26 November, 2018
Maree McPherson Consulting

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Gender Equality Services: Maree McPherson Consulting

Regional Australia is often at the forefront of structural adjustment. There is, and will continue to be, a changing demographic in the labour market. In regions, such as Geelong and the Latrobe Valley, men are leaving manufacturing and mining jobs, while their partners are moving back into full-time work and...

7 November, 2018
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If It’s to Be, It’s Up to Me!

12 Reasons Why We Need More Audacity in Australia I’ve gave a keynote speech at the Good Shepherd Microfinance State Forum in NSW on 31st October. I talked about determination, audacity and compassion as well as sharing some snippets about what I care about, why I care about it and events...

7 November, 2018
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The Scoreboard Doesn’t Lie

If this is the first time you’ve read anything I have written or posted, you may not realise that I simply adore Australian Rules Football. You may also not realise that I write, work, volunteer, advocate and agitate for gender equality. What do these two central cores of my life have...

6 November, 2018
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Female Leader, Denise O’Reilly, Director O’Reilly Workplace Law

Denise O’Reilly left the world of corporate law and started her own practice as Director O’Reilly Workplace Law to build the lifestyle and career of her dreams. With a desire to pursue workplace law and also enjoy the benefits offered by living on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Denise now has...

29 October, 2018
Madonna King Fathers and Daughters

Madonna King: Author insights from Fathers and Daughters

Madonna King has just released her ninth book, Fathers and Daughters which curates and analyses feedback from the experiences of 1300 girls and 400 dads exploring the father-daughter relationship, combining with expert commentary from school principals, psychologists, CEOs, neuroscientists, police and parenting experts. We previously interviewed Madonna on the release...

22 October, 2018
Jacqui Braumann

Female Leader, Jacqui Brauman, Director TBA Law

Jacqui Brauman Director TBA Law bought a regional legal practice 6 years ago when the original owner retired. By applying ‘new law’ methods, a liberal dose of technology and digital marketing, Jacqui has grown TBA Law to 5 locations across Nagambie, Romsey, Seymour, Wallan and Melbourne, but the firm also provides...

16 October, 2018
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Female Leader, Jemimah Ashleigh, Jemimah Ashleigh.com

Jemimah Ashleigh is a Positioning Expert, specialising in positioning business owners as the ‘go-to’ expert in their field. She is an international keynote speaker, and has spoken at over 100 different events across Australia and the USA, crediting her background in podcasting, comedy and amateur theatre as essential elements in building...

10 October, 2018
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Female Leader, Lyn Lucas, Director Online Divorce Lawyer

Lyn Lucas Director Online Divorce Lawyer‘s disillusionment with traditional methods of Family Law practice and desire for greater work flexibility converged and saw her establishing a new business model for divorcing couples to avoid litigation. Based on her background as a mediator, Lyn founded Online Divorce Lawyer to help couples...

9 October, 2018
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Female Leader, Stephenie Rodriguez, Founder & CEO JOZU for Women

CEO Stephenie Rodriguez Founded JOZU for Women and travel safety app WanderSafe based on her 30 years of personal experience of travelling to over 53 countries, often as a solo traveller. Keenly aware of the unique needs and risks that women face when travelling, Stephenie’s background in the technology and travel industries has...

9 October, 2018
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Female Leader, Leah Cameron, Owner Marrawah Law

Because of Her, We Can Ebook Female Leader, Leah Cameron said, “My philosophy in business is to do things the right way, not the easy way.” You started Marrawah Law to ensure that clients were given culturally appropriate legal advice. Why is this important to you? In my experience it...

9 October, 2018
Sandra King

Female Leader, Sandra King, Managing Director Sandra King Management

Because of Her, We Can Ebook Female Leader, Sandra King said, “Through my parades, programs, speeches and events, I aim to inform, inspire and empower.” Why did you decide to start Sandra King Management in 1990? Nearly 20 years after a successful career in modelling for stores like Myer, Sportsgirl,...

9 October, 2018
Julie-ann Lambourne

Female Leader, Julie-ann Lambourne, CEO enVizion Group

Because of Her, We Can Ebook Female Leader, Julie-ann Lambourne said, “When you see a person go out the same door they came into carrying all sorts of burdens, now full of hope and confidence, you feel that your work is genuinely making a difference in people’s lives.” Share with...