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Celebrating International Women's Day

Posted 09 March 2017

VHA Director of Membership and Events Kerri Langes and Director of Policy Katie Phillis along with VHA partner First State Super, hosted some of the women of Victoria's health sector on Wednesday night at the Melbourne International Women's Day dinner.

The dinner - held at the Palladium at Crown - was hosted by the Department of Education and Training Secretary, Gill Callister with Annabel Crabb, Elizabeth Broderick and Marlo Baragwanath as guest speakers.

"It's wonderful to celebrate with the women from our sector," Ms Langes said. "And discuss how far women have come and where we are now in society.”

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