Speaker Date Topic
Jacob Opio May 11, 2021
Rotarians Against Malaria
Rotarians Against Malaria

Rotarians Against Malaria is a volunteer-run organization working to eliminate malaria. The primary focus of RAM has been the distribution of insecticide-treated nets to vulnerable populations in Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and more recently, Timor Leste.

Sharon Oats May 18, 2021
Wyndham Lodge Aged Care - The COVID Challenges

Sharon is the Lifestyle Coordinator at Wyndham Lodge Baptcare. She will talk about the challenges that the facility faced during 2020 and also about their future plans including the construction of a semsory garden.

Martin Probst May 25, 2021
Leadership
Leadership

Martin Probst is an award-winning learning professional and #1 International Bestselling author, assisting individuals, teams and organisations to lead with confidence and succeed in today’s busy and ever-changing environment.
Through his company PROfound Leadership, Martin’s vision is to strengthen organisation through human-centred leadership and positively transform their future and generations to come.

Martin is directly impacting the lives of many managers in Australia and around the globe through his simple-yet-effective and solution-based leadership strategies, so they can successfully deal with the human aspects of the business.

Martin will share insights into his personal and professional life and how he successfully fosters strong relationships and community collaboration.

In his short and sharp presentation, Martin will provide insights and simple yet profound strategies into what makes us tick and how we connect with other human beings.

Danyel Cucinotta Jun 01, 2021
The Role of the Victorian Farmer's Federation in Agriculture
The Role of the Victorian Farmer's Federation in Agriculture

Danyel has just been appointed as the vice-president of the Victorian Farmer's Federation.

At 28, Danyel is the federation's youngest ever vice-president.

Ms Cucinotta said she hoped her election would encourage other women and young people working in agriculture to take on leadership positions. "We have different ideas. We see things differently," she said.

Ms Cucinotta is a third-generation farmer who works on her family egg farm at Werribee South.

She said farmers needed to better impart a modern picture of farming to consumers, including advancements in technology and animal welfare.