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Judging the Telstra Business Women’s awards was a reminder of the importance of women backing themselves.  I honed in on the entrants who were happy to tell the world about their successes and failures, whose vision for the future was … Continue reading

MINISTER FOR WOMEN ANNOUNCED

In news just in, Natalie Hutchins has been appointed Victoria’s Minister for Women and the Prevention of Family Violence. She steps into the role following the passing of Fiona Richardson MP. Premier Daniel Andrews says, “I decided who could best … Continue reading

Memorial service for Fiona Richardson

A State Memorial Service for Fiona Richardson, who died of breast cancer last week, will be held in Melbourne’s Northcote on Thursday 31st August. FIONA RICHARDSON MEMORIAL SERVICE WHERE: Regal ballroom, 216 High St, Northcote VIC 3070, Ballroom MAP: Tap here for … Continue reading

YOUR INVITE TO NETWORK

City of Melbourne Women in Business lunch 2017   Engaging Women is thrilled to be involved in this year’s City of Melbourne ‘Women in Business’ networking event. Melbourne’s magnificent Town Hall will host hundreds of guests who will receive insights … Continue reading

UN Women National Committee Australia

Interview with Janelle Weissman

I believe that it takes one person at a time to shift the gender equality dial. Janelle Weissman, UN Women National Committee Australia.   UN Women is the United Nations entity for gender equality and women’s empowerment. It’s all about: … Continue reading

The Ambassador for Women and Girls

Interview with Natasha Stott Despoja

The difficulty of being a leader of a political party on a national level, being the most experienced person in the room (at one stage having served the longest) being the youngest and being female which meant that I still … Continue reading

The Luke Batty Foundation CEO

Interview with Rosie Batty

If Luke hadn’t died in such an extreme way, I’d just be one of those ‘family violence’ people no one listens to. Rosie Batty, CEO Luke Batty Foundation, Australian of the Year 2015.   Rosie Batty has continued to work tirelessly … Continue reading