About our Club
Business and Professional Women (BPW) Darwin is a vibrant organisation and is currently the only active club in the Northern Territory.
BPW Darwin prides itself on delivering activities that focus on promoting the importance of women in leadership. Our events showcase powerful and inspirational speakers who present on a wide range of topics designed to build our members' knowledge, skills and capabilities. Our aim is to empower and enhance the inherent strength of Territory women by giving them the opportunity to build and develop key professional and personal skills, and networks.
BPW Darwin events are generally held monthly. The venue, speakers and topics change each month so join our mailing list to keep abreast of what is coming up!
Twitter - @BPWDarwin
Meeting Date and Place
The Darwin club meets once a month. Activities include a wide range of interesting networking events, seminars and workshops, designed to increase women’s knowledge and skills in a range of areas.
We welcome you
If you are interested in finding out more about BPW in your local area, you are invited to join us at one of our meetings. Please check the events sections above to find out what's on this month. You can book online to attend. You will find out more about us, meet some of our wonderful members and enjoy a topical guest speaker.
From the Club President
We have an exciting line-up planned for the remainder of the year, including our highly anticipated 2016 Ladies Ambrose Golf Day supporting NT Working Women's Centre; a professional development workshop, Our annual Equal Pay Day event in September, insightful Economic Outlook with NAB in October; and a must-attend end of year gathering in December .
BPW Darwin is professionally run by a great group of women, who volunteer their time and energy to this wonderful Club. I encourage you to support the Club that supports you, and join our fantastic network of women.
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 dinner with a speaker, workshops to enhance our skills and social events where lifelong friendships are made.
Club Committee Members
We choose the local, national and international projects that our club members will support our club members have chosen to focus currently on these:
Leading the Way, a women in leadership breakfast 20 August 2014
Almost 170 women and men joined us in the Grand Ballroom at SKYCITY Darwin for a women in leadership breakfast on Wednesday 20 August 2014. Guests were treated to an entertaining, light-hearted and honest panel discussion around the topic of women, leadership and overcoming challenges. We thank the Lord Mayor of Darwin, Katrina Fong Lim, Lia Finocchiaro MLA, Penny Egan FCPA and Tracey Hayes for their time and candidly sharing their experiences with us.
Thank you to CPA Australia for allowing us to partner with them for this fantastic event. A huge thanks must also go to major sponsor NAB, who showed invaluable support. Finally, a big thank you to everyone that attended, we hope you enjoyed yourself. To share one of Penny's favourite quotes - "If you aim at nothing you'll hit it every time".
BPW Darwin 2014 Ladies Ambrose Charity Golf Day
30 May 2014, Gardens Park Golf Links
Around 50 of Darwin’s business women converged on Gardens Park Golf Links for an afternoon of networking, laughs and a little bit of golf, all for a good cause!
BPW Darwin were proud to support Lifeline Top End, who provide much needed crisis support and suicide prevention services to Territorians. With the fantastic support of local businesses, our members and guests BPW Darwin were able to raise $1,500 for the cause. Raffle prizes were absolutely awesome this year and included a Nespresso coffee machine donated by our annual sponsor, Hays, and a stunning necklace donated by DiCROCO.
A huge thank you must go to our 2014 golf day major sponsors NT Automotive Group and CSG, our annual sponsor Hays, and hole sponsor ME Bank. The golf day would not be possible without the support of these businesses.