International Women’s Day

Garmisch Riley, Equality Rights Alliance

Last chance to join us for our launch!

Garmisch Riley, Equality Rights Alliance writes on

Join us for the official launch of Sharing Young Women’s Stories hosted by Cassie Gillis,
co-owner of Dynamic Studies. We have two wonderful speakers lined up for you, Charlie Hunter, Health & Fitness Director and Carly Jacobs, fashion blogger and our first guest blogpost (to be released next week). Throughout the evening enjoy the music of the Sienna Aguilar Trio as you have some nibbles and be one of the first to send our Avant Card postcard to Minister Garrett!

date: Wednesday 9th February
time: 6:15pm
place: The Front Gallery & Cafe- Wattle St, Lyneham, ACT
Light refreshments provided & places are limited
RSVP close today!

We look forward to seeing you there!


Cassie Gillis

Cassie is a popular dance teacher in the Canberra Community and co-owner of Dynamic Studios. Cassie works along side her business partner Nicole, on ways of promoting positive body image to her students. Cassie is also focused on Health and nutrition. Through her own Primary School based dance program – dancecore, Cassie has been able to infiltrate Canberra schools with a message of positive body image, self worth, confidence and good health.

Charlie Hunter

Charlie is the Health & Fitness Director of GetMyBodyBack Health & Fitness studio in Queanbeyan. She has been coaching people for over 10 years helping them find the confidence to use their inner voice. Charlie is a strong believer that a healthy body starts with the mind and she focuses on changing people’s stop start dieting habits into long term healthy eating for life.

Carly Jacobs

Carly is a fashion blogger, freelance writer, jeweller, designer, actor and general weirdo (her words not ours!) She’s been a regular contributor at Australian Cleo magazine and has been featured in Cosmopolitan and Bust magazines. As editor of Smaggle and being a shopping writer at Lustable, Carly spends her days writing, procrastinating on Facebook, drinking black coffee and trying to find people to play with her.

Sienna Aguilar Trio

The Sienna Aguilar Trio consists of local musicians, all of whom are former students of the ANU School of Music. With a wide repertoire of jazz standards and modern pieces, they perform a range of styles including Latin, swing and popular music with a jazz flavour. Their distinctive sound complements various settings, from relaxed bars and cafes to more formal occasions including corporate functions and weddings.