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Born and raised in Parramatta in the heart of Western Sydney, Julie Elliott did not begin her life with aspirations to be a CEO. In…
Debra Adelaide is the author or editor of over twelve books, including the best-selling Motherlove series (1996-98) and Acts of Dog (2003). Her novels include…
Berry Liberman is the editor and publisher of one of Australia’s most cherished magazines, Dumbo Feather. As chief conversation starter, Berry is responsible for leading…
For 18 years, Sherri has been helping clients investigate and manage land and groundwater contamination, which is often a result of previous industrial activities. She…
Ruby Worthy was born in Tasmania and adopted at an early age, her birth family have confirmed her Aboriginal Ancestry. Ruby currently works part time…
Q&A with Jennifer Wittwer, Director, National Action Plan for Women, Peace and Security, Office of Chief of Defence Force Gender diversity within senior management teams…
The world’s first computer programmer didn’t even have a computer to work with. Ada Lovelace was born 200 years ago, in 1815, over a century…
Lisa Messenger is the vibrant, game-changing CEO and creative director of The Messenger Group, as well as founder and editor-in-chief of The Collective magazine –…
Sally Rippin is the author of the popular Billie B Brown and Hey Jack! series of children’s books, designed to guide kids through the transition…
Sarah Stanford is Manager of Projects and Communications at Regional Development Australia Orana. Between completing a BA Communications at UTS and finishing up her study…
Kim Mauch is a feisty Queensland country girl with 25 years’ experience in the male dominated freight industry and is the concept designer for recently…
Dale Wakefield is the Executive Officer of Alice Springs Women’s Shelter (ASWS) and a Finalist in the 2015 Telstra Northern Territory Women’s Business Award. Dale…
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