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Odyssey Business Womens Lunch 2024

Odyssey Business Womens Lunch 2024

 10 May, 2024 - 10 May, 2024
 Fri 12:00pm - Fri 3:00pm
 320-330 George Street, Sydney CBD
  sydney, NSW
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Odyssey invites you to an extraordinary event bringing together accomplished women from various fields to share their personal journey of leadership, growth and resilience.

Our esteemed panel includes: 
- Prof. Hon. Verity Firth AM, former NSW Minister for Women and now inaugural Vice-President Societal Impace, Equity and Engagement at UNSW
- Christine Nixon AO.APM, former Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police
Nas Campanella, ABC National Disability Affairs reporter, producer and radio presenter.

Our event MC is Natalie Barr, co-host of the breakfast TV show, Sunrise, on the Seven Network, with Jennifer Hewett, national affairs columnist for The Australian Financial Review, moderating the panel.

Your participation becomes a catalyst for change, with money donated supporting Odyssey to empower parents to thrive while breaking the cycle of generational substance use. 

Book a table or gather a few friends together for an inspiring afternoon of discussion and connection. Men are welcome too! Book your place here: Odyssey's Business Women's Lunch (

View our 2023 event highlights reel below!

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Date: Friday 10 May 2024
Venue: ivy Ballroom, Sydney
Time: 11.45am arrival for 12pm start
Includes: Three course lunch and beverages, panel discussion, business card draw & networking opportunities.
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Odyssey House NSW is a leading provider of alcohol and drug recovery services in NSW and provides treatment, support and education for people seeking to address the harms of alcohol and drug use. For over four decades, we have been changing lives for the better delivering health and wellbeing support to individuals facing complex challenges and offering a lifeline to families impacted by the effects of alcohol and drugs. Each year we support more than 3,800 people to reconnect their lives and build stronger futures. Our Reconnecting Families suite of services supports 200 parents with life-changing skills, making a profound impact on the lives of their children. In Australia, over half a million children under the age of 14 live with parents who used illicit drugs. More than 60,000 children have a parent who is attending drug treatment. As more and more families reach out for help, we need to ensure they have the opportunity to turn their lives around with the right support, at the right time, in a safe environment.

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