Tess Ogle wanted to be a dentist but a desire to change the world paved a successful corporate path instead.
I joined nineteen other women and one man for Executive Women Australia’s (EWA) robust roundtable covering the topic which is currently heavily featured in the headlines: Australia’s ever growing gender gap and the implications this will have on the longer term cost to our society. The group did not represent experts in the field, but
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I was fortunate to attend the Executive Women Australia’s (EWA) Executive Luncheon with The Hon Joe Hockey on Thursday, 2nd May. The main agenda was to discuss how to advance senior leadership and board opportunities for professional women throughout Australia. According to The Australian Institute of Directors, the latest percentage of women on ASX 200