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2022.03.08 Desiree G Woman of the Year 2022


Desiree Georgiou is being celebrated with a Local Woman of the Year Award in recognition of the significant contribution she has made to the Albury community.

Member for Albury Justin Clancy MP congratulated Desiree on the honour, acknowledging her hard work for the region.

“Desiree is a powerhouse figure in the border’s business world - becoming Chair of Business Women Albury -Wodonga in 2020 after joining in 2019, and not only chairs the not-for-profit organisation, but runs her own successful business, Fashion Fingers Nail and Beauty Salon in Albury,” Mr Clancy said.

“Desiree continues to make an incredible contribution to her community with an unflagging passion to make our region a better place.”

“She has a deep passion and commitment to elevate and give back to the Albury community, and it is wonderful to see her receive this recognition”

The Local Woman of the Year Awards is an annual program which recognises and celebrates the support women give to their local communities across NSW.

Minister for Women Bronnie Taylor congratulated the State’s Local Women of the Year Award recipients.

“These women are the backbone of their communities, volunteering their time and energy to make a positive difference,” she said.

“I would like to acknowledge their significant efforts to support their local communities and thank them for all the amazing work they do.”

The Local Woman of the Year Awards are one way the NSW Government celebrates the achievements of women as part of International Women’s Day on March 8 2022.