Who are we?
Women’s Wellbeing Association is guided by women who are passionate and dedicated volunteers who hold and steer her adventures. We are diverse in our life experience, knowledge and backgrounds and are here to create change and inspire women to step into their wisdom and strength while softening into their hearts as we walk together in our lives.
Julie Hauritz: President
Hello to all the beautiful souls out there who find themselves reading this page.
I’m excited to be working with an amazing and dedicated group of women who are contributing to this amazing organisation. I feel very blessed to hold space for the shinning of all these women as we rise together for 2020 and behond.
I am empowered and inspired by the deep connectedness that Women’s Wellbeing can offer. I first began my journey with her over 10 years ago. As a committment to this role, I bring my deep heart, laughter, joy and openness to hold whatever I need to to support WWA.
My background is as an artist, teacher, curator and creator. I embody the spirit and energy of trees and my deepest memories from childhood are in nature. Woven into my being is a vision of the wisdom of women, inspiring humanity to be more gentle and inclusive for all.
Marie Kaye Crawford: Vice President
I am honoured and very privileged to be the Vice President for WWA.
I have been involved in this awesome Sisterhood since 2010 when I was invited to facilitate at the Annual EveryWoman Gathering. The gathering changed my life, showed me I had a place to belong, where Woman accept and embrace each other and so my journey with WWA began.
I am a Mother to 3 amazing children and I have my business, ‘Marie Kaye – Counselling and Energy Healing’, which I love and adore and keeps me busy. I look forward to the path ahead and feel so excited and blessed to be part of the committee for WWA with a fantastic, talented and vibrant group of Women.
Caitlin Roy: Treasurer
Women’s Wellbeing has literally changed me and my life! It is important to me that Her message of self-actualisation reaches far and wide. Woman by woman, family by family and community by community.
I have been associated with WWA for many years and my cup is constantly being filled by Her. By my dear sisters, who have become great friends and by the men who are part of Men’s Wellbeing Assoc.
I have six children and am recently separated from my husband of 27 years. It is not an easy path but one that both Men’s and Women’s Wellbeing has helped us traverse with (mostly) grace and mutual respect.
Kathryn Forster: Secretary
WWA has been a part of my life for over 10 years. I have been on the committee in various roles during that time – I keep bouncing back to this sisterhood of women who are dedicated to empowering women and who consistently advocate connection, non-judgement and being responsible for your own path. I treasure these attributes and find them of value in all relationships. I will be supporting WWA in her efforts to bring women (and men) together… to help her weave her magic in our bodies, minds and souls, to the enrichment of all.
I am a mother of 1 and a partner to Mark my amazing other half. I have a background in admin and currently work part-time in that field. I also follow my bliss by playing the harp and creating inspirational music (and vocals) for wellbeing, enjoyment and fun, performing for parties, high teas and nursing homes.
Support Committee: Kerry Behrend, Kathy Ward, Amala Rose, Beverley Young.
Gathering Commitee: Janine Lynch, Amala Rose, Penny Hayes and Kerry Behrend