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Nancy honoured for work with children

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Nancy Jeffrey, a proud Woolwonga business woman, has won one of the top honours at the 2012 Telstra Northern Territory Business Women's Awards for her achievements as the Northern Territory Manager for Save the Children Australia.

Joining Save the Children eight years ago as a Family Support Worker, Ms Jeffrey wanted the organisation to train and...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 October 2012 20:22

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From “Rhetoric to Reality” 2012 Stronger Smarter Institute Summit

SS-IMG 2515The 2012 Stronger Smarter Institute Summit was a great success last week, with Director, Dr Chris Sarra, in his closing address to the 250 participants, said that it was good to "we still have that sense of euphoria from the last few days and last night [at the formal dinner]."

Dr Sarra, highlighted the essence from the Stronger Smarter philosophy and how it was evident in all presentations during the 3 days...

 

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