Registrations are closed


Organiser

Tough Mums

Date:

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Location:

The Beresford Hotel, 354 Bourke Street, Surry Hills


Registration closes on:

Sunday, 19 October 2014 at 11:59 PM - (GMT+10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

We’re presented with opportunities throughout our lives. Some we choose to take, others we allow to pass us by and some that call us and there is no choice but to take that road.. There are some people in this world that it seems to come more naturally for, they are driven for their cause, they choose their path and they charge ahead.

What if you could gain some insight into how they do what they do? What drives them forward, what have their key turning points been or things they have learnt that could help you on your own journey.

Where could that lead you?

Join me on October 21st to learn from people who have embraced the breaks – big and small – and have ultimately become leaders in the fields of business, fitness and philanthropy.  

Be inspired, meet new people and support The Hunger Project, a unique charity that works throughout Africa, India and Bangladesh to empower people to lead lives of self-reliance, meet their own basic needs and build better futures for their children.

Speakers

Fitness: Commando Steve

Qualified fitness coach and former Team Commander with the Australian Special Forces. The skills he acquired in the army translated well to this new career, and he made it his goal to help others transform their lives through training. Steve gets an incredible amount of personal satisfaction seeing his clients transform physically and mentally as they work their way through the training process. And,as always, he leads by example, training and competing in CrossFit competitions around the world.

Business: Glen Carlson

Glen Carlson is a successful entrepreneur, speaker and co-founder of Entrevo, an international training company operating in the UK, USA and Australia.  Best known as the director of the popular 40 week ‘Key Person of Influence’ Business Growth Accelerator Program, Glen and his team specialise in helping fellow entrepreneurs and business leaders become more valuable, visible and connected in their industries.  

He is a guest lecturer RMIT’s School of Management and his speaking topics revolve around his belief that there has never been a better time to use technology to build a global business and brand around the things you love.  His own business is a testament to that belief.

Philanthropy: Jacinta McDonnel

Co Founder of Anytime Fitness Jacinta holds fantastic synergy as a speaker at this event. Having been part of the same program as I am partaking in between The Hunger Project and Business Chicks she committed to and raised over $100k for The Hunger Project.

Since its launch into the Australian market in 2008 Anytime Fitness has grown to over 370 outlets. Jacinta has had many roles and sits on the board of Anytime Fitness Australia which oversees the direction of the Anytime Group. Jacinta has a anything is possible attitude, believes in self reliance, continued learning and is passionate about business and the opportunities that business allows. Jacinta is never short of a new ideas and spends her time outside of work with her three children, Thandie, Arie and Sol. 

The Hunger Project


We believe that hunger can end, and that ours is the generation that can end it once and for all. We believe people who live in hunger are not the problem – they are the solution. We don’t see a billion mouths to feed, we see a billion

human beings who are enterprising and resilient. The work, therefore, is to unlock their capacity, creativity and leadership so they can end their own hunger. That’s what we do.

For us in Australia, we think there is more to life than just consuming. We are all connected, and honouring that connection through partnership makes life richer. 

The Hunger Project has a 35-year track record of standing in partnership with people living in abject poverty as they work to end their own chronic hunger. We work in Africa, India and Bangladesh, reaching twenty four million people in nearly 20,000 villages in the most rural places imaginable.

Where: The Beresford, Surry Hills
When: Tuesday 21st October, 7.30-10.30pm
How much: $75 per ticket, groups of 10 may be purchased in one transaction
Dress: Cocktail
Includes: Drink on arrival, canapés, our awesome speakers and company!
What else: We will be holding a silent auction on the night so come ready to bid!

If you would like to make a donation to our silent auction please contact jen@jendugard.com - we would love to hear from you.

A big THANK YOU goes out to all of our sponsors and contributors so far