- Advancing the voices of Australian women
- Engaging speakers & events
- All women speakers bureau
- Female-led journalism
Women’s advocacy platform Engaging Women has been propelling Australian women since 2011.
We elevate the voices of women through content platforms, an all-women speakers offering, consultancy, networking and grassroots activism for social good.
It is grounded in the idea that community engagement can drive social change.
Our social media platforms enrich lives and promote positive discourse.
Engaging Women contributes expertise towards gender equality, diversity and wellbeing events for Australian small business, big business, government and family violence organisations.
We deliver online for virtual events and conferencing.
- Vic Gov ‘Women@Work Conference.’
- WorkSafe Victoria’s ‘Women at Work’ series.
- City of Melbourne’s 2017 ‘Women in Business’ lunch at Melbourne Town Hall.
- Bayside Women’s ‘Press for Progress’ event.
- ACS Diversity in IT breakfast at ACMI.
- Respect Victoria’s official launch, August 2018
- Women in ICT event National Press Club in Canberra
- Telstra Women in Business Awards
- Victoria Police 2019 IWD event
- Melbourne SEALIFE Aquarium Women’s Day event
- Raise Foundation
- Alfred Health Care services IWD event
- Emerson Automation Solutions Women’s Day event
- Vic Department of Community Safety
Your professionalism was outstanding and your contribution to the panel discussion kept guests both engaged and entertained throughout the event.’
Craig Eloranta – City of Melbourne.
I’d like to say that I thought this morning’s breakfast went very well – in particular, the panel format produced an intelligent, relevant, flexible discussion and was so much better than the usual after-dinner speakers doing their standard corporate-circuit speeches. I did walk away inspired, I did take notes and I am planning to take action!’
Guest at ACS Gender Parity breakfast, Zinc at Federation Square.
Thank you for your contribution as MC to the Women@Work Conference. The conference was a wonderful success… It led to 25 organisations undertaking the Victorian Government Gender Equality Pledge.
Hon Natalie Hutchins, Minister for Women.
The National Library of Australia selected the Engaging women interview library for its 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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Martine Harte, a dedicated women’s advocate, who was awarded a prestigious Melbourne Press Club Gold Quill Award for excellence in news journalism, a Logie award nomination and judged the Telstra Business Woman of the Year awards, founded Engaging Women in 2011.
Her work as a news journalist has been featured on Australia’s Network Ten, CNN, BBC, ABC, Sky News, ABC radio and 3AW.
Martine founded Engaging Women to elevate the voices of women and has consulted, facilitated panels and hosted events for the City of Melbourne at Melbourne’s Town Hall, National Press Club in Canberra and helped launch Respect Victoria in 2019.
She employs new media to challenge thinking around equality and strategies to elevate the lives of women.
She donates comms and MC services to assist family violence organisations.
As an accredited meditation/mindfulness teacher, she is also a passionate advocate for the power of mindfulness in everyday life.
Martine considers her overflowing laundry a work of art, is a wife and mum to three wonderful kids.
HOW ENGAGING WOMEN WORKS
We are proud to have partnered with many organisations wanting to amplify women and women’s rights.
We do this through grassroots activism, strategic communications, events and amplifying the voices of women.
This platform was founded on the notion that we can all turn the dial towards a more gender equal world. That community engagement can drive social change.
Engaging Women is committed to its social purpose, director Martine Harte offers MC and communications services pro bono to family violence organisations.
SEALIFE FUNDRAISING GALA FOR OUR WATCH
The event enabled us to reach an audience we would not have been able to reach and raise awareness of our work in the prevention of violence against women and their children.
We have received only positive feedback from attendees and that is in part due to your work in the lead up to and during the event as MC.
Patty Kinnersley, Chief Executive Officer Our Watch
Pic – Martine Harte keynotes Victoria Police IWD event 2019
Engaging Women’s 2018 not-for-profit ‘Ambassadors for Good Program’ supported women and children in crisis and elevated the voices of purpose driven women.
We’d like to thank the Engaging Women network so much for their support.
With your help our community will be stepping up our campaigns in 2016 — working together to: ensure every woman has access to the service support she needs to escape her abuser, defend paid parental leave from the new attack announced this week; and to put fairness and equality for women on the election agenda.”
Renee Carr, Founder Fair Agenda.
We pay our respects to the traditional custodians of country, throughout Australia and acknowledge elders, past and present.