Hannah Macdougall says we need to normalise people with a disability in sport by increasing their representation and sharing their stories.
Professor Emma Sherry discusses the impact of the uneven playing field in sport on women’s careers.
Cricket President, Allison Dodd says sport & business are a great combo for women as cricket has helped her hone valuable business skills.
About Tamatha Harding Tamatha Harding is Head of Tennis Delivery and Culture at Tennis Victoria, and is on the board of Women Sport Australia. She is also a Consultant in
Women in sport experience layers of discrimination at every stage of there careers. They also juggle multiple jobs. We explore how sporting leaders can take action to overcome both biases and barriers to women thriving not just surviving in sport.
Shelley’s story sheds light on the importance of having diverse representation in media and gives meaning to the phrase, “you can’t be what you can’t see”.
Michelle interviews Dr. Kate O’Halloran who calls for 50:50 in representation and production of women’s sports media content.
In this episode, Michelle interviews Lisa Alexander about her long career in sport, and her views on gender inequality in sport coaching and beyond.
Moving from awareness to action for gender equality in sport is easy to say, and as the latest statistic prove, harder to do When I started to research how wide
Sport is an integral component of the society that is Australia and has featured consistently throughout my entire life. I came face to face with an issue that I hadn’t been overtly conscious of. The sheer lack of women in leadership, in sport.
Episode 1: The Advancing Women in Sport Podcast – Invisible Barriers Women in sport face many invisible barriers. My podcast will highlight some of those barriers and help sporting leaders
We know that storytelling is a powerful way to humanize the statistics, put a face to the challenges and opportunities that women in sport face. The need to tell the
Observing the state of gender inequity in Australian business and sport over the past few years has been illuminating. I’ve made several observations, here are 5 of them.
For decades, sports organisations and clubs have organised themselves around the values and experiences of men. This has created invisible barriers for women in sport.