Won­der Women Project first an­niver­sary

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FASH­ION and life­style blog­ger Mas­tura Koelmeyer founded the Won­der Women Project a year ago to high­light women’s achieve­ments and ca­reers.

“The Won­der Women Project is a plat­form aimed at pro­fes­sional and en­trepreneurial cre­atives, busi­ness own­ers, start-ups, small busi­nesses and strong women to con­nect, share, learn, sup­port and grow to­gether,” the Ave­ley res­i­dent said.

“The rea­son why I started it was to pro­vide a safe place for women to come to­gether and sup­port one an­other.

“This project is about cel­e­brat­ing women through in­spi­ra­tion and em­pow­er­ment.

“I host events to bring women to­gether, cel­e­brat­ing the essence of what makes them women and shar­ing what they do in their lives.”

Pas­sion­ate about so­cial change, Mrs Koelmeyer said the high­light so far had been see­ing peo­ple form friend­ships, with more than 100 women at­tend­ing events over the past year.

As well as her blog, Missy-Lia, she con­trib­utes to an in­ter­na­tional mod­est fash­ion mag­a­zine.

GAYA mag­a­zine show­cases the di­ver­sity, beauty and strength of Mus­lim women.

“I come from a di­verse back­ground; I am Eurasian, born in Can­berra, grew up in Cur­ram­bine and cur­rently re­side in Ave­ley,” she said.

“I am a mother of three chil­dren and a full­time in­ter­nal re­la­tions of­fi­cer.”

To cel­e­brate the project’s first an­niver­sary, Mrs Koelmeyer will hold an event at Feld & Co in Boor­a­goon on No­vem­ber 11, 9.30am-noon.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call 0401 290 136.

Pic­ture: David Baylis www.com­mu­ni­typix.com.au d487166

Blog­ger Mas­tura Koelm­eye is hold­ing an event to cel­e­brate the first an­niver­sary of her Won­der Women Project.

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