Network Blog

STORIES OF WEST AUSTRALIAN RRR WOMEN ACROSS ALL INDUSTRIES AND PERSONAL EXPERIENCES

“There is so much power in storytelling, and there is enormous power in inclusive storytelling, in inclusive representations.” Reese Witherspoon

Story-telling is our way to influence, develop and empower RRR women. If you would like to share a RRR women’s story with us, or be a guest author, please message us via our contact page.

JEN CRITCH

JEN CRITCH

Jen Critch has been a RRR women for the last 18 years. After studying a commerce degree and a...

MATILDA LLOYD

MATILDA LLOYD

THIS MONTH WE CHATTED WITH RRR NETWORK STUDENT MEMBER MATILDA LLOYD. MATILDA IS IN HER FINAL YEAR...

BROOKE KERNAGHAN

BROOKE KERNAGHAN

Lawson Grain Employee Brooke shares her journey as a single mother working in the Agricultural...

WE WOULD LIKE TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE TRADITIONAL OWNERS AND ELDERS, WHOSE CULTURES AND CUSTOMS HAVE AND WILL CONTINUE TO NURTURE THE LAND ON WHICH WE WALK AND LIVE – WOODITCHUP (MARGARET RIVER), WADANDI BOODJA.