Female Leader: Anna Mitsios, Edible Beauty

Anna is a female leader & entrepreneur whose story will resonate with many of us. She ditched her corporate finance career to pursue her dreams.Great finance skills, a love & deep knowledge about her product has equalled success. Read More

6 Facts You Need to Know About Women & Money

How is your health? No, I mean your financial health? In a time where wellness & physical health is such a focus, Kerry Ashbrook rightly questions whether women are paying enough attention to their financial health & well-being.
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Female Leader, Kelly Jamieson, Edible Blooms

Kelly Jamieson, Co-Founder of Edible Blooms, took her passion for chocolate one step further than the rest of us and created an innovative business model around the concept of floral gift bouquets that you could eat. Recognised as SA Telstra Business Woman of the Year in 2011, Kelly and her sister Abbey have grown Edible Blooms into a business that has enjoyed over a decade of success. Read More

Female Leader, Linda Ryle, President Indigenous Lawyers Association Queensland

Linda Ryle is currently President of Indigenous Lawyers Association Queensland, an organisation that is completely financed through the volunteer efforts and fundraising of their Management Committee (not government funded). She is a strong and eloquent advocate for the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the justice sector. Linda’s career has been devoted to ensuring that cultural intelligence and context is applied in consideration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s representation within the legal system.  Read More

Why we need to change more than just the workplace to encourage women in leadership

Matthew Salisbury is a Regional Director for WSP. He is also a member of Chiefs for Gender Equity, a group of CEOs and C-Suite leaders convened by the South Australian Equal Opportunity Commission, who have committed to provide leadership in driving gender equity. MATTHEW SHARES HIS VIEWS ON WHAT IT WILL TAKE TO ACHIEVE GENDER EQUITY IN AUSTRALIA. Four years… Read More