Zach Bush MD offers an insightful look at leadership into the future and how we need to let the feminine archetype emerge in the business world. Also how we should be creating businesses, education systems, along with tech advances that look after and nurture mother earth before the consumer. Really interesting: https://zachbushmd.com/business-leadership/
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A warm welcome to Sandra Kubota Iso, she will be joining the counselling team and based at Ellenbrook .
Sandra brings to the role an experience of immigration, her parents after the second world war migrated from Japan to Brazil as an adult and with her family Sandra migrated from Brazil to become an Australian citizen.
Sandra brings extensive experience to the role having worked in Brazil as a neuro psychologist in private practice and further completed research in schizophrenia. In Australia she has worked alongside Elder people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. Sandra is a passionate social justice advocate, recognising the vulnerabilities women may experience across their life course, whether it be from the migration experience, becoming a mother for the first time or simply the pressures of running a family household. She is looking forward to meeting with women from the Ellenbrook and surrounds communities.
The Board have recently appointed and welcomed a new General Manager, Sally Kingdon- Barbosa. Sally has a history of community work in various roles, including an understanding and commitment to women’s rights.
“I am honoured to be appointed to this dynamic role and acknowledge the vision and incredible legacy of hard work which has taken place before my time, by the founding Board and long serving staff members.
The women’s health work remains very relevant today, I value the remarkable contribution women make every day for their community and those volunteers who continue to make a difference. I grew up in a small close knit farming community in which people were very self-reliant and self-sufficient, the closest medical centre was a two hour drive away. My vision is to ensure there are no barriers for East Metro women to access our specialist women’s health and wellbeing services. I look forward to meeting and seeing the further development of the Midland Women’s Health Community to be inclusive of other communities in the East Metro region.”
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