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Genevieve Westcott Promotes Zonta Club of Chch

Genevieve Westcott Promotes Zonta Club of Christchurch


Genevieve Westcott is the most honoured and distinguished journalists of all times! Inspiring, smart and thought provoking-you will learn first hand "Top Tips From The TV Tigress".The communications mentor will speak at Zonta Christchurch/Canterbury fundraising dinner and auction at the Casino on Wednesday 10 August.

Within a year of arriving in NZ, Genevieve received the first of many awards.

Reporting on TV One's Eyewitness, Close Up and 60 Minutes, and documentaries,Genevieve does not do things by halves, as she also anchored her own nightly national television programme, TV3's A Current Affair and The Westcott Files.She also worked as correspondent for 20/20.

Genevieve also co-produced and anchored TVNZ primetime series Unsolved, investigating 10 of our nation's most baffling murder mysteries.

Genevieve is also the director for TVNZ's leading current affairs programme, Sunday.

Committed to helping individuals and organisations reach their performance goals, Zonta Christchurch/ Canterbury Club is indeed very privileged to secure a speaker of such a calibre! From effective speaking to media presentation,those who have heard Genevieve, are absolutely thrilled and inspired"up and down the country, said Sharon Lingham -Public Relations Officer for Zonta Christchurch/ Canterbury Club."If you are not inspired by Genevieve, you will NEVER be inspired," says Sharon.

Zonta is a worldwide organisation of executive business and the professional women working together to advance the status of women.

On behalf of The Christchurch /Canterbury Club, deputy Mayor Carole Evans has recently presented a $5,000 Women In Business Grant to a photogtapher, Frauke John.

Some of the amazing line up of auctions items include:

Signed Cricket bet by Black Caps & World 11 ( Reserve) Wroxton Dinner for 6 by Sir Roberston & Lady Adrienne Stewart Celebrity Status Crown Limousine & Black Cat Cruise plus 6 CSO Concert Tickets Black Pearl & Diamond Set Pendant by Donnell Jewellers Basket of fragrance & cosmetics by Life Pharmacy Riccarton Zonta Club's Basketful of goodies of Canterbury products Feathered Cloak by Twisted Sisters (Genevieve's)

2 x Tickets to Wearable Arts (1 October) 6.30pm Wednesday 10 August 2005

Join us at Christchurch Casino from 6.30pm for this exciting event. It includes a three course dinner,beer, wine or juice. Reservations essential, bookings will be made on a first-come first-served basis.

TICKETS: $75pp or $700 per table of ten Contact: Aaron Flynn, Christchurch Casino, P O Box 4141, Christchurch Phone: 03 372 8878 Fax: 03 366 8888 Mb: 0274 809 687 Email: aaron@christchurchcasino.co.nz

Profits from this event will be distributed by the Zonta Club of Christchurch-Canterbury to its chosen local and international charities and local projects including Kimihia Parents College at Linwood College.

ENDS

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