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New chapter for writers' group

New Writers' Group president Lorraine Mouaffi.
New Writers' Group president Lorraine Mouaffi.

THE Coffs Harbour Writers' Group has a newly elected President.

Lorraine Mouafi brings to the group more than 20 years senior business management experience, including strengths on methods of improving communication processes.

Lorraine's background includes the identification and implementation of e-newsletters and web-board communication tools for one of the state's largest government agencies.

Her writing skills include business newsletters and she was a contributing author of an educational book, 'What my Favourite Teacher Taught Me' and is currently writing her memoirs.

She is an enthusiastic person who encourages others and has willingness for change, especially with bringing the digital media world closer for Co.

Lorraine is currently writing her autobiography.

The writers group is currently embarking on the development of their first website, where members can gain exposure for their works and to be a portal for strengthening Coffs Harbour as having a viable writers group.

The plan over the coming year is to build upon what has occurred over the past years by encouraging it's members to advance their writing skills, through the provision of learning opportunities in the form of seminars, workshops and guest speakers.

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