14 November, 2019
BLOG IMAGE Progressive Attitudes Women in Sport

Tapping into Progressive Attitudes toward Women in Sport

Life has been very very full here at Advancing Women. My work in 2019 has included working on the next Women in Sport research paper. My research on women in sport is part of my advocacy work for a more equitable, welcoming and fair workplace for women who choose to work in...

28 October, 2019
BLOG IMAGE Daina Hogan

Daina Hogan, Principal, Fun Time Performers

Daina Hogan started Fun Time Performers based at picturesque Banora Point nearly two decades ago in 2000, fulfilling her life long dream of owning a Performing Arts School. Transitioning between Primary School Teaching and her own venture Fun Time Performers has enabled her to blend her work and family life,...

14 October, 2019
Northern NSW Femeconomy Connection Program - Clean Tea Director Jordana Edwards

Female Leader, Jordana Edwards, Founder Clean Tea

Jordana Edwards Founder of Clean Tea has grown her business to international scale from the stunning surrounds of Byron Bay. Clean Tea is 100% organic, sustainably sourced and hand blended in Byron Bay. Jordana started the business in 2013 from her garage, with 3 tea blends she sold at the...

30 September, 2019
Queensland Voices Cathy Hunt Women of the World Festival Australia

Queensland Voices: Cathy Hunt, WOW Festival

Cathy Hunt is Co-Founder of Of One Mind, the non profit company behind the development of the WOW (Women of the World) Festivals in Australia. The purpose of WOW is to celebrate the achievements of women and girls and to have tough conversations about the barriers which are holding them...

30 September, 2019
Queensland Voices Mayor Torres Shire Vonda Malone

Queensland Voices: Vonda Malone, Mayor Torres Shire Council

Over the past 20 years Vonda Malone has been actively role modelling (locally, nationally and internationally) the opportunities and possibilities for Queensland women, in particular for Indigenous Women from the Torres Strait, encouraging them to think differently and showing that Indigenous Women living in remote communities can achieve anything they...

30 September, 2019
Queensland Voices Madison Birtchnell

Queensland Voices: Madison Birtchnell

Madison Birtchnell is an inspiring young woman who passionately serves and volunteers across Queensland communities helping women and girls. Madison represents Queensland and Australia as an advocate in the Women Deliver Young Leaders Global Program. She is a champion for gender equality and the health, rights and well-being of girls...

30 September, 2019
Queensland Voices The Carers Foundation Ronnie Benbow

Queensland Voices: Ronnie Benbow, The Carers Foundation

Ronnie Benbow is the founder of The Carers Foundation, a Queensland-based non-profit providing wellness retreats, advocacy and support for people in caring roles. There are some 3 million carers across Australia, whose unpaid labour saves the community $1 billion every week. It’s vital and exhausting work that goes largely unrecognised....

30 September, 2019
Queensland Voices Dr Susan Harris Rimmer Griffith University

Queensland Voices: Dr Susan Harris Rimmer, Griffith Law School

Dr Susan Harris Rimmer returned to Queensland four years ago to become an Associate Professor at the Griffith Law School, and continue her research into women’s rights under international law. She has been an active part of the Human Rights Act for Queensland Campaign and will teach the first law course...

30 September, 2019
Queensland Voices Kate Bushell and She's on Q Team QSuper

Queensland Voices: Kate Bushell & She’s on Q Team, QSuper

Kate Bushell, Senior Manager QSuper, founded She’s on Q in 2017 as a key platform to help more women across Queensland shape a secure financial future for themselves. Women comprise two thirds of QSuper’s membership, so a team of enthusiastic women at QSuper believed they could do more give Queensland...