Women’s Morning Tea
14 October 2019
Join us for one of the most popular events on the Museum's calendar, our Women's Morning Tea.
Start : 10:30am
Finish : 12:30pm
Special guest and Mariam Issa will share her powerful story of resilience in the face of hardship. Taking guests on her journey as a refugee from a war-torn country to community advocate, leader, writer and passionate storyteller, this is not to be missed.
Apart from a brilliant guest speaker, you can expect delicious food, networking and lots of fun. Tickets sell fast and places are limited - register today!
About our guest speaker
At age 30, Mariam Issa moved to suburban Melbourne from Somalia with her husband, four children and a fifth on the way. Far from her tight community in Somalia, Mariam found herself in a foreign country with a foreign language and culture. Similar to a butterfly emerging from a cocoon, she spent ten years going through depression, the victim phase, an anger phase, and finally, arriving at the activist phase. Through her powerful stories that tell her trials and tribulations, she has inspired countless women who have had similar experiences to stop seeing themselves as victims, but to see the butterfly within in order to achieve their fullest potential.
This event is supported by: