Three Pillars Seminar - Financial Stability
This seminar series focuses on each of our core focus areas; education, financial stability and healthy living and how complex issues around these topics present in our society. These events aim to ignite a conversation, increase understanding of these issues and how they affect life in WA, and educate on what we can do together to improve quality of life for our whole community.
“Thank you – it was great to get insight into the many ways we could give back.. with time.. not just from our pockets.”
Pillar Two: Financial Stability
Our community’s most vulnerable citizens are living without the financial stability required to access education, achieve general health standards and improve their quality of living.
Join us for an insightful discussion on employment and financial stability in Western Australia and how this affects some of our community’s more vulnerable groups such as young people and women who have experienced domestic violence. Learn how specialised mentoring programs are helping people improve their circumstances and how we can all work together to support our community’s financial stability.
Get your tickets below!
Date: This seminar has taken place and ticket sales are closed
Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Where: Moore Stephens Offices, The Exchange Tower
2 The Esplanade, Perth WA
Tickets: $40 each + booking fee
Tickets include light canapes, drinks and transformational speakers.
Special thank you to event sponsor Moore Stephens for making this event possible.
MEET THE SPEAKERS
More information coming soon!
Professor Paul Flatau is the Director of the Centre for Social Impact at the University of Western Australia. He has over 100 publications covering a broad range of fields including labour economics, the history of economic thought, and social policy. He has made significant contributions to the analysis of social and economic outcomes and social impact and the effectiveness of programs and interventions in a number of fields including poverty, unemployment, homelessness, and housing.
Angie has worked for Zonta House for over 6 years and is the Service Delivery Manager overseeing 7 program areas. Angie has been working in the community service industry for 20 years and has worked in a variety of roles in the not-for-profit and Government sector.
Angie has worked in areas focusing on drug and alcohol, pharmacotherapy, homelessness, mental health, domestic and family violence and reintegration. Angie has comprehensive community service and social welfare qualifications and has a passion for women’s and children’s welfare and rights.
Mentor from the
Right to Work Program
Hear from one of our volunteer Mentors who has been working directly with women who have experienced family domestic violence in our Right to Work Program.
This program assists women to enter or re-enter the workforce, increasing their confidence and supporting their financial stability.
Tim has over 18 years of experience working within the education and not-for-profit sectors, mainly in management and operational roles. At United Way WA Tim is responsible for building mutually satisfying partnerships with corporates, community organisations, Government, donors, foundations, philanthropists and individuals. He is motivated by the outcomes achieved when communities work together to break long
standing social issues.
Participant from the
Right to Work Program
Hear from a woman who is currently in the Right to Work Program. She will share her experiences as a participant and how the program is supporting her to build confidence and progress towards financial stability.