- The home of inspiring conversations
- Hear from trusted experts
- Be emboldened by evidence-based research
- Elevating the voice of women, inspiring girls
Engaging women shares insights from some of the most accomplished, impressive people in the nation.
Since 2013, it has received a stream of feedback from readers naming it as a source of hope, inspiration, and self-belief.
Our community of followers numbers in the thousands through subscriptions, and across social media.
Universities, bloggers, book publishers, traditional media, captains of industry, the arts and sciences count among the subscribers.
Because we offer trusted information and original content.
ENGAGING WOMEN CELEBRATES NATIONAL LIBRARY AUSTRALIA SELECTION
We were over the moon to be selected by The National Library of Australia to be preserved and enjoyed by readers through its digital archives.
“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their diverse social, cultural and intellectual histories by collecting and preserving Australian publications and unpublished collections—in print and digital forms—so that they can be enjoyed by current and future generations.”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 Engaging Women?
Engaging Women emceeing Hagar Australia lunch, from left – Emmy award-winning actor Rachel Griffiths, Ambassador for Women and Girls Natasha Stott-Despoja and Martine Harte – Photo – Paul Muir
Martine Harte, a women’s rights advocate, who received a Gold Quill Award for excellence, a Logie award nomination and most recently was part of a predominantly all-female panel on SKY news Australia.
Martine has been a passionate story-teller for her entire career, she is a cheerleader for women and girls.
She is honoured to be judging this years Telstra Business Woman of the Year.
The ambassadors program invites purpose-driven people like YOU to support women and children in crisis.
AMBASSADORS FOR GOOD
You can apply to hold an event in your community to raise money for charity and not-for-profits, every cent goes to women and children.
Ambassador Naomi Arnold’s recent event in Yeppoon, Queensland attracted considerable local media interest.
Mail: email@example.com to find out more.