My Story. Our Story
Hear about Ray Martin’s personal experience with domestic violence and discover how as a community, you can be part of the solution.
Ray and our panellists will start the conversation about changing our community attitudes, social norms and stereotypes towards Domestic Family Violence.
All proceeds from this event will support Wagga Women’s Health Centre
Genevieve Fleming, Vice President, Wagga Women's Health Centre
Genevieve has been a passionate advocate for women's issues through her many years of volunteer work with the Wagga Women’s Health Centre and Women in Business Wagga. As Chair of the Wagga Women's Health Centre Strategic Building Advisory Committee, Genevieve worked successfully with a team of community leaders to raise the funds required to purchase permanent accommodation for the Centre in Wagga's CBD.
Troy Fisher, Senior Constable Troy Fisher, School Liaison Police Officer
Troy works as a School Liaison Officer within Wagga’s Youth Crime Prevention command. Troy has a strong focus on crime prevention in schools, working with 30 high schools across our City educating youth on crime law and targeting current issues relating to crime in schools. Troy also works with our PCYC, delivering programs to young offenders, helping them get back on track.
Steve Meredith, Community Manager - NRL Respect
Steve Meredith works as a Community Manager at the NRL. Prior to this he was the Multicultural Development Officer at NSWRL and a Community Engagement Officer at the NRL after retiring from professional rugby league career. Born in the Pacific Island of Samoa and moving to Western Sydney at the age of 12, Steve has seen firsthand the ability of sport to promote positive change across diverse communities and creating opportunities for youth to achieve on and off the rugby league field. He played a significant role in the development of the NRL Voice Against Violence program which uses the powerful voice of the rugby league to prevent violence. The program is delivered across Australia and in the Pacific.
Date & Time:
Wednesday 5 June; 7:00pm
All tickets $10.00
Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre
Burns Way (off Tarcutta St)
Wagga Wagga NSW 2650