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Sue Maslin – Inducted into the 2018 Victorian Honour Roll of Women

By March 9, 2018Awards, news

Congratulations to Sue Maslin, who has again been been formally recognised for her life-long commitment to gender equality, and who today, was inducted into the Victorian Honour Roll of Women.

The Victorian Honour Roll of Women is an ongoing, year round, program which recognises and celebrates the wide-ranging and lasting contributions made by Victorian women. The women acknowledged have demonstrated outstanding leadership and excellence in their field of expertise, interest or endeavour.

In 2018, Sue has been recognised for her relentless passion and advocacy in enhancing the roles of women both on screen and behind the camera.

What an incredible achievement.

The Victorian Honour Roll of Women is a reminder of the strength of women in Victoria.

“Too often the achievements and contributions made by women are not recognised. This year’s inductees have left a huge impact on their communities and the Honour Roll acknowledges them.”

“As Minister for Women, I am privileged every day to meet and work with incredible women who make Victoria the great state that it is. Today I’ve had the honour of recognising the work of twenty outstanding leaders.”

– Minister for Women Natalie Hutchins