Important: This event replaces our normal Tuesday breakfast and is not being held at the RACV Club. Details of venue and booking details below.

During Cultural Diversity Week (16-24 March 2019) Rotary Central Melbourne (RCM) will be celebrating the diversity of ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical abilities, religious and political beliefs, or other ideologies within Rotary International.

On 19 March 2019 RCM invites you to join us for a special breakfast at William Angliss Institute to celebrate the diversity that exists within the Rotary International family in Australia and around the world.


WHERE: Angliss Restaurant, 550 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne 3000

TIME: 7.15am for 7.30am

TICKETS: $50.00 per person, includes breakfast, tea and coffee


Emma Gee is an acclaimed International Inspirational Speaker & Author, offering her thoughts and solutions on person-centred care and resilience through her keynote presentations, workshops and consultancy. With a background in Occupational Therapy and as a Stroke Survivor, Emma is a renowned expert and a living example of what it takes to step in another’s shoes and truly bounce back in life. Through her inspiring presentations, Emma is able to both captivate and challenge her audiences to consider what IS possible in their own lives.

Learning to speak again post-stroke, and realising the importance of sharing her story to help others, were the catalysts for Emma taking on speaking professionally. Today, and thousands of presentations later, Emma as an Inspirational Speaker has incredibly broad client group: from healthcare (associations, hospitals and rehabilitation facilities); businesses & corporate events; community organisations; through to educational facilities. She has also just published her first book entitled Reinventing Emma.

Emma is passionate about enhancing person-centred service delivery and resilience in the lives of all she works with and promises to leave her audiences inspired to bounce back and step up. Emma Gee’s signature phrase is “that it’s not what happens to you that matters, it’s how you choose to deal with it!” will see her audiences moving past life’s hurdles to what’s possible.

Proceeds of this event will go towards supporting the Hope Scholarships for disadvantaged youth