GITH invites you to celebrate women across Malta and Gozo.
From Wolf to Winfrey and Pankhurst to Pink the world has seen many a fierce female stand out from the crowd and enthuse a generation. But let’s look a little closer to home. Within ourselves and our communities, we will find an abundance of inspiration and many a sister to celebrate, right on our doorstep. Take this journey with us…
GITH Woman is proudly sponsored by Mamma Mia from David’s bakery Gozo LTD
In line with International Women’s Day next month, we’re inviting you to share in a collection of conversations had with some truly magnificent women across the Maltese islands, all of which have at least five things in common.
- Connection. They have all connected with themselves and aligned with their soul’s purpose.
- Creativity. They have had a vision and created something viable from that vision.
- Collaboration. They have collaborated with others to turn their visions into reality.
- Communication. They are communicating their purpose to the world.
For those that are still with me, yes I did say five things. The fifth is that they are all bringing their art, their purpose, their souls journey, their love to the world in honour of service. They are all tapping into their inner warrioress, speaking their truth and showing UP!
Can I get an Amen!?
We’re proud to have David’s Bakery Gozo on this journey with us. Not to be confused with the bakery in Malta by the same name, this super-star Gozitan bakery has recently launched a really tasty new product to their long list of offerings. Now…I love bread but unfortunately, it just doesn’t like me. I always feel fairly lumpy and heavy after eating it and so when I heard about Mamma Mia, the bread hand made at David’s Bakery Gozo, I was really excited to know more. It is specially formulated for women, fortified and jammed packed with vitamins and minerals too so it doesn’t leave you feeling like you’ve overdone the carbs. My only issue is, my husband really likes it too. Bah!
Get To Know The GITH Women
What can we learn from these ladies? What is it that makes them unique? What drives and inspires them? WHAT BOOKS DO THEY READ? What makes them proud of themselves?
We spoke with Angele Guiliano & Maryrose Francica from The Foundation For Women Entrepreneurs. We caught up with Sarah Woods from SHE and Joanna Spiteri Staines, the Architect responsible for the new Gozo museum and Council member of Din l-Art Helwa. We chatted with Interiors expert Vera Sant Fournier, Sustainability advocate and business owner Gayle Murphy, Performer and TV Host Ira Losco, Sanya owner Yasmin Di Giorgio, The Commissioner for Animal Welfare, Alison Bezzina, Salon owner Tracey Mizzi, The Honourable Dr Justyne Caruana and Cultural connoisseur Louise Cutajar.
There is something very special about having an authentic and honest conversation with someone. When a simple ‘How Are You?’ is met with utter transparency an authentic dialogue is born that can become comforting, supportive, encouraging, and hopeful, as opposed to disguised and unseen. When someone is really heard, that bond can deepen and all manners of things can take place within that exchange.
Once you have opened up, it sets the tone of that conversation and enables everyone to have freedom of expression. Sometimes just an ear is required, or to show some concern for another’s wellbeing. Something might resonate with us, make us smile, laugh or even trigger a sticky point of envy, despair, or rage. Either way, we are meant to do that for each other. We are meant to arouse and ignite, learn and heal whilst becoming better humans in the process.
We hope a little something within these wonderful GITH Woman conversations inspires, motivates or empowers you in your own paths, and above all, we hope that it might ignite some meaningful conversations for you and those around you.
Let’s. GITH Woman
Our first conversation launches on March 1st. Feel free to leave comments, get in touch, and share your stories with us. Let’s make more effort to support, encourage and celebrate each other.