• Hannah Phillips

Nan Musters Canberra


In Flow's 107.5 region of Clare, Nan Barrett has recently returned from the National Rural Women's Coalition Rural Women's Muster focusing on strengthening community through women's leadership.


14 women from across Australia met in Canberra for intensive leadership development, skills strengthening workshops, and strategy determination for economic growth and community resilience.


Nan joined Sarah on the Regional Roundup to tell us more about her time in Canberra.


The National Rural Women's Coalition is a collaborative voice for women living in rural, remote and regional Australia.

Nan is keen to hear from older aspiring or current women in small businesses who want to become involved in networking opportunities.

You can get in touch with Nan by email at nan@wordsolutions.com.au or phone on 0400 743 692.


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