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THE year 2012 has been a busy one for
Women In Chamber and it's not over yet.
The annual Gala Dinner in June is the
premier event for business women in the
Albury-Wodonga region and featured
former champion skier and successful
businesswoman Alisa Camplin OAM as
guest speaker to 200 guests.
Ms Camplin shared how her sports
success and the process involved in
achieving such a high level of success
directly related to her business experience
The positive feedback received from
guests was overwhelming and Women
In Chamber is proud to have delivered
another successful event for local
business women and men.
Chair of Women In chamber, Anne
McNaught, said: "Alisa kept a business
focus in her speech and related extremely
well to the audience and was inspiring."
Also in attendance at the Gala Dinner
were the recipients of the 2012 Women
In Chamber Development Program,
Renae Case and Jamuna Bhattarai.
The Women In Chamber Development
Program aims to extend the support
provided to local business women and
reach further into the community to
support female students and help to
build skills, establish careers and develop
the future business women of this region.
The 2012 recipients have each received
$1000 financial assistance towards the
cost of furthering their education or
career in the Albury-Wodonga region.
In addition, Women In Chamber has
provided mentoring support through its
network in regard to Jamuna's studies and
connected Renae to influential people in
her chosen career industry.
The nomination process for the 2013
Women In Chamber Development
program has commenced, with six being
received and the chamber is looking
forward to providing support to two
more worthy recipients.
The next major event on the Women
In Chamber calendar is the main
networking function at Albury Racing
Club Oaks Day, register online at www.
Women In Chamber hosts a marquee
for about 120 women, with a focus on
making new connections in a social and
informal atmosphere. The relaxed format
of the Oaks Networking Day capitalises
on the way women tend to communicate
with one another and build relationships.
The principles of Women In Chamber
are to provide a forum for local business
women to come together to discuss
business issues in a fun and relaxed
atmosphere and to encourage women to
actively participate in the local Chambers
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Jamuna provided the following testimonial for
the Women In Chamber Development program:-
I would like to thank Women In Chamber
Development Program for your generous
contribution. I am extremely honoured to be
selected as this year's recipient of the program.
With your support, I had received $1000, which
helped me to continue my education at the
Charles Sturt University in nursing. With the
Development Program financial support, I have
purchased textbooks. This has been extremely
valuable for me, helping to reduce the financial
burdens of purchasing books.
The best thing is this program encourages me to
reach my goal and I plan to stay locally with your
Through your program I got the opportunity to
attend the Gala Dinner. I enjoyed listening to the
amazing inspirational stories and advice from
the people that I met that night. Thank you once
again for this wonderful opportunity.
I honestly support this program as it is really
worthy. This program not only supports my
financial burden but it also provides extra
support, finding a "teacher" to help with my
assignments and to improve my English. I
deeply thank you for your further assistance
in achieving my education and career goals
and encouragement, increasing my chances of
I hope to become a character that makes your
program proud, symbolising all of the values
your program stands for and by which it has
created its highly regarded reputation.
With sincere thanks,
Alisa Camplin spoke on 'how to succeed in
business, life and sport' at the Women in Chambers
gala dinner in June. Picture by Peter Charlesworth.
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