BIEDO to celebrate rural women
BURNETT Inland Economic Development Organisation is bringing its Women in Agriculture Day to Biggenden.
To celebrate the International Day of Rural Women, BIEDO will host another of its signature WAGs Day events in the North Burnett, at Biggenden Memorial Hall on October 15.
Julia Telford from Engage & Create Consulting was named as one of the 2018 Australian Financial Review 100 Women of Influence (Local and Regional).
Ms Telford is from Goondiwindi, where she established a consultancy business to help clients improve their business performance.
At the event she will give the region’s female farmers the tools to tackle tricky conversations and provide business knowledge.
Katie Zerner, a life coach, physiotherapist and owner of Central Balance Murgon, will also be a speaker.
Ms Zerner has partnered with RCS Australia to deliver a ‘Vision and Goals’ workshop in Biggenden.
Ms Zerner will advise on how to communicate a vision to others.
BIEDO acknowledged the support of the Burnett Catchment Care Association in backing Ms Zerner.
Finally, Monto’s Carly Baker-Burnham will lead a session titled Holistic Practice: Mind, Body & Business.
Mrs Baker-Burnham, is an organic-beef producer at Bonnie Doone with her husband Grant, and four children Lily, Ruby, Knox and Quade.
She has more than 20 years’ experience in business management and agriculture.
Her philosophy is and to tread gently, working with the rhythm of nature to ensure regeneration in our farming and community systems.
A deep interest in the human form has led Mrs Baker-Burnham on a journey of learning and researching leadership, community and creativity.
EMPOWERED: Jules Entwistle, Rachael Lehmann and Kristy Frahm at a BIEDO Women in Agriculture event in Mondure.