Minerva Network Chairman Christine McLoughlin has today thanked the NSW Government for agreeing to extend a ground-breaking partnership that is inspiring more young Australians to participate in sport and to lead an active and healthy lifestyle.
Minerva QLD chapter held its inaugural Mentor breakfast on Monday, attended by Queensland women leaders in sport and business. The roundtable event was hosted by Minerva Network Chairman Christine McLoughlin and Minerva Queensland Chapter leader Dr. Sarah Kelly.
This was an evening to be savoured by everyone who has worked so hard to establish and develop the Minerva Network movement . . . an official Reception at Government House Sydney as guests of Her Excellency, the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC QC and Mr Dennis Wilson.
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