SheSays is helping The Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne to raise funds the way it knows how. With an event to give women the power to be their best selves and help others to do the same.
The event is called Love of Self, and it will be helping guests look at self-love from a branding, cultural, and psychological perspective, exploring ways to bring a focus back to ourselves and start the new year refreshed.
The guest speakers include Code Like A Girl co-founder; Vanessa Doeke, director of women’s health at Royal Women’s Hospital; Professor Louise Newman, AM; and A-SPACE Meditation Studio co-owner, Manoj Dias.
The event follows this year’s appointment of three new directors for SheSays Melbourne, Ella Yarnton of Leo Burnett, Molly Hyndman of Alt/Shift and Kate Prowse of Taboo.
Ella Yarnton commented, “We’re giving women the space and time to reflect on the year as well as provide them the opportunity to build relationships with other women, who all experience the same career obstacles no matter their profession. At the same time, we’re raising funds for a hospital that specialises in caring for over 200,000 Australian women every year.
“We want our guests to develop a deeper understanding of how self-love and strong boundaries for yourself can impact you, your personal brand, and ultimately, the trajectory of a satisfying career.”
The breakfast event will be held in Melbourne at Greenfields Albert Park on Tuesday December 12 at 7.30am.
All proceeds from the breakfast event will go to The Royal Women’s Hospital.