Lowana brings together women from a variety of industries and ages for mutual support, insightful guidance, and lifelong learning. It aims to enrich women professionally and culturally through talks, workshops and activities that enabe them to positively contribute to their social environment.

Through sharing of inspirational journeys, authentic friendships and a spirit of collaboration, a new generation of young professional women are being empowered to participate in positions of leadership and positive influence across all sectors.

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IMPACT - Beyond Survival

What is IMPACT?

IMPACT has come about as a response to the growing demands that young professional women face in the workplace. The speaker series aims to address the question of how to meet and increasing workload and heightened expectations, while also making a lasting impact.

Through the advice of leading professionals in their fields, we tackle the questions:

  • How can I build confidence in my work when I am still learning?
  • Is it possible to be a great professional and maintain a steady work life balance?
  • What mentoring opportunities are available to me?

The speaker series is a space where young people from a variety of professional environments can hear questions and difficulties they face. It’s an opportunity to make new connections, and to challenge each other to be even better professionals.

2019 Dates

Creative Fringe Co-working Space 
6/51 York Rd, Jamisontown NSW 2750

Time: 10am - 11:30am

Cost: $10 + online registration

Speaker List:

  • 30 March > Joy Adan - The Western Sydney Myth: the unspoken curse on your professional life
  • 4 May > Amanda Rose - The Confident Leader: Leading from any rung of the ladder
  • 20 July > Vivian Michael - Competition of one: Courage to create your own career
  • September 28 > Keynote: Dr Mary Crock - Fundraising event / End of year Networking Mixer

Personal Project
Family Education Australia (FEA)

For young people facing their future - big decisions, that will affect the rest of their lives, are taken at this moment. Some topics and questions arise about professions, dating, marriage and the meaning of life. Throughout about six meetings these young professionals will discuss important issues that will help them make sound decisions in this important moment for their personal and professional future. Each course will have a schedule once a sufficient amount of people have registered their interest.

Commencing: 2019 dates TBA


Contact: Kristina - 0410 362 346


1st Monday of the month - Doctrine/Catechism Class
2nd Monday of the month - Meditation & Apologetics
3rd Monday of the month - Doctrine/Catechism Class
4th Monday of the monthRecollection and Talk


Lowana’s chaplain gives a 30 minute talk on helping individuals reflect on the gospel and put their faith into practice.

When: Every 2nd Monday of the month
Time: 7.00 - 7.30pm

Evenings of Recollections

When: Fourth Mondays
Time: 6.45pm – 9.00pm at Lowana
The priest is available to hear confessions from 6 pm.

  • Monday 25 February
  • Monday 25 March
  • Monday 29 April
  • Monday 27 May
  • Monday 18 June
  • Monday 22 July
  • Monday 26 August
  • Monday 23 September
  • Monday 28 October
  • Monday 25 November
  • Monday 9 December

Watch this space

Watch this space


Mama Lana’s Community Foundation

Mama Lana's is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to helping homeless and underprivileged community in the greater Penrith region.
When: TBA

To Volunteer: Please request to join the Young Professionals Watsapp group to be notified of future Community Service events.

Teresa - 0413 694 724

The D.R.E.A.M Project

Founded in 2015, The DREAM Project provides a source of inspiration and motivation for high school students with refugee background to integrate with the Australian community. We do this by helping them with their studies, preparing them for work and just being their friend.

Be a D.R.E.A.M Volunteer:

Busy Bees

When: 2019 dates TBA
Time: 1:30 - 3:30pm
Cost: $50 for 2 hours

Lowana Busy Bees is a volunteer program which is also a fundraising initiative. All proceeds go to supporting Lowana and all her many educational activities. This fundraising initiate is a joint effort across all of Lowana's clubs: High School, University Students, Young Professionals and Women's groups.

All Lowana Busy Bees are professionally trained to deliver quality housekeeping services including: bathrooms, dusting, vacuuming, ironing, windows and extras e.g. blinds

To Volunteer

Young Professional women volunteers who can drive and/or own a vehicle are encouraged to volunteer driving younger volunteers (in highschool and university groups) to the venues booked for services. 

You may also request training if you would like to help with house keeping services. Training can be arranged in groups based on demand and availability.

Kristina 0452 426 142

To Book Services

Young Professional women may also book services for their own homes. All proceeds will go to supporting Lowana activites. 

Ciantal 0433 671 344

Watch this space


April 27-29, 2019

Where: Kenthurst Study Centre, 231 Pitt Town Rd, Kenthurst NSW 2156

Cost: Various (Check the Flyer)

Activity Times
Start: 8:00pm on the first day |  Finish: 4:00pm on the last day

Make a Booking
To book a retreat you must be a registered user.
Please go to:

For more information
Please contact Shane Carter
m 0401 513 528 | e

Join the Young Professionals group chat on Whatsapp

to stay up to date throughout the year!

For more information please contact:
0431 653 598 or Anna 0404 114 110

Pledge a Donation to Lowana

Make a one-time or regular monetary gift. All donations are tax-deductible.