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Kay Lloyd, Think Purple Art Studios
Artist Kay Lloyd started Think Purple Art Studios in regional Tweed Heads in 2016, with an aim to bring her community together through art, and provide a safe place for people to connect with their creativity. With a background in fine arts, Kay provides an environment that encourages all to find self expression, confidence and self awareness as they create art.Read more
Retail Gender Equality Progress Report January 2020
Over 880 brands now meet Femeconomy's approval criteria of at least 30% women on the Board or 50% female owned. When we started Femeconomy it was just over 700. It is important to communicate and celebrate the positive progress that companies are making towards gender equality.Read more
Femeconomy Connection: Daina Hogan, Fun Time Performers
Daina Hogan started Fun Time Performers based at picturesque Banora Point nearly two decades ago in 2000, fulfilling her life long dream of owning a Performing Arts School. Transitioning between Primary School Teaching and her own venture Fun Time Performers has enabled her to blend her work and family life, as her young family has grown.
Fun Time Performers provides a safe and happy environment for children to experience the joys of dance, drama and singing. Daina is highly qualified, holding a Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Theatre, a Performer’s Certificate in Speech and Drama from Trinity College London, and passing Senior Level Exams in Ballet at the Royal Academy of Ballet, and Singing at Trinity College London.
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