Asked about the day she read the Uluru statement from the heart in May last year, Megan Davis remembers lots of tears. But mostly she remembers exhaustion.
At a gala dinner at Sydney’s Town Hall, 11 women received awards for their achievements across 10 categories, such as young leaders, board and management, public policy and diversity and inclusion.
As Australia slips further down the list of global economies ranked by GDP, other nations, predominantly in Asia, will become significant magnets for Australians looking to work overseas. While [...]
Kim Brennan's priorities have shifted from Olympic Games medals to raising her son, but she says Australia's single-scull hopes are in safe hands as she makes the transition from rowing champion [...]
Ann Sherry is executive chairman of Carnival Australia and was overall winner of The Australian Financial Review 2015 100 Women of Influence Awards. Lauren Miller is the cruise company’s general [...]
Standing in front of Parliament House in Canberra in 2015, Australian of the Year Rosie Batty dedicated her award to her son Luke, killed by his father in a violent incident the year before. "He [...]
Please join us as the Women of Influence alumni and community of supporters to networking drinks, held before the Culinary Women of Influence dinner. The Culinary Women of Influence dinner is [...]