Throughout the world on Sunday 8 March, communities will gather together to celebrate and commemorate the diverse and invaluable contribution of women in society. As the Sunday 8 March does not fall on a school day this year, Snowy Mountains Grammar School will be hosting our 2nd annual International Women’s Day breakfast on the morning of Monday 9 March.

The aim of our International Women’s Day breakfast is to foster connections between local community members and the young women in our region, expose our young ladies to the myriad career opportunities available, and inspire them to pursue a life of purpose and passion.

Female students in Years 7-12, and with staff members and mothers from SMGS are invited to attend. Inspiring and successful female role models from our school community and the wider community have been invited to share their life journey surrounded by a table of students, with guests rotating every twenty minutes. There will be additional tables set aside for female staff members and mothers who would like to join in celebrating this day with us.

Our keynote speaker this year is SMGS Alumna Lauren Tomasi. Lauren is a journalist with 9News Sydney. Lauren studied journalism at the University of New South Wales. Prior to joining Nine, Lauren worked as a Snow Reporter in the NSW ski fields.

Further details on our table speakers, ticket sales and timeline to follow shortly.

If you have any questions please contact one of the following SMGS IWD committee members:

Angela Dutch on angela.dutch@smgs.nsw.edu.au
Melissa Bell on melissa.bell@smgs.nsw.edu.au
Brooke Darlington on brooke.darlington@smgs.nsw.edu.au