A New Voice For Executive Women In Australia

Professional women in Australia are still under-represented in C-level jobs.

Cerebral palsy did not stop Jacqueline Freney from achieving great success in the sporting arena.

When media icon Ita Buttrose was named 2013 Australian of the Year, she set off on a mission to raise awareness on important issues close to her heart – immigration, ageing and disability. In particular, she worked tirelessly to tackle what she perceives to be our society’s ageist attitudes, champion Alzheimer’s Australia’s campaign to fight
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Former management consultant turned teacher and psychologist Angela Lee Duckworth found neither IQ, talent, good looks, physical health nor social intelligence was a significant predictor of success. It is grit – the unflagging ability to stick with a long-term goal.

Rosemary Vilgan, CEO of Qsuper was named Telstra Australian Business Woman of the Year at Crown Melbourne on 14 November 2013.

Leading business women say taking time off work to start a family or travel led them to start a business.

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