Walford Women Collective

Walford Women Collective provides an opportunity for established and emerging businesswomen and professionals to connect, build support structures, and grow with other women in the Walford community.

Walford Women Collective has been developed to support Walford women through networking, mentoring and learning opportunities. It is a space for women to meet and build their professional lives, both online and in person, leveraging their Walford connections.

Whether you have been in the workforce a short or long time, are a business owner, or a mum of a student or past student, or a new old scholar yet to join the workforce, Walford Women Collective offers a wonderful opportunity to learn, share and network with the Walford community.

News and Profiles

Keep up to date with the latest career-related news and announcements. Discover more about some of our successful Walford women in our growing collection of profiles.

Share your latest news with us at communications@walford.asn.au.

Latest News

Mentoring and Career Opportunities

We encourage you to join our private LinkedIn Walford Alumni group and to use this as a careers noticeboard and forum.

You may wish to share the following with the group:
• Career or mentoring opportunities
• Information on your business or the business you are involved in so that others can reach out to you
• Information on networking or educational events that other members may be interested in attending

You are always welcome to contact us directly with opportunities to share on 08 8373 4062 or communications@walford.asn.au.

Join Walford Alumni LinkedIn Group.

Events

Throughout the year we offer a series of events to enable women with Walford connections to network together, share their experiences and develop their skills.

Past networking events have covered topics such as reinventing yourself, networking techniques and thriving in stressful work environments.

Old Scholars, including Adelady founder, Hayley Pearson, News Ltd journalist, Katrina Stokes, cafe owner, Rosey Hume and barrister and solicitor Tessa Hume have featured as guest speakers along with networking specialist Linda Chaousus.

Join Walford Women Collective

Join Walford Women Collective

We encourage you to join Walford Women at Work so that you’re the first to be invited to our events and hear about the latest news and opportunities.

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