Man, I feel like a woman: Claire Braund dances 90s-style for cancer cause


From chairing a board to treading the boards WOB Executive Director Claire Braund, is hitting the dance floor - 90s style - to help people affected by cancer.


This week, Friday 13 May, Claire will be 'Dancing with the Stars' in front of a packed theatre on the NSW Central Coast to raise money for the NSW Cancer Council. 

“While it's not quite the Opera House, it is still the first (and only!) time that I plan to dance on stage in front of a live audience,” said Claire.

“I was asked to do a 90's routine (my best era as University pals can attest to), so my dance coach Mariah and I chose "Man! I Feel Like A Woman" by Shania Twain.

“The fun fact is that I was allowed a 'back-up dancer' so I managed to convince my 16-year-old daughter Lucy to step onto the stage with her mum. Not sure if she did it out of kindness or pity.”

Aside from attending dance lessons, dress rehearsals and live performance, Claire’s goal is to also raise $5000.

As part of her fundraising efforts, Claire has 10 donated prizes to win, as part of the Stars of the Central Coast Raffle 2022.

“Women on Boards has donated 8 prizes to support my fundraising efforts and the fabulous team at Five Star Day Spa in Erina has also donated two $250 gift vouchers,” said Claire.

Prizes include:

  • Five x WOB Build your Board CV Course and personal 30-minute CV review with Claire, RRP $285 each.
  • Three $100 vouchers to spend on any Women on Boards product or service, including membership 
  • Two x $250 gift vouchers to Five Star Day Spa

Help Claire reach her target

To purchase raffle tickets, which are $25 each, click this link or scan the QR code.
Visit Claire's Stars of the Central Coast fundraising page here.

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