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CEOs swap boardroom for dance floor to fight DV

ELENA Gosse, CEO of Australian Innovative Systems, is taking part in the Dancing CEOs event, to raise awareness and funds for women affected by domestic violence.

She has a Facebook page to promote her Dancing CEOs campaign: www.facebook. com/ElenaGosseDanc ingCEO.

Dancing CEOs is an annual gala event that supports the Women's Legal Service.

See Brisbane's leading CEOs swap the boardroom for the City Hall dance floor to raise funds for the prevention of domestic violence.

As part of Elena's fundraising efforts she has a goal to reach 500 High Fives, with each $5 donation equalling one High Five against domestic violence.

All funds raised will go to the Women's Legal Service Queensland.

As well as her day job, Elena is a board member of the Queensland Government's Red Tape Advisory Committee and Access Community Services.

She supports Rotary International, the Queensland Russian Community Centre and The Salvation Army.

Elena is a member of Rotary Club of Brisbane's High-Rise Breakfast Club.

She is also involved with the Queensland University of Technology's career mentor scheme, and a former chair (Qld) and national advisory board member of the Australian Businesswomen's Network.

Elena also supports the CEED program, which provides university students with the opportunity to complete industry-based work experience.

Elena iassists migrants and refugees through her work as a board member for not-for-profit organisation Access Community Services Limited.

Visit www.dancingceos. com.au.

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