“You can’t be what you can’t see”. My job is to help bosses become aware, stop talking and start doing, to create a gender balanced and inclusive workplace. Celebrating Women is just one way of doing that. Read More
With the balance of power in sport resting with men, there is no doubt that they can be the solution to the problem of gender inequality, in sport and in business. These powerful men have a responsibility to deliver many things, including sustainable, enduring growth and prosperity for the sports industry, associations and clubs.
I am counting on these powerful men to take action and deliver results that are economically sustainable AND gender equal, because the two are not mutually exclusive.
If you are a female, then you have probably experienced the painful rub of gender inequality. If you are a bloke, you probably understand that much more action needs to be taken to change our society to reflect true equality. Read More
Women make over 85% of purchase decisions. In Australia alone during 2018 this equated to approximately $874 billion in total. Yes, it’s a LOT of money. And it’s in our hands where we choose to direct it. Read More
UFC is a surprising champion for gender equality. A great article by Advancing Women guest blogger Marcus Memmolo who challenges us to think differently about a sport that often gets a bad rap. Read More
I want my daughter and all the other women who come after me, never to have to enter The Female Twilight Zone. The Female Twilight Zone harms women and it harms Australia, economically, socially and politically. Read More
I have taken inspiration from four terrific women to create an event that highlights the importance of celebrating and honouring women in Australia. Read More
I had a horrifying insight into the world of what it means to be a man in Australia a few years back. I learned that the biggest killer of men under 45 in Australia is suicide. 6 men a day take their own lives. 3 times more than women. Read More
Sport is an integral component of the society that is Australia and has featured consistently throughout my entire life, whether as a little person watching from the sidelines when my parents played or as a young person and adult being involved in various team and individual sports. As I became older, like many people, I… Read More
Who could ever imagine that a rusty nail in the foot would lead to a safety boot business for women, by women? she wear founder Stacey Head tells her story. Read More