Hard work does not have a gender – International Women’s Day

By on March 1, 2019

Caitlin Wood is a 21 year old Australian racing driver, she is the first Australian woman to compete successfully on the European stage of Motorsport with the goal of becoming the first woman to win the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Join us for our International Women’s Day meetup where you will hear from Caitlin and meet a great group of like-minded women.

Caitlin will touch on the following topics:

  • Her Racing Story:
    How it started, sacrifices, hurdles and how Caitlin overcame them
  • Being a woman in a male dominated sport/industry:
    Having to work twice as hard for the same amount of respect and why she loves the challenge
  • Hard work does not have a gender”:
    Inspiring people to achieve their goals and to work as hard as possible for what they want
  • The Racing Line:
    The characteristics of the car and essentially how to go fast
  • Fitness:
    The strains on the body, managing fatigue and concentration levels

The event Hard work does not have a gender – International Women’s Day will be held at WeWork (41 Corsham St) on Thursday 7th March 2019.

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