A guest post from Teigan Margetts, Co-Founder of Ethicool Books. – “While an intellectual debate still rages on the causes of climate change, so too does debate ensue on the solution. But one thing is for sure: we’re running out of time. So in what – or more importantly- in whom – should we invest to ensure a better future?”
A guest post from Natasha Janssens, author of Wonder Woman’s Guide to Money and an award-winning finance broker and money coach.
A guest post from Elaine Phillips, Business Unit Director – Oncology at BMS Australia. – “We are all learning and we will make mistakes but having open dialogue is key to making sure that everyone can bring their unique selves to work every day.”
A guest post from Deborah O’Ferry – “Looking at feminism with a parental lens, mums of Australia can’t be CEO’s, be financially independent or go out and join a soccer team, if they are not supported and given the room to make those choices. But men, as parents, can’t support women if they are not given the empathy, flexibility or the information to, either.”
Alida Rossi, Customer Excellence Director for AbbVie Australia and New Zealand, explains how the company is using QR codes to increase accessibility to essential health information.
A guest post from Dr Diaswati (Asti) Mardiasmo, Chief Economist of PRD Real Estate – “When I look at myself, and the journey of my 35 years on earth, as well as all the other women around me – regardless of their race, ethnicity, religion, sexual preference, relationship status, kids/no kids, health and family issues, and a myriad of other things that differentiate us as human beings; I consistently see STRENGTH.”
Lake Munmorah-based Jarrad Taylor is on the autism spectrum and has always had an extraordinary passion for garbage trucks, even as a 10-year-old boy. Fast forward 8 years and the 18-year-old has now landed his dream job as a Bin Puller and Runner at Cleanaway, Australia’s leading waste management organisation.
A guest post from Natasha Price and Adam Sheppard, Founders of InvincAble A.I.D.E (Accessibility, Inclusion, Diversity & Education).
In this interview, Megan Capriccio shares FemTech Collective’s journey from being founded in the US, expanding to Australia, and scaling to support women’s health.
A guest post from Morgan Coleman, CEO and founder of Vets On Call.
The General Sir John Monash Foundation recently announced the recipients of its 2021 scholarships, Australia’s most prestigious postgraduate overseas study program. Among the recipients was emergency nurse of 15 years, Emily Ragus, who intends to complete a PhD in utilisation of gender empowerment theory within disasters promoting equality as a health diplomacy tool for Australia.
Everyone should be able to access the Internet – safely, equally and inclusively. It is only through collective action that we can ensure everyone’s rights are respected online, claims Sarah Liberty, CEO and Founder of JustSociale.
Josh, a 28-year-old South Australian, recently celebrated his one-year anniversary with
Officeworks and he couldn’t be happier.
In this interview, Laura outlines how her career in allied health led to her founding her own startup, Theratrak, a HIPAA certified digital platform that enables allied health professionals to create, monitor, and track custom therapy home programs for children.
A guest post from Dr Kirstie Close, an academic historian who has worked in universities in Australia, Papua New Guinea and Fiji.