Natasha Ritz has owned three businesses, as well as held various senior marketing and brand roles, including Brand Lead for LUSH ANZ. She currently runs two businesses – an online retail business called ARNAonline, and a consulting service. In this interview, Natasha shares the story behind the scenes, where she enrolled and quickly dropped out of university, managed a team of five from the age of 18, ignited a passion for women empowerment and has used her 15 years of work experience as a 29-year old in the world of business.
Peace Mitchell is an entrepreneur and business leader who recognised the opportunities presented by empowering more women, and also recognised the importance of continuing to invest in developing more accessible business school programs for women in order to truly reach gender equality and equity in corporate leadership.
Along with the joys of cooking and wanting to share this with the world, Dan is a new business owner whose business was severely impacted by COVID-19, and a LGBTQI+ community member who believes strongly in the need for change in how the TV and media industries represent LGBTQI+ experiences and stories.
Wesa Chau, CEO of Cultural Intelligence, shares why she started her consultancy, the challenges she faces at work, and her views on unconscious bias and how to manage it in the workplace.
This interview covers Amanda Leigh Doueihi’s journey as a business owner, how she’s pivoted during COVID-19, and how she plans to continue sustaining and growing her consultancy, Nomadic Breeze.
Adele Beachley shares her views on the importance of taking an international lens when problem solving for businesses and developing innovative workforces.
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.