ABC Friends Talk: Why the ABC Friends Matter

ABC Friends Talk: Why the ABC Friends Matter

The Northern Suburbs of Sydney branch of ABC Friends is holding a presentation on the subject : Why the ABC Friends Matter


Angela Williamson will share her insights into why ABC Friends is so important based on her over 25 years of service to the ABC Friends NSW & ACT Committee as its Honorary Secretary, Membership Secretary and Update National Newsletter Assistant Editor.  Since retiring from these roles she still remains active - this time as committee member of ABC Friends Southern Highlands Branch. 
Angela Williamson has a background in IT (before anyone called it IT) working for various private companies and public service in NZ, UK and Oz. She particularly enjoyed working to install and implement on-line real-time systems for the then publicly owned Medibank’s NSW offices. Angela's voluntary roles include active participation in Zonta International, National Trust of Qld and the Australian Independent School in Jakarta.

Angela continues her commitment and passion for a strong, independent and well funded national broadcaster - this time with the ABC Friends Southern Highlands Branch.

Listen to Angela's message 'Where would we be without the ABC'.

When: Thursday 10th August 2023

Time: 11.45am - 1pm

Where: Roseville Club, 64 Pacific Highway, Roseville - a short walk from Roseville Railway Station

Optional Lunch: Stay and enjoy lunch with ABC friends and supporters (at own expense)

Find out more about the Northern Suburbs of Sydney Branch.