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Our awesome team of facilitators are ready to hit the road, bringing #supportedgrowth to women in every corner of Aotearoa - starting this week in Southland, Marton and Woodville. Facilitator/farmer Kate Wyeth & organiser extroadinaire Keri with just some of the gear for the job! We'd love to see you in your region. Find our more about our programmes at www.awdt.org.nz #creatingpositivechange #keepingitreal ... See MoreSee Less
Fingers crossed I get a shiny new one to take with me to Rotorua (WMWW) Raetihi, Kurow and Timaru (UYFB) over month of February. Bring it on!
Great work ladies 👍🏾✊🏾
Can’t wait to meet the ladies in Wyndham and Drummond this week!! And to work with the amazing Wendy Coup
Hello Marton and Woodville. Erica and I are heading your way.....
Yay! Looking styley. 👍🏻
As farmers we're increasingly facing new challenges and adapting to change in our farming businesses. Here's a chance to for farming partners to take time out to step back and look at the big picture together, then break it down into achievable, measurable steps. Create confidence in your farming future together. Register for Future Focus now at www.awdt.org.nz/futurefocus or call us on 06 375 8566 - thanks to Red Meat NZ #creatingpositivechange ... See MoreSee Less
Our first location for It's all about YOU 2020 is Masterton on 24 & 25 Feb. Becks Tosswill, a Wairarapa local and YOU graduate has shared her story of how It's all about YOU put clarity around her purpose, vision and new skillset - setting a pathway for her future.
Take time for YOU in 2020 and register at buff.ly/30ZbLdZ
Special thanks to Becks and our programme & strategic partners CRSSoftware & DairyNZ #supportedgrowth ... See MoreSee Less
Fantastic interview Becks, articulate and inspiring. Well done!
What a fantastic interview Becks Tosswill I am sure many Wairarapa women will be inspired by your messages of what it's meant for YOU by doing YOU, and what it could mean for them too!
Thank you Becks Tosswill. You remains a favorite of mine and its encouraged, supported and inspired 100s of women reconnect with themselves and the value they bring to all those around them
Love it, well done. And what a stunning farm you have to be inspired by
Well done Becks, fantastic interview xxx
Well spoken Becks. Congratulations
So inspiring Becks !! Nice job !
Well done Becks & AWDT team.
Outstanding ambassador Becks Tosswill 👍🏻😍
Nice work Becks!
Brilliant video Becks x
Nice one Becky Pykett! Go you! <3
Awesome Becks Tosswill!!
Awesome Becks Tosswill. Nailed it x
Well done Becks Tosswill
Love it Becks Tosswill!
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#EscalatorAlumni Lee-Ann Marsh - leadership in adapting, positioning, responding to change. Check out her profile below #creatingpositivechangeLee-Ann Marsh
Global Market Innovation Manager, Beef + Lamb New Zealand
Lee-Ann is an experienced global marketer specialising in innovation and consumer insights. She’s passionate about New Zealand’s primary industries and the transformational opportunities available. As the Global Market Innovation Manager for Beef + Lamb New Zealand, Lee-Ann’s role is to create value for the red meat sector by understanding and turning disruptive shifts into competitive advantage.
In 2018, Lee-Ann led a review of alternative proteins for the red meat sector which explored new food technologies, business models and the trends that are driving them. This work alongside a major project working with processing companies to identify potential new pathways to market is helping to position the sector to respond to forces of disruption and to ensure a sustainable future for the sheep and beef sector.
Lee-Ann graduated from the Agri Women’s Development Trust Escalator programme in 2019 and is committed to positioning NZ’s food and fibre sector as world leading by contributing through governance and other leadership activities in future. ... See MoreSee Less