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Friday 17th February:    5.00pm – 9.00pm

To be held in Mandjar Square with live music; Market Stalls; and local restaurants providing delicious meals at special prices plus bar drinks available – at your own cost; 

The conference venue, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre will be open for Registrations from 4pm. It will have a Youth Forum (details to follow) and there will also be Rotary Exhibits open to the public as well as everyone attending the Conference.

Saturday 18th February:    8.00am – 5.00pm

Registration opens at 8.00am and the conference starts promptly at 9.00am Speakers include:

Phil Britten: Phil is a multi award winning international speaker, best-selling author, entrepreneur and professional martial artists. His unique successes saw him win the WA Business News ‘40under40’ award in recognition as one of WA’s top entrepreneurs. Now he is dedicating his life to helping others reach their very own unique hidden potential in both their personal and professional lives https://www.philbritten.com 

Evan Burrell: Evan is an accomplished public speaker, emcee, trainer, digital content creator, graphic artist, social media advocate and hardworking community volunteer with over 20 years’ affiliation and experience with Rotary International. https://www.evanburrell.com

Lyn Beasley AO: Lyn is a distinguished neuroscientist and 2015 West Australian of the Year who has made a major contribution to the promotion and direction of science in Australia. As Chief Scientist for Western Australia (the first female to hold such a state role nationally) she championed gender diversity and science in the classroom through programs such as Microscopes in Schools, in addition to shaping science policy. Lyn is also well known for promoting science and technology in the media and she played a key role in bringing the internationally successful FameLab science communication competition to Australia.

Benita Cattalini: Benita was the previous CEO of the Albany Chamber of Commerce and during her time there, more than doubled the associations membership. Since resigning as CEO, Benita has now moved to her farm in Denmark where she has become a Galloway breeder. Betina is a highly regarded speaker and influencer.

Saturday Gala DinnerAt Peel Thunder, 11 Dower Street, Mandurah:    6.30pm – 10.00pm Join us for a 3-course dinner in the beautiful function room with live music.

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