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2024 International Women’s Day Luncheon
March 7 @ 12:00 - 15:00$130.00 – $160.00
Join us for this year’s IWD Luncheon at The Ville! This year, our Members will have access to an early bird ticket release from 12:01am on Friday, 9th Feb (you must be logged in). Tickets will be on sale to the general public from 8am Monday, 12th Feb.
More About the Event
Celebrate International Women’s Day with us at our annual TBWC luncheon! The theme is #InspireInclusion, focusing on a more inclusive world for women.
Join us as we honour the achievements of women and empower future leaders.
Our keynote speaker, Prof Ngiare Brown, promises to inspire and enlighten. Don’t miss this opportunity to network, celebrate, and contribute to a meaningful cause. Ticket prices include: A glass of sparkling on arrival 2 course alternate drop meap 3 hour softdrinks package, with a cash bar on site Plus plenty of raffle prizes up for grabs, with all funds going straight into our Marsh Education Bursary. Secure your tickets now for an unforgettable event! Please note all dietary restrictions and seating preferences must be entered upon checkout. Seating requests are permitted, but cannot be guaranteed. Tickets are non-refundable.
Tickets costs are:
- $130 for members
- $160 for non-members
- $1300 for a table of 10
- a glass of sparkling on arrival
- a 2 course alternate drop menu (don’t forget to add dietaries on check out)
- a 3 hour softdrinks package (with a cash bar on site)
- a chance to win the lucky door prize
- Plus plenty of raffle prizes up for grabs, with all funds going straight into our Marsh Education Bursary
Secure your tickets now for an unforgettable event!
Please note all dietary restrictions and seating preferences must be entered upon checkout. Seating requests are permitted, but cannot be guaranteed. .
Once your purchase has been completed your ticket is non-refundable. Please read ticket terms & conditions here.
- Supporting our Marsh Education Bursary
Prof Ngiare Brown
Chancellor of James Cook University
Professor Ngiare Brown
Chancellor, James Cook University
BMed, MPHTM, FRACGP
Professor Ngiare Brown is a senior Aboriginal medical practitioner and the first female and first Indigenous Chancellor of James Cook University. She is a proud Yuin nation woman from the south coast of NSW, with a passion for Aboriginal and Indigenous health, child safety, and adolescent development. She has made extensive contributions to research process, bioethics, policy, translation, and practice within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and worked over the past two decades to develop an extensive international network in Indigenous health and research.
Professor Brown was one of the first Aboriginal medical graduates in Australia, completing her medical degree at the University of Newcastle in 1991, and later obtaining a Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine from JCU in 2000, named an Outstanding Alumna in 2012. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Professor Brown has held a variety of positions in education, mentoring, clinical practice, research, and advocacy. She is a founding member and foundation Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Indigenous Doctors Association, a founding member of the Pacific Region Indigenous Doctors’ Congress, and Associate Professor and Foundation Director of the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health at the University of Sydney. She is the Founding Director of Ngaoara, a not-for-profit committed to child and adolescent wellbeing, and a Commissioner with the National Mental Health Commission.
Tracey Osmond (MC)
Director of The Voice Singing School + Lead Singer of Abbey Road,
Master of Ceremonies
Tracey is a very familiar face in the Townsville community, as the director of The Voice Singing School and lead singer of popular corporate band Abbey Road.
Tracey has coupled her 38 year singing career with her pedagogical studies both in Australia and overseas, to create a school offering an amazing environment for producing confident, well equipped singers who are able to realise their potential both on and off the stage.
Tracey is moving into her 26th year of teaching and now has 7 teachers who work alongside her. She and she provides constant training to her teachers to ensure the school’s 200 students receive healthy and efficient vocal technique. Tracey is a graduate of Griffith’s Conservatorium of Music and holds a Masters in Music Studies (vocal pedagogy). She has a passion for people and a love for teaching and considers it an incredible privilege to help someone find their true voice.