Three inspirational local woman to kickstart 2018 at Illawarra Women in Business this Friday

Home grown talent: Natalie Viselli, Jessica Saad-De Angelis and Melissa Abu-Gazaleh together earlier in the careers.
Home grown talent: Natalie Viselli, Jessica Saad-De Angelis and Melissa Abu-Gazaleh together earlier in the careers.

The first Illawarra Women In Business (IWIB) networking lunch of the year this Friday features three inspirational woman who started great careers from Wollongong.

IWIB director Glenda Papac invited Natalie Viselli, Melissa Abu-Gazaleh and Jessica Saad-De Angelis to from a panel at Sage Hotel in Wollongong and inspire everyone with their stories of success, how they got started and what helped them most.

They will talk about motivation, what they learned along the way and how being in Wollongong provided them opportunities to take on some impressive roles and achieve so much so early in their respective careers.

Mrs Papac said the first lunch of the year was being supported by community minded business leader Graham Lancaster, of Lancaster Law & Mediation.

“This impressive panel of three businesswomen will not only and motivate people but recharge them for the new year 2018,” she said.

The second IWIB event for the year will be a coffee club gathering at m2 Kitchen in Keira St, Wollongong on February 23 from 10am to 11am.

IWIB Coffee Club is an informal networking activity in a relaxed environment with no formalities. All it costs is the price of a coffee.

Details will be released soon about the 2018 IWIB Business Women’s Awards.

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