, but view a video from the day below.


Date and Time

  • Wednesday, 09 March 2022 - 7.15AM to 9.00AM
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