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    The Resolution Project


    Hands up who makes new year’s resolutions every year, then ditches them by February? Yep, us too. Well, achieving our creative and business goals just got a lot easier, with CWC’s The Resolution Project. It’s an affordable and supportive goal-setting program that keeps you accountable and motivated throughout the year. The best part? Along with workshops and online tools, you get heaps of resources, including a tailor-made TRP workbook to keep you on track. Our private facilitated Facebook group is up and running and participants are sharing stories, tips and resolutions. They have described the workbook as “a truly valuable tool for reflection” and “a great way to gain clarity and perspective”. It’s already clear this is a special community of ambitious and inspired women.

    The Online program is open to anyone, anywhere, and includes all the valuable resources and materials that the Workshop program offers, including access to the private Facebook group and opportunities to ‘ask the experts’ and connect with a wide community of creative women.

    Our Workshop program includes all of the above, plus three workshops and follow-up materials throughout the year along themes including Connect and Clarify, Recap and Reset, and an end of year Wrap Party (open to all participants!) to celebrate our successes. Each workshop includes hands-on coaching sessions and discussions with renowned experts to set you firmly on the path to achieving your creative goals.

    Numbers are strictly limited. It’s not too late to join – check out The Resolution Project for more information.


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    Meet the CWC Board!

    If you’ve been following CWC in 2015, you may have heard we’ve made a few big, exciting changes behind the scenes.

    In July, Creative Women’s Circle became an official non-profit national association, complete with a governing Board and committee of over a dozen ladies representing a multitude of creative industries and professional passions. These women all volunteer their time, effort and expertise to make CWC an organisation that supports, champions and connects women in creative industries across Australia.

    The first year of any association is one of laying the groundwork (read: getting all the administration side of the setup sorted… a long and arduous process!) ahead of our first Annual General Meeting (AGM) in mid-2016. But alongside the boring paperwork stuff, we’re also busy identifying the Board’s roles and processes, and developing an overarching mission statement and strategy for CWC that will make it as impactful as it can be for you as Members, and the wider community in general.

    But who are the hardworking ladies dedicating their time and brains to the cause? Well, today I’d like to introduce the first Board of Creative Women’s Circle to you all…


    First row, L-R
    Tess McCabe, President
    Martina Gemmola, Vice-President
    Yasmin Naghavi, Secretary
    Shannon Rowe, Treasurer

    Second row L-R
    Phoebe Miller, Membership Manager
    Julia May, Marketing, Strategy and Ideas Manager
    Rachel Bucknall, Events Host Manager
    Zelda Tupicoff, Website Manager

    Third row L-R
    Annette Wagner, Social Media Manager
    Bec Mackey, Partnerships Manager
    Emma Clark Gratton, Blog Editor
    Madeleine Dore, Melbourne Events Manager

    Fourth Row L-R
    Diana Scully, Melbourne events team
    Yvonne Meng, Melbourne events team
    Felicia Semple, Melbourne events team

    Visit our Board page to read more about each of their roles and the professional backgrounds of these excellent women! And why not say hi at our next Melbourne event, or via their social media pages? We’d love to hear from you so CWC can be THE organisation that supports, champions and connects creative women across the country now and well into the future.

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    Join the CWC Board of Directors!


    Hey everyone – great news. After a unanimous decision to incorporate CWC into a registered non-profit association (thanks to all the Members who placed their vote!), we’re now ready to build our Board of Directors and push CWC into an exciting new era!

    To kick things off, we’re holding our first Board meeting from 10am-4pm on Saturday 1 August 2015 in Melbourne. We’d love as many Members as possible to attend and help us plan a roadmap for CWC going forward.

    If you’re enthusiastic about CWC and building it into an even better organisation for creative women across the country, and want to be a part of the Board of Directors, we’d love you to come along. Women from all industries (especially marketing, comms, graphic design, web design, small business management, admin, social media, PR, event coordination) and with all sorts of skill sets will be welcomed with open arms!

    For more info, and to register your interesting in attending the meeting on 1 August, email Tess at admin @ by 22 July 2015 and tell us a little about yourself, your background, and what you think you could bring to the CWC Board.

    Interstate members or those unable to attend but who want to be involved, please get in touch as well :)

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    Vote for the future of CWC



    As you may well know, Creative Women’s Circle (CWC) has been independently run for over 10 years, the majority of that time by myself, Tess McCabe, with the assistance of a host of talented creative women across Australia contributing to the running of our events and blog.

    Over that time CWC’s presence and importance to the Australian creative community has grown, as has its official Membership database.

    Now, to ensure the sustainability of CWC and its continued growth into the future, the time is right for the structure of CWC to change from a largely ‘one-woman’-run micro-business, to a registered incorporated association.

    What does that mean for CWC?

    An incorporated association structure will allow Members to be more involved in the future direction of CWC and how it can best serve their needs via our events, website, Member services and more. Profits from CWC will continue to go back into the organisation to fund it, and the association structure will also make CWC better placed to apply for funding for special programs and projects to benefit Members.

    Who will run CWC?

    The association will utilise the skills, experience and enthusiasm of a Board of dedicated creative women to steer CWC into the future. This Board will ensure the sustainability of CWC as an entity that serves its Members and the creative community as a whole. All current CWC Members will have the opportunity to volunteer to be a board member once the registration and incorporation process is complete.

    What can I do to help?

    To start this exciting new chapter, we are asking all current CWC Members to vote to incorporate CWC. With the majority of you supporting this decision we can begin the formal process of becoming a registered non-profit association.

    Please review the proposed ‘model rules’* of the association, LOG IN, and cast your vote to incorporate CWC here. (Votes are due by 18 June 2015. VOTING HAS NOW CLOSED – THANK YOU!)

    Thanks for your support as we take this big step together!

    Tess McCabe

    P.S. If you’re not currently a Member but would like to vote, you can join here.

    *The Model Rules are a standard set of guidelines for registered associations, set out by Consumer Affairs Victoria. Questions can be directed to, or you can find out more at

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