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2020 Female Leader Conversations EZine, Issue 1

2019’s Women for Media report states women represent 18% of sources in business reporting. Femeconomy’s female leader interviews with our community are a way to remedy this imbalance for the women achieving outstanding results in business.

Femeconomy’s Female Leader Conversations Ezine Issue 1 is resonant with thought leadership and career stories from industry disruptors that have inspired and enlightened us, as they will you. Enjoy!

2020 FEMALE LEADER CONVERSATIONS EZINE, ISSUE 1

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1. PerformHR Co-Founder and CEO, Lyndell Fogarty

Lyndell Fogarty has made it her mission to change the way HR is done in Australian businesses.

2. Mayvin Global Founder and Director, Deanna Varga

Deanna Varga is recognised for her commercialisation expertise in the tourism, business events, arts and culture sectors.

3. Institute of Managers and Leaders Australia and New Zealand, Board Chair, Ann Messenger, CMgr, FIML

Ann Messenger is a passionate advocate for the adoption of an international standard of management and leadership excellence.

4. Zonte’s Footstep Managing Director, Anna Fisher

Anna Fisher has led 40% business growth in the last 2 years through re-branding and international expansion.

5. Specialists in Communications Director, Sheena Ireland

Sheena Ireland believes that empathy underpins connection, and storytelling has the power to transform organisations and lives.

6. Sharley Consulting Director, Emma Sharley

Emma Sharley advises established and emerging companies in the retail and technology industries on driving growth.

7. Curated Content Agency CEO and Head of Production, Cath Pope, and Chief Creative Officer, Kris Darmody

Kris Darmody and Cath Pope tell brand stories in the right creative medium to emotionally connect with audiences.

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Posted by Jade Collins - Femeconomy Founder

Mother, wife, daughter, determined dreamer. Lover of books. Background in Human Resources leadership in global organisations.