Licia Heath

Licia Heath, WFEA Director shares her experience of what happens when you decide to run for a seat in Parliament.

Here is Licia’s thank you to all those who helped in her campaign. A big congratulations from us all on putting together a campaign, in record fast time, that did influence the issues discussed in the campaign and accurately highlighted what many of the voters in Wentworth really care about.

Licia will be sharing her knowledge and experience with WFEA supporters over the coming months as we hope it will help other women to stand in the coming NSW State Election [March 2019] or the next Federal Election.

Thank you to everyone who attended our networking event Women Back in the House on 17th October 2018 at NSW Parliament House.

It was a great success and lots of constructive and interesting discussions were enjoyed by those who attended. Representatives from all the major parties were present plus some independents and local councillors all your support is much appreciated.

Special thanks to Ms Cate Faehrmann; Greens Member of the NSW Legislative Council, The Hon. Sarah Mitchell MLC; Minister for Early Childhood Education, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Assistant Minister for Education and The Hon. Bronnie Taylor; Parliamentary Secretary to the Deputy Premier and Southern NSW who co-hosted the event with our Founder and Chair, Jenny Morris.

To see some photos of the evening click here.

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Events – Women in the House

Thank you to everyone who attended and supported our 2nd Annual Conference, Women in the House event on Friday at NSW Parliament House.

It was a great day informative, inspiring, and entertaining.

Plus we trended no 1 on Twitter for most of the day, amazing. #womeninthehouse

See some photos of the day here.

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