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Strengthening Society by Investing in Women & Girls – new guide to genderwise philanthropy launched today

I’m embarrassed to say it’s been a month since my last post.  A productive and very fruitful month, and all the same I’m frustrated that I haven’t been able to post on all the amazing programs and women I’ve been in c…

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Queen of Media Ita Buttrose crowned 2013 Australian of the Year

With perfect timing to round out my Women in Media theme of the week, Australia’s own Queen of Media, Ita Buttrose OBE AO, has been crowned Australian of the Year and says she will use the recognition to drive community change.  Like many Au…

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Violence against women Pt2. – Recognising and reconciling the abuses and suffering of our stolen generations

Imagine being taken from your mother when you are two years old (or for parents reading this, having your child taken from you at age 2)… being “re-homed” in a Government or religious institution where you learn the skills to be a ho…

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Until men are talking about having it all, women never will

Can women really can have “it” all? No, I say, until men want it too.  Media has been awash this week on this issue: former Whitehouse staffer Anne-Marie Slaughter put forward her view on why women still can’t have “it&rdqu…

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What if, what if… the legacy of Azaria Chamberlain and the price her family paid

Like Lindy and Michael Chamberlain, my parents have grieved the loss of a child.  Like the Chamberlains, my parents took a healthy, vibrant baby girl home from hospital expecting a lifetime of happiness but instead experiencing the ultimate sadnes…

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Heart disease is the biggest single killer of women. Only by forgetting what we know about men, can we treat women successfully

I came across this fantastic TED talk by Dr Noel Bairey Merz on the single biggest health threat women face: heart disease.  Did you know that one out of two women will be impacted by cardio vascular disease in their lifetime and that since 1984 u…

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Super excited to to hear The SheEO Jen Dalitz who will be MC at our upcoming International Women's Day luncheon. Self described as change agent, flexible worker, gender balancer, farmer, writer and speaker on #followership, happy mum & lover of life. And she has an awesome honest way of speaking that doesn't pull any punches.......should be a great event with her at the helm! If you haven't heard of Jen, read her blog, it's rather awesome. Get your tickets via the link in our bio. Every dollar from raffle sales helps #WearforSuccess support people facing barriers to employment. ... See MoreSee Less

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What a little ripper! You know I'm sure we've all been as excited as this 11-year-old dynamo about something in our lives. But how to keep the momentum? Love this. What's your "donut"?! (Mine? My puppies and ponies.... together when possible!) ... See MoreSee Less

11-year-old Australian surfing star Sabre is one of my favorite people I met this year, and she’s about to be one of yours.

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Raw. Real. Remembering just some of the magical talent that departed our realm last year.

Music is such a gift, it lightens our load and brings such joy, and how lucky are we to experience all of these fantabulous artists in our lifetime??

Of course their memories will live on in their songs that I'll certainly continue to belt out ad infinitum (karaoke tribute night anyone?!)

Thanks Keith Urban for a moving musical tribute. Fair dinkum mate, it's a ripper...
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Keith Urban pays tribute to some of the iconic musicians we lost in 2016 in a moving medley. 🎶 #Studio10

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