Following the success of the 2014 event, Women in Rotary – SA chapter
are again holding an International Women’s Day Breakfast and we are encouraging Rotarians to invite colleagues, friends, family to attend.  
International Women’s Day Breakfast
Wednesday 4 March 2015
7:00 for 7:15 am start   9:00 am finish
National Wine Centre,   Hackney Rd (cnr Botanic Rd)
Boost start your day in the company of those who inspire, lead and influence. Join us for breakfast, take the opportunity to network and be inspired by one woman’s journey to tell the story of others who have served. Dr Sharon Mascall-Dare ‘Women of Courage: New Perspectives on the Anzac Centenary'. 
Dr Sharon Mascall-Dare
A BBC documentary producer, has won a number of awards for her journalistic work on social justice issues, & the significance of ANZAC, both here and in the USA. Sharon is co-author of “Not for Glory”  Dr Sharon Mascall-Dare is a Military Public Affairs Officer in the Australian Army Reserve (rank: Captain) with an established track record as a journalist and communications strategist specialising in Defence, veterans’ affairs and the commemoration of Anzac Day.

Dr Mascall-Dare holds an M.A. in Modern Languages from the University of Oxford, a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism from City University in London and a PhD in Communication from the University of South Australia.

Her doctoral thesis examined journalistic practices among Anzac Day reporters and advocates accuracy, originality and ethical conduct through the annual publication of the Anzac Day Media Style Guides.

As a BBC documentary producer, Dr Mascall-Dare has won a number of awards for her journalistic work on social justice issues, including Best Radio Broadcaster at the South Australian Media Awards (awarded in 2007, 2010 and 2012). Her BBC/ABC documentary ‘Anzac’ (2012) won two awards at the 2013 International Radio Awards in New York.  

Dr Mascall-Dare is actively involved in communicating the significance and relevance of the Anzac Centenary through her work as an Army Officer and as co-author of ‘Not for Glory: a century of service by medical women to the Australian Army and its Allies’, published in 2014. As an Adjunct Associate Professor of Journalism at the University of Canberra she is also involved in academic research to improve media coverage of veterans’ experiences and responsible reporting of PTSD.

         $40 pp Table bookings available.
When booking, if you are attending on your own, feel free to enter “Campbell” as your table booking and I will look forward to catching up with you at the breakfast.
Julie Campbell