Why more women will put themselves forward in a Donald Trump world Featured
Hillary Clinton's defeat is a tipping point for women in leadership, says businesswoman Carol Schwartz. She tells our Money Contributing Editor Bianca Hartge-Hazelman from Financy, that now's the time for women to put themselves forward.
Bianca Hartge-Hazelman is the Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Financy, a finance publication for women. She started the online magazine while on maternity leave with her second daughter, and after realising that the traditional dull-lens applied to financial content was not empowering enough women towards financial independence -- nor did it resonate deeply with the lifestyle pursuits of all women. Financy corrects this communication challenge through the delivering of personal finance content that taps into the female psyche, connecting women with their goals, and uses tools of entertainment, engagement, education and style to inspire women to live their best life.
Hartge-Hazelman has worked for some of Australia's largest media companies, and has written for the Australian Financial Review, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age; as well as digital programs - including Channel Nine’s Financial Review Sunday program, Fairfax Digital, ABC Radio, ABC’s Stateline, Sky News, Channel Seven, The Weather Channel, WIN News and the Finance News Network in Sydney.
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