Gemma Saunders, Founder and Lead Consultant at Workplace Edit, explains why inclusivity is just as important as diversity in the workplace, and how to incorporate it into business strategies.
Ram Castillo shares his experiences and advice on side hustles, how to find a job you love, and when to turn your passion project into something more.
Jamie K Leach, CEO of Open Data Australia, explains what business leaders need to keep in mind when addressing their data challenges.
Femeconomy’s founders, Jade Collins and Alanna Bastin-Byrne share why they started Femeconomy and how they are tackling gender equality one board at a time.
Kristy Chong shares her experiences on founding and growing Modibodi, her advice for other women in tech, and her challenges through the ups and downs of being an entrepreneur.
Priyanka Bromhead explains the importance of fundamentally changing the way students learn and are taught the English language.
Shama Hyder shares her experiences in the marketing sector, from starting her business at the age of 22, to now being a highly renowned and sought-after B2B marketing expert.
Kirsten Banks explains what Aboriginal astronomy is and how she’s grown a passion for understanding and teaching it.
Sustainability, climate change and environmental experts from around the world weigh in on the impacts of climate change and what we can do about them.
String Nguyen shares her advice on how to build, maintain, and become renowned for a meaningful personal brand.
Catherine Ngo details how she built her highly successful and diverse career, and the tips and tricks that helped throughout her entrepreneurial journey.
Podcast owner, Demi Kotsoris, explains the Millennial Crisis, how it has materialised, and how to escape it.
Practera’s COO and Co-founder, Suzy Watson, explains why she invested in diversity to build a team of 70% CALD and 50% female employees, and how other business leaders can do the same
Jerusha Mather explains her research passion of non-invasive brain stimulation and her goal of becoming a medical doctor, all while experiencing discrimination against cerebral palsy.
Rathana Chea, Head of Global Learning and Development at Greenpeace, explains why there is a still a significant gap between politicians’ and citizens’ views of climate change, and how to close the gap for future generations