Women's Honour Roll

Cr Tim Drylie - Heather Mutimer - Claire Culley - Cr Lesley Hewitt - Hon Catherine King MP - Joanne Pegg - Jack Pegg - Elaine Morrison

IWD 2022 (Left to right) - Cr Tim Drylie, Heather Mutimer, Claire Culley, Cr Lesley Hewitt, Hon Catherine King MP, Joanne Pegg, Jack Pegg and Elaine Morrison

International Women’s Day is celebrated across the world on 8 March each year. The purpose of the day is to recognise women and their achievements.

In 2005, the Heather Mutimer Honour Roll was established to pay tribute to the women in the Hepburn Shire whose contributions, courage and examples have led to significant social change for women.

The roll provides a forum to acknowledge women who have made a difference in our Shire. By acknowledging these women, past and present, they become role models for generations to come.

Past recipients

2022 - 2020 Recipients

2022 Recipients(DOCX, 199KB)

• Joanne Pegg

2021 Recipients(DOCX, 726KB)

  • Frances Fiddian
  • Betty Johns
  • Verena Doyle

2020 Recipients(DOCX, 336KB)

  • Arlene Geoffrey
  • Dallas Kinnear
  • Loretta Little
  • Sarah Glenny (posthumous)

2019 - 2016 Recipients

2019 Recipients(DOCX, 3MB)

  • Donna Cooper
  • Caelli Greenbank
  • Margret Lockwood
  • Kathleen Morrison
  • Rozanne Moynihan (posthumous)

2018 Recipients(DOCX, 477KB)

  • Annelise (Mara) Macs
  • Rosemary Wilson
  • Maureen Corbett
  • Annie Smithers
  • Bessie Harrison Lee (posthumous)

2017 Recipients(DOCX, 145KB)

  • Kit Manning
  • Jenny Beacham
  • Candy Broad
  • Elsie Miller

2016 Recipients(DOCX, 26KB)

  • Gale Orford
  • Julie Ingleby

2015 - 2010 Recipients

2015 Recipients(DOCX, 270KB)

  • Carol White
  • Tina Banitska
  • Michelle Leishman
  • Alla Wolf-Tasker
  • Catherine (Kit) Trewhella (posthumous)

2014 Recipients(DOCX, 47KB)

  • Elizabeth Hepburn (posthumous)

2013 Recipients(DOCX, 40KB)

  • Susan Dennett (Su)
  • Nettya Tulku-Rose

2012 Recipients(DOCX, 38KB)

  • Susan Maree Waters
  • Valmai Heap (posthumous)

2011 Recipients(DOCX, 55KB)

  • Julieanne Regan
  • Rhonda Smith
  • Margaret Giles

2010 Recipients(DOCX, 227KB)

  • Sally Lea McRae
  • Winifred Marigold Elliot (Meg)

 

2009 - 2005 Recipients

2009 Recipients(DOCX, 27KB)

  • Kathleen Brown
  • Lisa Jane Gervasoni
  • Kathy Elizabeth Watt
  • Margaret Laurus Grenfell (Posthumous)

2008 Recipients(DOCX, 45KB)

  • Patricia Ann Tinetti (Trish)
  • Mary Catherine Walsh
  • Marjorie White
  • Susan Marguerite Gunningham (Posthumous)
  • Deaconess Georgina Marines Harvey (Posthumous)
  • Elizabeth Sewell (Posthumous)

2007 Recipients(DOCX, 36KB)

  • Phyllis Pollard
  • Kathie Hollis
  • Laurice Newman
  • Alice Foley (Posthumous)
  • Maude Glover-Fleay (Posthumous)
  • Rev Jean Dara DeMurashkin (Posthumous)

2006 Recipients(DOCX, 46KB)

  • Elizabeth Palmer Northcott
  • Alice Robertson
  • Pearl Millane (Posthumous)
  • Grace Bremner (Posthumous)
  • Sarah Whiteley (Posthumous)
  • Margaret Cross (Posthumous)
  • Thelma Annear (Posthumous)

2005 Recipients(DOCX, 32KB)

  • Dr Gweneth Wisewould (Posthumous)
  • Jean Elizabeth Peart M.B.E. (Posthumous)
  • May Evelyn Lay B.E.M.
  • Florence Montgomery Brooke

 

Nomination process

We call for nominations in September/October each year. Nominations for 2023 have now closed.

The International Women's Day Honour Roll Advisory Committee makes recommendations to Council on up to five recipients each year. Posthumous nominations can also be submitted. 

Nominations can be submitted under one or more of the following categories:

  • Trailblazer: an inspiring role model who effectively leads the way for women starting out in a field that is traditionally male-dominated and has significant barriers for women
  • Local champion: a dedicated member of their community who has used their skills and expertise in a voluntary or professional capacity
  • Change agent: a woman who has made an enduring commitment in their field of expertise, interest or endeavour that has brought about significant and lasting change
  • Emerging leader: a young woman redefining leadership in their career, field or passion
  • Leading through disaster: a woman has led their organisation or community in disaster preparedness and response at a grassroots, state or global level.

For further information read the current nomination form(DOCX, 116KB).