In 2021, BPW Darwin has received a Women's Leadership and Development Grant to run a Women's Mentoring Program.
The six-month group, values-led program seeks to empower women, build confidence and leadership capacity, strengthen economic independence, support female labour force participation and ultimately reduce the gender gap in the economic status of women in the Northern Territory.
Once nominations have been received, 30 mentors and 30 mentees will be partnered into groups of six (3 mentors and 3 mentees). These groups are referred to as Mentoring Growth Groups.
or otherwise.It is expected that mentors and mentees will meet face to face on a monthly basis for a Roundtable session, with a touch point each fortnight, be it through zoom/teleconference meetings, text, phone or otherwise.
In addition, BPW Darwin will coordinate regular zoom meetings with mentors and mentees and provide professional development workshops through a partnership with Accrete.
Key Dates – 2022 Program Monday 11 May 2022: Nominations close
Early June Official launch event
Mid - late June: Initial Group workshops: (attend one of the sessions)
July: First session with your allocated group of six
August - October: Monthly group sessions and Accrete workshops
November: Final group workshop
End Nov/Early Dec Social function and program wrap up.
The BPW Darwin Club is the largest club in Australia with the most rapid growth in membership and diversity.
The Club focuses on delivering events, workshops, professional development opportunities along with special member meet and greet activities.
An annual, six-month group, values-led mentoring program is offered by the Club to Territory mentors and mentees to empower women, build confidence and leadership capacity, strengthen economic independence, support female labour force participation and ultimately reduce the gender gap in the economic status of women in the Northern Territory.
BPW Darwin prides itself on the diverse and powerful group of members that is growing year on year.
Our members range from women in leadership roles in Government , private sector and not for profits ,
business owners including Telstra Business Women Award Winners , young professionals and students
WE WELCOME YOU
If you are interested in finding out more about BPW in Darwin, please reach out to us via email or our
One of our committee would welcome meeting with you to discuss your interests.
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ABOUT OUR CLUB
In BPW, members matter most. We focus on issues and personal or professional development that is relevant to our own club. We enjoy different types of meetings, including powerful speakers, workshops to enhance our skills, social events where business connections are made and lifelong friendships forged.
Club Committee Members
President Casey Bruton
Vice- President (Membership) Hannah Johnston
Vice President (Events) Rebecca Forrest
Secretary Position Available
Treasurer Michelle Murphy
Public Officer Heather Veal
BPW Australia State Representative Position Available