FairVine Super Event
How to build resilience in work, life & play.
Join us on the morning of R U OK Day for an unmissable breakfast with Georgie Dent (author) and Rachel Hamlen (FairVine).
Georgie’s brave and honest account of her battles with anxiety will leave you laughing, crying and hugging your fellow attendees while enjoying a delicious breakfast platter and hot and cold refreshments.
You will also receive a free copy of Georgie’s book “Breaking Badly”, and will go into the running for the lucky door prize of a beautiful skincare package from Rohr Remedy.
Georgie Dent is a journalist, author, former lawyer and one of the leading voices for women in Australia. She is the contributing editor of Women's Agenda, a columnist in The Sun Herald & The Age on Sunday, contributes to Marie Claire, appears regularly on television and is a passionate advocate for gender equality and mental health.
In May 2019 her first book, a memoir titled Breaking Badly, was published and was reprinted on the same day due to ‘unprecedented’ demand. Annabel Crabb described her raw and honest account of falling apart as “funny, shocking & beautifully written”.
Head of Customer Experience, FairVine
Rachel has held senior operational and strategic roles in customer experience in an array of industries, including Finance, Aviation, and Not for Profit, from large corporates, startups and SME's. Previously the Manager of Cabin Crew at both Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand, and Manager of Guest Services for Virgin Australia at Sydney airport, Rachel has lead teams of up to 2000 through significant change, to deliver world class service, winning multiple awards and recognition for customer service leadership.
Rachel is a long time traveler on the road to financial freedom, who has similarly navigated life's ups and downs, and is passionate about supporting women to take control of their finances.
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About your host
FairVine Super is a super fund designed for Australian women. Australian owned and run.
Women told us they want access to spaces where they can share experiences and best advice about career development, self-care, resilience, health and wellness. We listened and are creating a community of women who share experience and learn from each other.
We designed FairVine Super from the ground up, with unique solutions to suit each women’s journey to financial freedom.
A contribution from each ticket sold will be donated to our partner charity “Share the Dignity”
Share the Dignity is about ensuring everyone is afforded the dignity so many of us take for granted. They are a women’s charity that makes a real, on-the-ground difference to homeless and disadvantaged women, and victims of domestic violence.
Share The Dignity collects thousands of pads, tampons and personal hygiene products every YEAR for women experiencing homelessness and poverty. Small dignities make a big difference.