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The Event – Thursday 29 February 10.30am
Successfully fundraising for 26 years, the Generations of Women Brunch raises funds for Jewish Care's Housing Support Program, supporting individuals and families at risk of homelessness.
The Lincoln of Toorak - Trak Centre, 445 Toorak Rd. Toorak
Gemma Tognini is an influential social and political commentator, columnist, writer, broadcaster and award-winning business owner.
Gemma writes a leading opinion column each Saturday in the Weekend Australian, which is read by an average 4 million people across print and digital platforms each month. She has a unique ability to tap into the conversations taking place around boardrooms and breakfast tables all around Australia, with her writing making her one of the paper’s most popular columnists.
Day to day, Gemma is the founder and executive director of GT Communications, a boutique corporate affairs and consumer PR firm with offices in Sydney and Perth, that specialises in building, growing and protecting the reputations of its client partners.The company recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, and partners with clients here, nationally and around the world.
As a writer, Gemma has become known for sharp, insightful and fearless commentary on a wide range of issues affecting everyday Australians. Be it politics and policy, social issues or topics others are not brave enough to tackle, Gemma brings a sharp view, a deft touch and a unique insight to the issues she writes about. Her columns drive debates and influence conversations. Most recently you would have read her excellent pieces in support of Israel, Jewish women and the scourge of antisemitism.
Gemma is a previous winner (2014) and finalist (2017) in the prestigious Telstra Business Awards. She has served as a non-executive director of Surf Life Saving WA, The Salvation Army (WA) and the Starlight Childrens’ Foundation.
Should you have any further queries, please phone Helen at 8517 5683 or email [email protected].