Women and Revolution is now accepting memberships for women working within the wine industry.

The network launched in Sydney last week and aims to support the next generation of women working in the winemaking sector.

“We identified that women are often locked out of roles that facilitate growth, education and networking opportunities,” says Women and Revolution Co-founder and President Bridget Raffal.

“You can’t get the job if you don’t have the education and training, and you can’t get the education and training if you don’t have the job.”

The initiative is welcoming all women in various sectors of the industry from distribution and retail to hospitality, education, journalism, viticulture and winemaking.

A year-long membership provides access to educational and coaching opportunities such as masterclasses, debating and public speaking.

Workshops will cover topics including salary negotiation, leadership and work-life balance.

“We’re hoping to break the cycle by offering education and coaching so that women learn how to speak with authority and how to occupy space in the conversation,” says Raffal.

Memberships are $30 per annum and provide unlimited access to events and support networks.

Sydney events will commence by the end of 2021, with other cities starting next year.

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