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 2019 EZine is full of wisdom and leadership stories that have inspired and enlightened us, as they will you. Enjoy!
Maria Calibo-Sales is a dynamo who seamlessly blends business, social purpose and collaboration to produce amazing impact.
Lisa Carter is a specialist in insurance and risk management with over 20 years’ experience.
Petina Tieman is a serial entrepreneur who is dedicated to helping startups, SMEs and Indigenous businesses to thrive.
Natasha Burns is at the forefront of disrupting the legal industry.
Susanne Legena is striving for a world where all children have the opportunity and resources to achieve their innate potential.
Jacqui Brauman helps families to protect their legal rights and interest by providing excellent legal services in estate planning, property, asset protection and separation.
Julie O’Donohue is disrupting the real estate industry with her online platform that connects property buyers and sellers.
Amanda Tan, Elinor Moshe and Mersi Halilovic are friends who founded Workshop&, a skill building platform dedicated to empowering professional women for a modern career and life.
Mia De Rauch is an evangelist on the power of video to help companies connect with customers.
A rusty nail through the foot inspired Stacey Head to start she wear Australia, which has grown into Australia’s largest women’s supplier of safety footwear, workwear and PPE.
Over 14 years, BrandHook CEO Pip Stocks has helped clients to put customer experience first and demonstrate extraordinary care.
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