MEET THE NEW OVARIAN CANCER AUST BOARD MEMBER

Interview with Marina Go — Ovarian Cancer Australia Board.

Marina Go is one of Australian publishing’s success stories. From Editor of Dolly Magazine to GM at Bauer Media, the current Chair of the Wests Tigers NRL Club is a nimble, creative thinker. She now joins Managing Director of Twitter … Continue reading

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27. 27 women have died at the hands of their intimate partner so far this year, we are only six months through.   It pains me. There are many good people working very hard to address the issue and policy reform … Continue reading

BAYSIDE WOMEN'S SOIRÈE EVENT WRAP

Congratulations to Lesley Falloon OAM, the former Mayor who took out the first Bayside Women’s Soirèe ‘Lifetime Achievement Award.’ Lesley’s quick wit inspired guests representing small business, professional services, entrepreneurs, medical professionals, captains of industry, educators and women seeking a … Continue reading

Lifetime Achievement Award winner

Interview with Lesley Falloon OAM

It was such a pleasure to witness Lesley Falloon OAM receive a ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ at  our first Bayside Women’s Soirèe. The Federal Member for Goldstein Tim Wilson MP handed the award (generously sponsored by Firbank Grammar)  to the vivacious … Continue reading

MEGHAN MARKLE: ACTIVISM

It is brilliant to read the updated official British royal family website describe Meghan Markle’s commitment to promoting feminism. Her bio emerged on the site sometime after the wedding and indicates she will continue to push for gender equality. This … Continue reading

The Jade Lily Author

Interview with Kirsty Manning

Be resilient. I’m yet to meet a writer that hasn’t been rejected at some point. It’s like a dirty secret bottom drawer that we keep. Kirsty Manning Australian Author The Jade Lily.   Kirsty Manning’s popularity on the Australian literary scene … Continue reading

OUR SOCIAL IMPACT

Measuring the social impact of Engaging Women’s not-for-profit Ambassadors program isn’t solely based on how much money we raise to support women and children. It is also about the connections you forge with other women, their wider community and the new skills you … Continue reading