Professor Megan Davis

Professor Megan Davis fast facts and resources for students   WHO IS PROFESSOR MEGAN DAVIS? Professor Megan Davis is Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous UNSW and a Professor of Law, UNSW Law.   Professor Megan Davis is Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous UNSW and … Continue reading

Engaging Women founder story

  Martine Harte founded advocacy platform Engaging Women to elevate the voices of women and advance awareness surrounding barriers to equality. It was 2011, and there was very little like it in the space. Since then the platform has allowed … Continue reading

Body positivity speaker Jess King

“Embrace your uniqueness. Recognise that you are one of a kind and that your differences are what make you special. Showcase your individuality and focus on what makes you stand out, rather than trying to confirm to societal expectations.” Body … Continue reading

President Barack Obama Australian tour

Former United States President Barack Obama returned to Australian shores last week for ‘An evening with President Obama.’ Audiences of up to twenty thousand people in Sydney and Melbourne were keen to hear insights from the 44th President. Chancellor of … Continue reading

Tiffany Cherry women in sport

Tiffany Cherry has spent decades forging a path for women and girls to thrive in sport. Widely recognised as the AFL’s (Australian Football League) first female boundary rider, we recognise her as a trailblazer for inclusion. As a sports journalist … Continue reading

Indra Nooyi My life in full

Indra Nooyi My life in full: Work, Family and our Future How often do we get to mine insights from someone consistently ranked among the world’s 100 most powerful women? Indra Nooyi serves on the boards of Amazon and the … Continue reading

The Business Leader

Interview with Ming Long AM

Ming Long AM is a respected leader with more than 25 years experience across a broad range of industries. She led the establishment of Property Male Champions of Change and is the first Asian woman to lead an ASX-100 or … Continue reading


Australian gender equality history New Zealand was the first self-governing country in the world in which women had the right to vote in elections from 1893. South Australia was the first Australian state to confer voter’s rights on all women … Continue reading


The social impact of Engaging Women is ongoing. Here is a snapshot of what this platform has achieved: Advocating for gender equality since 2011. MC and communication services pro-bono to family violence and social good organisations. All women speakers bureau … Continue reading

Engaging Women event and client feedback

Engaging Women  has collaborated with corporates, government, employee organisations and many other stakeholders to provide speakers, event hosts and emcees. Contact for more.   Engaging Women at Friends of Montefiore Annual Brunch  Email this story Leave a Comment Reprinted … Continue reading