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BPW SA is committed to equal opportunities in work, business, leadership and society - non-partisan, non-denominational and part of the national BPW Australia group and the world wide international organisation in more than one hundred countries worldwide, BPW International.
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Gillian is the national representative for South Australia on the the BPW Australia Board. Gillian Lewis is passionate advocate for gender equality.
Contact Gillian for all enquiries regarding BPW in South Australia.
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BPW Adelaide advocates for women and develops leadership through building women's competence, capacity and confidence in their personal and professional arenas. Members work to take action for women's equality at work, on boards and in the economy.
BPW Adelaide holds events open to non-members, with expert speakers on topics relevant to modern working women. We focus on the personal and professional development of our members and on advocating for changes that improve opportunities for women to engage in work and in business and to take up leadership roles.
We are a diverse group of passionate women, working towards improving the working lives we and future generations will experience in Australia and globally.
Professional interests and expertise across our membership include areas as diverse as ethics and governance, health policy and practice, small business in a range of industries and service sectors, representative government, finance and accounting, local government services and community services.
Women’s issues of interest include pay equity, access to affordable and appropriate child care, discrimination in the work place, financial security over a woman’s life-cycle and domestic/family violence.
BPW was established in South Australia in 1952 and is still going strong.
Our members are drawn from a range of backgrounds including business, professions, trades, government and non-profits.
Many members have leadership experience within BPW and on public and community boards.
This presentation documents the history and achievements of BPW Adelaide and profiles current members. It was prepared for display at the club's 65th anniversary, celebrated at SA's Parliament House in November 2017.
BPW Adelaide has also produced a history booklet to mark our 65 years.
Meeting Date and Place
1st Wednesday of every month
Business meeting: 5.30pm to 6.30pm
Dinner and networking:
Although there is currently only one club in South Australia in Adelaide, BPW Australia is keen to expand BPW across the territory with clubs in other towns.
Contact Gillian Lewis the BPW SA Representative to find out about the support and resources available to start a new club in your local community.