Please Meet Pat Hamilton

New President Takes the Helm at National Rural Women’s Coalition

Former Secondary School Principal and sheep farmer from South Australia, Dr. Pat Hamilton has taken over the reins as the President of the National Rural Women’s Coalition (NRWC), following the organisation’s recent AGM in Canberra.


Dr. Hamilton brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her role, and we had a quick catch up with Dr Hamilton to find out more about this inspiring mentor and leader to many rural women and associated organisations.



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Paving a New Career Path in the Bush.

Dreams, Droving and Al Mabin Photography

The NRWC is excited to be launching our new blog – a space we can share our stories, photos and videos.  The NRWC team will be aiming to post something new and fresh each month to help keep you informed about events, issues and topics close to our hearts, and hopefully yours.  We want our blog to be enjoyable, informative and relevant so we invite you to send us any topics you’d like to discuss, or even write about yourself.  We want to use this platform to give a voice to women living and working in rural, regional and remote parts of the country.


First up this month, author Alice Mabin shares her exciting adventure on a cattle drove from Winton Queensland to Hay NSW last year and how she has put her experiences into her self-published book.  And while you’re visiting our blog spot, why not check out the NRWC website while you’re here?

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Meet Cathie Denehy

Rural Women and NRWC Social Media E-Leaders Presenter 2014


The National Rural Women’s Coalition is proud to offer the 2014 Social Media E-Leaders Program to rural, remote and regional women.  Applications are currently open for this amazing 9 week course.  The NRWC is honoured to have Cathie Denehy as the presenter of this program. Cathie lives at Albany in Western Australia and loves living regionally as she gets to really connect with the environment and see its beauty every day and because of technology, her geographic location means nothing to running a successful national and international business.


The NRWC team caught up with Cathie and invited her to share a little more about herself.


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Social Media E-Leaders

Wanted: Social Media Savvy Rural Women

Do you have an idea as to how you might improve your rural community using social media? Apply now for the FREE 2014 E-Leaders Social Media Program.  Apply online at  The program is free and applications close Thursday 25th September.

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