Women with Altitude a social enterprise that supports and inspire professional women, (WWA) will launch an evening chapter of their network in the Lithgow Region on Tuesday 21st April, at The Annexe in Portland from 5.30pm-7.30pm
Connecting women each month, the new chapter will provide an excellent opportunity for small business owners, startups, and professionals in the area to be inspired, establish support and create an environment for collaboration and connection.
Speaking at the launch event will be founder and mentor of women in business and leadership, Andrea Turner-Boys, to share how we want to amplify the stories and businesses of women in the region.
Twelve vibrant WWA networks already exist in Central West, Western Plains, Blue Mountains and Nepean Districts, connecting and supporting hundreds of professional women. The chapters are lead by members of the community and local entrepreneur Kellie Evans will lead this chapter,
Our events & workshops encourage women to promote their businesses, share their vision as well as their challenges. We work to build alliances and partnerships, within an inspiring, supportive, inclusive forum for women.
A passionate advocate for women, Andrea is committed to supporting women to reach their full potential in their careers and business, and to develop flourishing talent.
“Our philosophy is simple. Women can achieve so more by supporting one another and building each other up, making real connections and helping one another. We want to empower and help women do more of that in the Inner West region explains Andrea.