Women Connecting Women

A little about us…

As a subcommittee of Gladstone Multicultural Association Incorporated; Women Connecting Women has been holding networking sessions for well over 10 years!

In 2017, we hope to continue to hold our “Let’s Connect” networking sessions on a monthly basis – and in keeping with our “Support local” initiative; we hope to hold them at different locations across our wonderful community.

The purpose, as always will be, to support our Women 9-5’ers, business/franchise owners, stay-at-home moms, entrepreneurs (and hopefuls too) AND  anyone who supports everything a woman stands for.

We welcome you to all of our events and hope to see you there.

Let’s be brave, Let’s be strong, and Let’s be kind.

Richa & her Super-heroes Team.

Women Connecting Women will be holding the “Let’s Connect” evenings across  Gladstone, please keep an eye on our Facebook page for details.

Upcoming “Let’s Connect” networking evenings:

Richa Joshi

Richa Joshi, the Chair of Women Connecting Women

I am a mom to 2 young kids, and moved to Gladstone 3+ years ago. I’ve, while in Australia, been a stay at home parent; however before the ‘kids’ happened, I worked in many different industries; as many of us do till we find our calling.

The last job I held was of a Freelancer, Self-employed (&loved working for me). I owned my own business as a Corporate Trainer while I was in India; and had the joy of training Behavioral & Soft Skills and Voice Modulation/Accent Neutralization training workshops; with big ticket names like  WNS, Accenture, GTL , EDS, Birla Sun Life, Citibank, Tata AIG, J P Morgan Stanley, Wipro, Cap Gemini, SAP, CnSystech, NYKLine, Ness Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd., Voltas Ltd., Oracle Financial Services Software Ltd., Quinox Consulting Pvt. Ltd.,L10nbridge, Datamatics, Owens Corning (India) Ltd., Zenith Rubber Products etc.

I am also a certified NLP (NeuroLingusiticProgramming) Practioner; and I’ve been a guest speaker at different colleges across Bombay, Delhi and Calcutta for the span of my work in India.  I’ve been a guest speaker on various radio shows in Mumbai, and was quoted in several newspapers like The New York Times, The National etc on both training related stories and as a vox populi.

And, as the WCW Chair-woman – I intend to give back what I’ve learned; and let karma do its thing. Please feel welcome to join us at our networking evenings, believe me, they are like no other and will leave you feeling hopeful, strong and very confident.

Richa Joshi