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Heather receives Achievement Honour

Jun. 25th | Posted by 1 comments

Heather Carine accepting Penguin Club Certificate of Achievement award_croppedIn Adelaide, South Australia, AIIP member Heather Carine was honoured with a Certificate of Achievement from The Penguin Club, a public speaking group for women.

The Penguin Club Certificate of Achievement recognises the contributions made by a member in community and professional life, using her speaking skills developed in The Penguin Club.

Heather received the honour in recognition of her involvement with the Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP), speaking at AIIP conferences in the US, and conference planning for the 2014 and 2015 Conferences.

In receiving the honour, Heather said “These are two very important groups in my life, and it was lovely to receive an honour connecting the two groups”.

About Heather Carine:
Heather Carine is Principal of Carine Research ( ), a specialist market intelligence research service for companies wanting to connect the dots in their market. Carine Research is based in Adelaide, South Australia.

Heather has promoted AIIP visibility in Australia and internationally as part of her business and by presenting well-received sessions at three AIIP conferences.

For the AIIP 2014 Conference in Baltimore, she organised the pre-conference workshops, and the tips sessions which take place during the Conference, and will be doing the same for the AIIP 2015 Conference in California.

She has been editor of the AIIP quarterly online journal, is facilitator of the Asia-Pacific local group, and is Chair of the local groups committee. Heather was honoured by AIIP in 2013 with the Pam Wegmann International Award to recognise the contributions made by a member of the Association who lives outside of North America.

About The Penguin Club:
The Penguin Club is a speaking club for women, with a vision to empower women by giving them guidance and opportunities to develop the confidence and communication skills needed to hold office in business and community organisation, or to fulfil their personal goals.

In over 30 groups across Australia, our members practice prepared and impromptu speeches, participate in workshops, gain experience in running meetings and confidence in communicating.

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  1. Margherita Feutrill says:

    Very deserved, Carine is an asset to the Club, well respected in the business world and a brilliant communicator.

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