The four women honoured at Granville Rotary Club’s International Women's Day event.
FOUR women from very different backgrounds were celebrated by members of the Rotary Club of Granville at a special International Women's Day event at the Auburn Tennis Club last Tuesday.
International Director Dr Chandrika Subramaniyan said the club honoured the "inspiring women for their outstanding services to the community".
"Deputy secretary, justice services at the NSW Department of Justice, Kathrina Lo, shared her experience as member of the multicultural family and her pathway in public service," she said.
"While Lucky Singh, a community leader, actor, writer and teacher, had an amazing story about her 'Guru Nanak's Free Kitchenette' which provides food and winter needs for homeless people in Sydney.
"Cumberland Council group manager community and culture, Brooke Endycott, talked to us about overseeing the council's community related services and shared her challenges in breaking the glass ceiling in the public service.
"Shobana Suresh, an Indian classical dancer and a trauma counsellor with refugee children and adolescents, also expressed her experiences managing work, art and family and performed a beautiful dance with her husband Mr Suresh at the end of the presentation."