October 21 - The Never Never Photographic exhibition - More information November 2 - AAA Melbourne Cup Party at The Liberty - Register November 4 - AAA Benefit Dinner 2015 - Save the date November 5 - Morning Tea for all AWNY members - RSVP November 9 - The Emotional Transition of Moving to New York - Register
Our AWNY Facebook page hit 1450 likes this month and it's great to see which blog posts are generating the most interest from members. Faces of AWNY profiles, work-related experiences in NYC, and the 'My Neighborhood' series are proving to be the most popular. The AWNY event reviews and the 'What's On' monthly list of happenings also generate a lot of traffic. The AWNY Communications Team want to continue to provide you with relevant, informative, and engaging posts, and your contributions help tremendously! Your New York experience is different and unique and AWNY members want to read about it, so put pen to paper and send a post in for the blog. If you can't find the time to write one up, just send through a brief synopsis of your post and then a member of the Communications Team will help with the rest.
We hope you're having a great October and we look forward to seeing you at the AWNY morning tea event on November 5th or at one of the other AWNY events coming up soon.
AWNY Communications Lead
AWNY Mums & Dad's Update
Anita Davidson provides great tips and recommendations for winter gear for tots. It was one of our most popular posts this month and not to be missed if you need to prep for the cold! Read more
Faces of AWNY
Highlighting Aussie gals achieving amazing things in this city is what Faces of AWNY is all about. This month we profile Elizabeth Aris, CEO of MOSH. Read more
Job hunting in NYC
Kelli Armstrong candidly talks about her job searching experiences in NYC, provides tips on where to direct job searching effort, and proves that effort pays off in the end. Read more
Skye Cleary takes us on a guided cocktail tour of Brooklyn in this month's feature post
Coming Soon! Posts to look out for on the AWNY blog
AWNY Communications Lead Joanna Hishon interviews Jean Gilmer from Syracuse, NY, one of 15,000 Australian War Brides who immigrated to the USA after WW2, and Nicole Hansen shares the story and history of these amazing women.
Newly Appointed AAA Events and Membership Manager, Anna McCrea, tells us about her local neighborhood, Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Erin Hammond shares her J1 Visa experience.
Author Skye Cleary reviews the fantastically raunchy AWNY Event: Sex Dating and Desire with Bettina Arndt.
Australian Women in New York (AWNY) is a volunteer program of the American Australian Association (AAA). The American Australian Association strengthens and encourages ties between the United States and Australia through corporate, educational, economic, social and cultural activities and people to people exchange.
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