19 December, 2016
Jenine Beekhuyzen Part 1

Female Leader, Dr Jenine Beekhuyzen, Tech Girls Movement Foundation, Part 1

I sat down with Tech Girls Movement Foundation CEO, Dr Jenine Beekhuyzen for a chat. In 2016 Jenine was named in Australia’s 100 Women of Influence for her work in advancing gender equality in the tech sector through the Tech Girls Movement Foundation. Entrepreneurship is part of this woman’s soul and it’s catching. Girls...

12 December, 2016
Tania Walter Obzervr

Female Leader, Tania Walter, Obzervr

Tania Walter is the CEO and Founder of Obzervr, a Field Service Automation solution that increases productivity for the mobile workforce, even as far afield as Antarctica! After years spent in the oil and gas industries watching scientists laboriously collect vast amounts of data using paper and pen, Tania’s aim is to shift...

6 December, 2016

Female Leader, Angela Priestley, Women’s Agenda

Angela Priestley, Owner and Editor of Women’s Agenda, radiates a composed, capable and approachable leadership presence. Her down to earth and naturally inclusive conversational style coupled with incisive journalistic instinct has made Women’s Agenda a go-to publication for Australian professional women. Look no further when seeking a reliable, intelligent source of insight on politics, economics, career,...

30 November, 2016

Female Leader, Jodie Fox, Shoes of Prey

Jodie Fox is the Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Shoes of Prey, an online, global customisation platform that allows women to design their own shoes to suit their individual style. Jodie is passionate about improving the financial futures of women, starting by seeking gender equality in the workplace and...

29 November, 2016

Female Leader, Lauren Hall, iVvy

To celebrate Women’s Entrepreneurship Day (30 November), we’ve profiled Lauren Hall, CEO and Co-Founder of iVvy. Lauren is a passionate technology entrepreneur and  has created a software platform and online Events Management marketplace to solve the sourcing, scheduling and promotion dilemmas of events management teams globally. Lauren has built an Australian company...

3 November, 2016
Penelope Twemlow white ribbon day

White Ribbon Day, Penelope Twemlow’s Story

You may have read our Feature Leader profile of Penelope Twemlow earlier this month. There is a second part to Penelope’s leadership journey. Yes she is a CEO and Board Chair of two boards. She is also a survivor of domestic violence. She has become a passionate advocate for initiatives to stop...

3 November, 2016
Penelope Twemlow

Female Leader, Penelope Twemlow, CEO and Board Chair

Penelope Twemlow is an exceptionally accomplished leader. She has risen to her three concurrent roles of Chair of Women in Power, Chair of Queensland Electrical Safety Education Committee and CEO of Energy Skills Queensland through a series of challenging positions in heavily male dominated industries. Penelope’s career started off as...

26 October, 2016

Female Leader, Gemma Lloyd, Diverse City Careers

Gemma Lloyd is one impressive female leader. She’s an award winning entrepreneur whose business is focussed on making workplaces better for women. Gemma’s background is in IT consulting. After 10 years of working in an industry under-represented by females, she co-founded Diverse City Careers (DCC) with the goal of making a difference. DCC...

26 October, 2016
Erica Stewart founder hardtofind

Female Leader, Erica Stewart, hardtofind.

Erica Stewart, or Eri, founded hardtofind, a mecca for unique, quirky, stand-out quality fashion items and gifts. Hardtofind celebrates fun, innovative design from the best small creative businesses in Australia and globally. How did Eri start hardtofind? When Eri was working in the media industry, she saw an opportunity to monetise premium brands...