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International Womens Day 2018 Breakfast hosted by Zonta Club of Peel
 8 Mar, 2018 - 8 Mar, 2018
 Thu 6:30am - Thu 9:00am
 115 Breakwater Parade
  MANDURAH, Western A

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After graduating with high distinction in criminal justice
administration and working for the Department of Justice
Victoria, Sonja Cox relocated to WA’s Department of
Corrective Services in 1996. During her 18 year career with
Corrections, Sonja had roles in community corrections, adult
custodial and victim services. Today Sonja holds the
position of Assistant Director Strategy and Planning with
Western Australia Police and is responsible for developing
and implementing the agencies vision and strategic direction
to ensure a safer community for all West Australians.
From a personal perspective, Sonja’s greatest achievements
are her three sons. “They bring inspiration, hope, love and
an enormous amount of happiness and grounding to my life.
They keep me ‘real’ and, of course, busy! I love having the
opportunity to see and hear about the world through their
eyes and thoughts.” From a work perspective, Sonja’s
proudest achievements were the securing of $6 million from
Government for GPS tracking for dangerous sex offenders,
the development of a robust suite of performance indicators
for community and youth justice and working in remote WA
for three years where she experienced Aboriginal culture
and communities. As a result of her outstanding contribution
to the public sector, Sonja won the Community and
Government sector category of the Telstra Business
Women’s Award as well as the overall 2013 Telstra WA
Business Woman of the Year. Sonja is currently studying an
Executive Masters in Public Administration. She is a fellow
of Leadership WA and gives back to the community through
mentoring and inspiring rising leaders across sectors.

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 Zonta Club of Peel Region Incorganiser

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 Zonta Club of Peel Zonta is a not-for-profit organisation that supports to advance the status of women through service and advocacy. Members are highly diverse with a commitment to make a difference through local and international communities. The three districts in Australia include: District 22, District 23 and District 24.    Want to get Involved? Zonta Club of Peel members work to improve the legal, political, economic, educational, health and professional status of women. Each Zonta Club organise different projects and initiatives relevant to Zonta's objectives. Opportunities to engage with your community may include fundraisers, events and presentations. Connect with others passionate about making a difference and the join the movement to support women. Membership is by invitation only. We encourage you to contact us for details on how to become involved.    

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