BWA Launch: Online Community Hub

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BWA Launch: Online Community Hub

BWA Launch: Online Community Hub

January 17, 2022 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Join BWA National Director Lyn Hawkins and Kerrie Nobes, our Hub Facilitator in launching The BWA Community Hub. The BWA Community Hub is designed to facilitate peer-to-peer sharing between members in a trusted and confidential environment. By drawing from the expertise and experience of other business women, the format encourages ways to navigate the needs of your business, personal life and community engagement to help members achieve success in life and in business.


We will meet monthly for 6 months for open discussion, debate and problem solving on an agenda driven by the group with the support of a Hub facilitator. Designed to help support and grow our knowledge, with the help of our fellow members, it is a great opportunity to build relationships. Hub Members will share strategies, ideas, bounce challenges around to gain some new insights, offer possible solutions and build friendships.

The Connection Hub is available to all financial members of BWA who are ready to build meaningful connections embrace the power of a group of like-minded women.

Our first Connection Hub on the 21st February will look at ways of working together, supporting one another, and brainstorming points of discussion for the next session – nothing is off the table! Our experienced facilitator, Kerrie Nobes, will manage the format, ensuring all attendees contribute, listen and learn from each other.

What would you give for the ability to tap into a group of generous spirited business women who are willing to share their expertise and experiences? Members can access the 6 part series at NO COST.

If you are not a member of BWA, registering for the 6 part series will unlock your annual Classic Membership and all the benefits this brings over the next 12 months.

The BWA Community Hub is designed around the unique needs of women in business as we navigate the pathways forward. They are held monthly for 90-120 minutes with a maximum of 16 participants.  


  • Monday, 21st of February
  • Monday, 21st of March
  • Monday, 11th of April
  • Monday, 16th of May
  • Monday, 20th of June
  • Monday, 18th of July

The ground rules will be agreed by each unique Hub with a Member Facilitator ensuring the opportunity for all to dig deep, personally and professionally, in a safe and non-judgmental environment.

Book your “virtual seat” for the launch today and for the first Community Hub program starting in February to avoid missing out.

FUTURE HUB FACILITATORS: If you’d like to be a BWA COMMUNITY HUB FACILITATOR and have the experience and expertise, contact


See you at BWA Launch: Online Community Hub, Monday, 17th January
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM AWST
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM ACDT
1:00PM – 2:30PM AEST

About Lyn Hawkins:
Lyn is the National Director and Founder of Business Women Australia and a management consultant with a focus on transformational growth. She is a lifelong learner and explorer, with a very healthy sense of humour. Lyn has held executive roles with KPMG, HLB Mann Judd, numerous law firms, IT companies and Telstra. As a Principal of a successful consulting practice Lyn works predominantly with professional services firms, boards and executive teams developing and implementing transformation-based business strategies.

About Kerrie Nobes:
Kerrie is a member of Business Women Australia and an experienced Facilitator who enjoys collaborating to create opportunities for growth. She believes that through authentic communication we increase self awareness and reach goals – increasing productivity, connection and outcomes. Her passion is leadership and as a practitioner for both DiSC & HBDI she uses these tools to help individuals understand self and others better. Kerrie brings 20+ years of experience connecting teams and leaders to work collectively for best outcomes. She is a Leadership Coach and finalising her accreditation. With impressive experience across Health, Education, Local Government and Manufacturing, Kerrie is sought for her skills at facilitating interactive learning, knowledge sharing and development in face to face and online settings.

About Business Women Australia:
BWA brings together business women from all sectors, industries and states;

  • Business owners and entrepreneurs
  • Executives and managers
  • Professionals
  • Women on boards
  • Emerging leaders
  • Women who desire growth and high level connections

Business Women Australia is focused on key areas of development;

  • Leadership
  • Business Improvement
  • Personal and Professional Growth
  • Connections and Friendship

Join as a member today.

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