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Coming Out Of Aversity: Resilience & Recovery.

Buckle Up for a Courageous ride!

High Profile Key Note Speaker, Author and Consultant Lucy Bloom is coming to Ulladulla!!!

Lucy is an award winning leader, inspirational speaker - full of energy, humour and unapologetic directness. She is a business coach, governance gun and ideas machine. A change maker, exceptional communicator and business fixer, with the best mohawk in the business. Lucy led an advertising agency for 20 years before she became the CEO of a brand new women’s health organisation, funding a network of hospitals in Ethiopia. She then went on to transform a Cambodian children’s charity as its first CEO. She is the creator of the world’s first childbirth education program for men and the author of two books. Lucy’s top-selling memoir, Get the Girls Out, was published by HarperCollins to rave reviews. You will find her challenging and entertaining in equal measure, with humour tied into a powerful business message. Lucy Bloom is a rule breaker, idea maker and momentum creator.

Watch Lucy's sizzle reel HERE.

The evening will open with an introduction to Steven Bowman, NBN Manager. Steven will speak on the Business Fibre Zone and Enterprise Ethernet. The BFZ is one of the initiatives that is supporting local businesses through adversity.

Guests will enjoy a complimentary drink upon arrival and a two course meal (Alternate Drop):

MAIN

Salmon with capers and hollandaise sauce, potato gratin and seasonal vegetables

Lamb rack with Jus, parsnip mash and seasonal vegetables

DESSERT

Warm apple crumble and vanilla bean ice cream

Sticky date pudding, butterscotch sauce and vanilla bean ice cream

*** For Special Dietary Requirements, please click on the button: ASK THE ORGANISER and send your specific request. Alternatively, please email office@muchamber.com.au

A Pop Up Wet Bar will be available on the night. 


+++ Disclaimer: Although funding for this product has been provided by both the Australian and Bushfire Community Resilience

New South Wales Governments, the material contained herein does not necessarily represent the views of either Government’.