New Zealand’s top 10 most influential women for 2015

Community and Not-for-Profit: Anti-violence and children’s advocate Stacey Shortall

“The award recognises the depth and breadth of her contribution and influence in her work with children. This includes developing a weekly homework club at a decile one school, initiatives in the battle against domestic violence, advocating against violence toward children and developing a prison programme to help jailed mothers maintain meaningful connections with their children.”

http://idealog.co.nz/workplace/2015/11/new-zealands-top-10-most-influential-women-2015

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