Young women grow

Program graduates: from left, Enabling Young Women program graduates Georgia Abson, Women with Disabilities facilitator Bethany Minster, Jessica Hill, Jessica Allamby, Neelam Beaumont, Molley Smith, Brelle Vanloo, Lauren Potter and front, Kindalin Hallet and Women with Disabilities facilitator Jessica De Mercurio at their graduation from the program on Monday, December 18.


THE young women who completed the Enabling Young Women Leadership program were acknowledged and celebrated at a special graduation in Leongatha Memorial Hall on Monday, December 18.

The program involved eight young women who came together over the last six weeks to build their knowledge, connections and skills around advocacy and leadership.

The program was made possible by the partnership between Women with Disabilities Victoria and South Gippsland Shire Council.

Council mayor Cr Lorraine Brunt said she acknowledged the value that diversity and inclusion brings to the community.

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