SOUTH West Sport's Change our Game breakfast on Friday is something the public shouldn't miss, according to Mark Jansz.
The Project Officer - Club Development and Planning - said the chance to hear stories and ask questions of Commonwealth Games gold medal winning javelin thrower Kathryn Mitchell and Western Bulldogs AFLW premiership coach Paul Groves could not be missed.
"Tickets are still available and the quality of the speakers is one thing to get people through door," he said of the event which starts at 7am at Warrnambool Greyhound Racing Club.
"It's a good opportunity to hear from leaders of women's sport who also have great messages to share to as many sporting clubs in gender equality on and off the field.
"Examples of what they are going to talk about are the push of AFLW and female Cricket as well as female inclusion in off-field leadership within roles traditionally held by males."
Jansz said both guests offered a unique perspective on the state of women's sport in Australia and across the world.
"Kathryn will talk about her story from a girl born in Casterton to world number one in her sport and her success over the last 19 months - including at the Commonwealth Games," he said.
"She will also talk about everything from gender equality to travel to what she has seen and her opinion on how we fair compared to what she has seen around the world."
"Paul will offer a point of view from the elite AFLW competition and his involvement with coaching the women's game to the Bulldogs winning a flag.
"There will be discussion in his game and his view on gender equality from an elite level and the key drivers behind that."
Jansz said there would be opportunities to listen and also ask questions to the two guests throughout the breakfast.
Tickets can be bought from the South West Sport website or on its Facebook page.
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