2012 Fiona Sage - Community Contribution
Fiona Sage is the very worthy recipient of the 2012 Anna Rennie Chapter International Women's Day Award.
For the past 18 years Fiona worked behind the scenes for the State Member for Port Adelaide.
A founding member of the Chapter, Fiona was chosen for the award in recognition of her services to local business and residents. Fiona is renown for her professionalism and very hard work and for wearing, the sometimes very painful consequences of, her job with great patience and dignity. A truly inspirational women.
Congratulations and thank you, Fiona!
2011 Michelle Morton - CRT Australia
On 8th March 2011, Michelle Morton was honoured with the inaugural Anna Rennie Chapter IWD Award.
In 2006 Michelle participated in a Young Business Accelerator Program being conducted by the North West Business Development Centre. Since then, Michelle has capitalised on her talents of determination, research, analysis, marketing, quality processing, problem solving... and charm... to become a leader in a new generation of highly ethical business people and a fabulous young woman.
Her 1st business E-Cycle Recovery was established in February 2006. Driven by her passionate concern for the environment, Michelle has since created a successful company that recycles all types of e-waste in an ethical, transparent and socially responsible manner. These values describe her approach to business and epitomise the way she lives her life.
2 years later, in 2008, her 2nd business, CRT Recycling Australia, was established. Up until that time not one business in Australia had the capacity to safely recycle the cathode ray tubes in television and computer monitors - CRT glass. So Michelle, seeing an opportunity, pulled out all stops to take it.
Congratulations, Michelle, and thanks for the inspiration!