Join us for High Tea on Monday 8th March to celebrate International Women’s Day. We have invited 3 fabulous islanders to join us on the day, and to share a little of their life stories, their sources of inspiration, and their achievements in their careers and non-profit work.
International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. It is a day to celebrate women’s achievements, raise awareness about women’s equality and support female-focused charities.
The Sala Chaweng will prepare an array of sweet and savory snacks, including sandwiches, quiches and baked goods – along with a selection of scones, pastries and cakes; plus unlimited selection of tea or coffee.
We have invited 3 fabulous islanders to join us on the day, and to share a little of their life stories, their sources of inspiration, and their achievements in their careers and non-profit work.
Romi Grossberg is an author, holistic counsellor and social emotional educator. As an author she has published The 5-Minute Guide to Emotional Intelligence, The Key – A Social Emotional Toolkit for Teens and recently finished her memoir Hip Hop & Hope on her life as the Manager of a hip hop NGO in the slums of Phnom Penh Cambodia. In Thailand she now works as a holistic counsellor for adults, couples and teens.
Jenni Lipa was born in South Africa and has spent a lifetime traveling and working around the world. She now divides her time between New York and the island of Koh Samui in Thailand, where she rescues dogs, feeds baby elephants, and runs the Cambodian Community Dream Organization, an NGO she founded in 2007. With her 28 member Dream Team, Jenni and her nonprofit are devoted to helping the local community and improving the quality of life in Cambodia. They believe in a Hand up and Not a Hand out.
Susanne Stuart is an Australian Nurse, Actress, Psychotherapist & Hypnotherapist. She lived in Hong Kong for 22 years, working as a Therapist and Energy Healer and is now based in Samui. Susanne has led overseas spiritual journeys, worked as an indoor Air Pollution consultant and also created a Pole Dancing studio. Susanne also started computer & English courses for kids in Yangon, Myanmar. She is a mother to 2 children & 4 grandchildren.