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Honour roll

November 29th, 2021Honour roll

Women leading their communities through disaster, helping address cybercrime and lifting up vulnerable communities are some of the 23 inductees to the Victorian Honour Roll of Women this year.

Women leading their communities through disaster, helping address cybercrime and lifting up vulnerable communities are some of the 23 inductees to the Victorian Honour Roll of Women this year.
Minister for Women Gabrielle Williams announced the 2021 Victorian Honour Roll of Women inductees – women from all walks of life who have made outstanding contributions to the Victorian community.
Among them is Central Highlands resident Taryn Lane, pictured, who was inducted as a trailblazer for her pioneering work as a community development practitioner in community energy and community-led climate transitions, co-founding RE-Alliance and the Coalition for Community Energy.
Taryn is a community energy advocate/consultant and also manager at Hepburn Community Wind Farm.
Ms Williams said women made outstanding contributions in every aspect of people’s lives “and through the Honour Roll we’re pleased to celebrate and recognise some of these significant and lasting contributions”.
“Celebrating the achievements of women of all backgrounds and experiences helps open the door for the next generation of outstanding women to be leaders.



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