VIDEO: HOW TO SAY NO

Interview with Kemi Nekvapil

Our new video content is all about sharing strategies and techniques to enable more women to embrace their voice in Australian society. It’s not just for business women or aspiring women leaders, it’s for artists, makers, scientists, sportswomen, professional mums, no matter what stage … Continue reading

The art of trusting your own narrative

Interview with Sara James

It is such a pleasure to feature the amazing Sara James in the next series of our video content designed to embolden more women to step into public life. This 4.43 sec video covers how this Emmy-award winning correspondent and anchor … Continue reading

The art of self nourishment

We’ve used our best manners to entice some of Australia’s foremost experts to share some of the tricks they have up their sleeves. The result is an unscripted, non judgemental video series aptly named, ‘The Trick.’ The Trick’s aim is to embolden women, … Continue reading

HIGH TEA WITH A PURPOSE OCTOBER 23RD

You’re invited to a most excellent afternoon supporting young Australians to thrive. Ticket sales from the Inaugural Raise High Tea at Melbourne’s stunning Hotel Windsor will benefit youth mentoring organisation, Raise Foundation. Get Tickets Raise is a not-for-profit which has … Continue reading

The Respect Victoria CEO

Interview with Tracey Gaudry

Changing the attitudes and behaviours that drive family violence is a challenge of a lifetime. Tracey Gaudry, CEO Respect Victoria.   Tracey Gaudry, CEO of the state’s first organisation focused on primary prevention of family violence, has impressive runs on … Continue reading

RESPECT VICTORIA EXPLAINED?

Until now, most of the focus and funding for family violence in Victoria has been on the response. Response is obviously critical, but as we all know, family violence will not stop without more resources dedicated to stopping it ‘before’ … Continue reading

The feminist leader

Interview with Dr Anne Summers AO

We broke into houses, smashed the windows, changed the locks and occupied them. Dr Anne Summers AO.   Dr Anne Summers was at the helm of the movement which changed Australia for women. As the above quote illustrates; she threw … Continue reading