2023 International Women's Day Breakfast

The All Hallows’ Past Pupils’ Committee invites you to join us for the 2023 IWD Breakfast on Friday March 10 from 7.00am at Cloudland, 641 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley.

We are thrilled and proud to offer another discussion based, guest panel event where two fabulous past pupils, Lauren Zanetti (Class of 2000) and Amy Illidge (Class of 1994)

will explore the 2023 theme #embrace equity by sharing their different perspectives, stories and experiences with moderator, journalist and TODAY show presenter, Aislin Kriukelis (Class of 2002).

It is sure to be an inspiring, interesting and uplifting conversation about the challenges of creating and fairer and more inclusive world from a global to a grass roots level, from the professional to the deeply personal.

The breakfast format will be ‘express’ service with share platters and long table seating. Come with a friend or a group or come as you are and join in the collective All Hallows’ sisterhood.

Please note, this event is not restricted to AHS past pupils. Family, friends or colleagues all welcome.


Tickets cost $55 per person and are available to purchase here. Please RSVP by March 1, 2023.


The fabulous IWD raffle is back. More details to come. If you are unable to join us on the day you are encouraged to support the raffle.

All proceeds go toward the Past Pupils’ Legacy, Catherine McAuley Bursary and other charitable initiatives.

Raffle tickets can be purchased here or on the day.

Guest speakers


Lauren Zanetti, a former lawyer and Acting Director, International Engagement and Business and Human Rights at the Australian Human Rights Commission, now works with businesses to help them understand and address human rights issues, such as modern slavery, in their global operations and supply chains.


Amy Illidge is a mother of six, former radiation therapist now medical doctor on the Physician pathway program, advocate and founder/director of Fight4Balance, a charity inspired by her own family’s journey, which focusses on inclusivity and positivity for adolescents with disabilities and their families.

Aislin Kriukelis (O’Connor, Class of 2002) studied Journalism and Arts at the University of Queensland and went on to work for the ABC and Channel 7. Aislin is currently a Brisbane-based reporter for Channel 9’s TODAY show. Aislin was a Prefect and House Sport Captain during her time at All Hallows’ School.

Further information

For further information, please contact Maree Nugent (Past Pupils' Liaison) on 3230 9424 or via email at ppa@ahs.qld.edu.au.