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  • Kathryn Selby

    Kathryn Selby

    Joined: Jul 2014

    Artistic Director of both Selby & Friends and A Little Lunch Music, Kathyrn Selby AM is an internationally recognized, dynamic Australian pianist whose entrepreneurial skills and encouragement for young artists are widely acclaimed. She presents concerts around the country and is a teacher and mentor to aspiring young musicians.

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Articles to Inspire and Educate

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    The profits from her small business activities and the money she saves through the Village Savings and Loans Group, support Edda and her family to prosper.

    By CARE Australia
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    As a nation we’re used to discussing our ageing population in terms of a ‘challenge to be overcome’. Research in regional Australia suggests this would benefit from reframing.

    By Ruby Connection
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    I've always considered myself a rebel of sorts, even though all my friends at the Christian ecumenical high school I went to didn't see it that way.

    By Yassmin AbdelMagied
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    Ethical Fashion – in the hands of the United Nations this is no oxymoron. Ethical Fashion is a valuable, responsible initiative providing people with dignified, fairly paid work. It empowers women and reduces extreme poverty.

    By Louise Upton
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