• Advancing the voices of Australian women
  • A platform for social good
  • Collected by National Library of Australia
  • Hear from our most accomplished women


Engaging women advocates the advancement of women and girls through publishing, mentorship, and advocacy.

It’s a platform for social good.

Through the digital magazine discover insights from some of the most accomplished women in the nation.

The National Library of Australia recently selected this site to be enjoyed by readers across the world citing its cultural value.


“We don’t collect every Australian website but select with an eye for content… The Library aspires to enable Australians to understand their diverse social, cultural and intellectual histories by collecting and preserving Australian publications and unpublished collections—in print and digital forms—so that they can be enjoyed by current and future generations.”

National Library of Australia.


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Who started it?


Martine Harte, a women’s advocate, who was awarded a prestigious Melbourne Press Club Gold Quill Award for excellence in journalism, a Logie award nomination and is judging this year’s Telstra Business Woman of the Year awards.

Described by The Age as, “An ideal general for this growing female army,” Martine uses new media to challenge thinking around the rights of women and girls.

She founded the digital platform Engaging Women to advance the voices of women and girls when there was little like it in the space, the site is now collected by the National Library of Australia for its cultural value.

Media appearances include: as a guest on ABC radio’s Conversation Hour, radio 3AW, Network Ten, featured in The Age newspaper and online, Sky News, News Limited and she has moderated many business panels including an event at Australia’s National Press Club with guest speaker Minister for Women Michaelia Cash.

Martine brings specialist knowledge on diversity and gender equality communication and is regularly called upon to co-ordinate events for small business, big business and government agencies.

Some recent collaborations include: The City of Melbourne ‘Women in Business’ lunch, WorkSafe ‘Women at Work’ event, Jewish Care Montefiore brunch and ACS Diversity events.

Find out more about the ‘diversity roundtable’ offering: info@engagingwomen.com.au


This platform was founded on the notion that we can all spark change for good.

Engaging Women is committed to its social purpose.

Engaging Women’s not-for-profit ‘Ambassadors for Good Program’  supports women and children in crisis and elevates the voices of purpose driven women.


Engaging Women Featured in Fairfax, The Age Newspaper magazine, April 2016 ‘The Good Life.’s.

Our Ambassadors for Good are passionate women across Australia who get their colleagues and friends together and hold an event to assist women and children in need.

Find out more about our not-for-profit Ambassador program here


Engaging Women MC’ing Hagar Foundation Lunch to Liberate. From left: General Manager Pacific Magazines Jackie Frank, Martine Harte, actor Rachel Griffiths and Ambassador for Women and girls Natasha Stott Despoja.

Recent events:


In December we held an advanced screening of ‘Suffragette’ – where we raised vital funds for Fair Agenda – also helping women in crisis.

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Find out more about our not-for-profit  Ambassador program here

Read more about Martine who was featured in The Age, Spectrum Magazine. 

Kind words from a reader sum it up:

“Engaging Women is a space of beauty, inspiration, wardrobe/house peeking & girl cheerleading. It’s also about tough issues like Family Violence so therefore it’s also about hope.”