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Belinda Brennan

The WwMB invites all women to participate in a Business Planning Workshop facilitated by Belinda Brennan. Be part of an exciting community project, use and develop skills, expand your knowledge and meet new friends. No cost involved and catering is included.

Belinda is facilitator for Community consultation, development of funding submission and Business Planning workshops. Belinda's background is in natural resource management and Landcare in Victoria and Western Australia and she has worked at all levels of Landcare and NRM from planting trees and testing water samples, to working on policy issues.

In recent years Belinda has been involved in a number of community development projects including the Community Capacity Building Initiative, assisting local communities to develop action plans and conducting research sessions for a Post Natal Depression Project.

Belinda is now working privately in the both the Natural Resource Management and Community fields helping groups and organisations such as the Catchment Management Authorities plan and conduct workshops on a range of issues.

Belinda has recently worked on the Landcare Support Strategy for the West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority as well facilitating various sessions including Ranger In Charge Forum for Parks Victoria, community consultation for weed management issues, and an evaluation workshop for the Regional Catchment Investment Process.

Belinda works with the group or organisation to tailor a workshop or meeting to suit their needs, achieve their goals and have a bit of fun in the process.

Belinda invites you to join the wonderful women of Gippsland to plan and implement a range of projects that will make a difference and have long lasting benefits for the communities of Gippsland.

On a personal note, Belinda is married to Vince and has two daughters, Kate 4 and Laura 2. They live in our little piece of paradise in Bunyip with 2 dogs, 5 chooks, 2 turkeys and a duck.

Contact Belinda Brennan at belinda.brennan@bigpond.com

 

Details of dates and contact details of the Business Planning Workshops can be found on each project page

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