Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

The first female TV current affairs reporter in South Australia will address a group of powerhouse women tomorrow on “The Power of Failure”.

Paula Nagel, today a business mentor and Order of Australia recipient, will address members and guests of The Adelaide Network [TAN] at Sosta on Rundle Street.

Ms Nagel was awarded her OA medal for her contribution to the state’s education, arts and community, including as a board member of the of State Opera and the Jam Factory.

She will talk about the Power of Failure and share her personal story of being a thriving cancer survivor.

Tania Pradun, founder and President of The Adelaide Network, says Paula would inspire the attendees.

“TAN represents women of all walks of life, and we have all faced unique challenges,” Ms Pradun said. “We invite inspirational women to share their experiences with us and I know Paula’s keynote will have an impact on us all.”

Founded 14 years ago, The Adelaide Network was the first cross-industry, female networking group to focus on making real connections outside the confines of online networks. The uniquely intimate format of TAN allows for one person from each industry to be represented. The invitation-only monthly events are incredibly diverse and valuable, with both men and women welcome.  This year TAN is extending its reach to other regions throughout South Australia where business women may feel isolated from central city events.

For more information or to request an invitation to this event, please contact Tania Pradun. 

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