19th May, 2015
Odyssey House is excited to bring together inspiring women to discuss the connection between career and community involvement.
The panel of leaders from business, government and sport will be interviewed by Australia’s leading columnist Jennifer Hewett :
- Diane Smith-Gander, Chairman, Transfield Services
- Suzanne Young, COO, NRL
- Jane Halton, Secretary, Department of Finance
MC Angela Vithoulkas – an award winning Sydney business woman, small business champion and Independent City of Sydney Councillor, who was recently named as one of Australia’s 50 Influential Women Entrepreneurs.
About Odyssey House
Odyssey House saves and improves the lives of people dependent on alcohol and other drugs. We are a residential facility, helping 642 people last year overcome their dependencies to live within and contribute to the community.
57% of clients accessing our services have co-existing mental illness, along with addiction. The Odyssey House Janus Program provides psychiatric services and special therapy and counseling groups that help these clients understand their condition and provides access to support services to avoid relapse to mental illness and substance misuse.
Funds raised at this event will go directly towards this program, ensuring we continuing to provide the best service.