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Event Details
Event Details

Women & Homelessness - A view from western Sydney

This free online networking event will examine the specific issues facing women experiencing homelessness or seeking affordable housing in Western Sydney. We will hear firsthand from women who have navigated these challenges and will also hear reflections from housing and homelessness service providers working to support women in this region.

  • Michelle Anderson (Team Leader at Our Lady of the Way)

    Michelle Anderson

    Team Leader at Our Lady of the Way

  • Debbie Georgopoulos (Chief Executive Officer at Women's Housing Company Ltd)

    Debbie Georgopoulos

    Chief Executive Officer at Women's Housing Company Ltd

  • Sylvie Hector (Lived Experience Advocate)

    Sylvie Hector

    Lived Experience Advocate

  • Nicola Lemon (CEO of Hume Community Housing Association)

    Nicola Lemon

    CEO of Hume Community Housing Association

  • Katherine McKernan (Chief Executive at Homelessness NSW)

    Katherine McKernan

    Chief Executive at Homelessness NSW


Tickets free of charge and we would like to thank our sponsors:

Additional Information
Additional Information
CPD Points

Ahi Members are eligible to log 10 CPD points for attending this event.

CPD points can assist members to achieve Ahi Professional Certification status. Ahi Professional Certification is awarded to housing professionals who have demonstrated a commitment to the housing profession and continuing professional development.

Staying Safe at In-person Events

Physical Distancing at this event:

  • While the NSW Government regulations permit this gathering, event attendees are reminded to follow good hygiene habits and physical distancing, including keeping 1.5 metres away from others, not making unnecessary physical contact with others, avoiding physical greetings, such as handshakes, hugs and kisses. For more information, see Australian Government advice for physical distancing.