Generation Women - February 22nd


7:00 pmWednesday, 22 February



7-11 Dawson St, Brunswick

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Revel in great storytelling, unexpected voices and shared wisdom spanning the ages.

Team 20s: Indah Johannes fits into multiple categories but the one thing that doesn’t define her is being autistic. Indah works as a Health Promotion Worker and has a passion for social justice and music. She hopes to spend her life empowering others.

Team 30s: Armita Abdollahyan works with refugee and migrant women helping them in their settlement journey in Australia. Armita herself came to Australia from Iran seven years ago. Armita is recently involved in the Australian Women- Life-Freedom campaign supporting the current revolution in Iran.

Team 40s: Nicole Gurd is a mother, a lover, a student, a friend, and a work in progress. Nicole facilitates mindful movement workshops and develops programs for public high schools. She feels all the feels, all the time - and loves to write about it!

Team 50s:Jo Devlin was born in England to an Irish father and English mother in a very working-class area. She's had 3 lives; hairdresser; psychiatric nurse and social worker. Her passions are attachment theory, family violence, and dogs.  Jo is currently a nationalfamily violence specialist for The Salvation Army, after leaving the role of director at Safe Steps. Jo is a staunchfeminist for many years, also known for bar fights and heavy drinking.  

Team 60s: Karyn Siegmann is a librarian who spent most of her career managing public libraries. After being made unexpectedly redundant three years ago she continues to consult to public libraries and is a qualified celebrant.

Team 70s: Sylvie Leber has worked in education, science, community, media, the performing and visual arts, most notably in the music industry. She's a human rights activist involved in setting up Victoria's first rape crisis centre, the Women's Theatre Group and RRR's Give Men-a-Pause show. Her song 'Intoxicated' is on the Brazen Hussies doco soundtrack.

Times: Doors at 6.30pm, Show starts at 7pm
Pricing: Member $15+bf | Non-member $25+bf (Become a member here)

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