Spence Club and Inkling Women Present: Empower

While women are definitely doing a lot of big things at the moment, it can also still be a little hard to find like-minded, career-driven, young women to talk to and learn from. Luckily for us, Spence Club and Inkling Women are coming together to present ‘Empower’, a career-confidence workshop to inspire South Australian women to live their best life in the workplace – and beyond.

The two-hour workshop will be run by CEO of Inkling Women, Sophie Hampel, who is also a South Australian expat herself. She recently flown the coop to Sydney to expand the business, which is well-known around the country for their efforts and mission to lift the percentage of women at leadership level.

Hand-in-hand at the workshop with Inkling will be South Australia’s own Spence Club – a unique networking organisation bringing together all the high-achieving young women from sectors including lawyers, engineers, political advisors, accountants, doctors, journalists, educators and business owners who are and aspire to be leaders in the state.

“Spence provides me with genuine connections with other women and recognizes the fantastic talent we have in South Australia,” Spence Club chair Lucinda Hewitson said.

“[It’s] a place for young women across industries to connect at unique events, collaborate and celebrate each other’s success,” says fellow member Sarah Bartholomeusz, founder and CEO of You Legal and 2015 SA Telstra Business Women’s Award winner

Apart from the networking and all the like-minded career driven women in the room, coming along to Empower will also mean that you’ll be contributing towards raising funds for Bramwell House – an accommodation service for women (and women with children) escaping domestic violence.

You go, girl.

The workshop will run next Monday, June 19 at the Republic Hotel.
Tickets including a 2-hour workshop, networking, food and beverages available here. (Spence Club members $85 / non-members $100)