Pacific women are a diverse and dynamic group of individuals, with unique cultures, experiences, and perspectives....
Paint With Me: Jessie-Rae Costello
Painting with the GIFT of Giving. Jessie shares her story as a travelling artist and how she adapted in times of COVID19.
Beautiful Makeup: Marina Davis
An incredible and most extraordinary experience for our Pacific women local and internationally to share the reality of a successful woman’s journey – Ms Marina Davis!
The Standing Ovation Interview with the Honourable Fiamē Naomi Mata’afa and her friends
This year Samoa elected a woman as its head of government, only the second Pacific Island nation to do so – thanks in part to a network of women friends who supported her every step of the way.
Women in Leadership
COVID-19 brings the world to a halt, and we embraced the change to a virtual world, celebrating International Women’s Day 2021 talking to Pacific women leading the way.
Equal for Equal
International Women’s Day Celebration 2020, PWPBN’s 4th International Women’s Day, celebrating this year’s theme ‘Each for Equal’.
PWPBN celebrates International Women’s Day
“tiny droplets of us together can make an ocean of difference” Oceanic pride at its finest radiated as the Pacific Women’s Professional and Business Network (PWPBN) Inc. celebrated International Women’s Day, included stalls showcasing and selling products from businesses owned by Pacific women.
More Powerful Together
International Women’s Day “More Powerful Together” Awards Dinner 2019 pays tribute to brilliant Pacific women living in Australia who are driving important change through their passions and purpose.
Leave No Woman Behind
Inspiring change for a better future for our Pacific girls and women requires Pacific women not only to be seen, but to be heard
Celebrate Pacific Women Brilliance
Celebrating International Women’s Day 2017 “Celebrate Brilliance” event was hosted by the Pacific Women’s Professional and Business Network (PWPBN), inspired a commitment of over 100 women who attended the event in celebration and recognition of the achievements of Pacific women within the field of business and other professions.