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The Heroine’s Journey – a guest post by Marion Chapsal

As first published in Geronimo Coaching Now:  Once upon a time, in the bleak Welsh valleys, there was a little girl. Her name was Sylvia Ann… I grew up in the Welsh mining valleys. I was one of 6 girls children in a family that struggled a lot with unemployment. We didn’t have a refrigerator or […]

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A dose of inspiration – 8 places available to UN Women breakfast with Justice Unity Dow – you must read this!

Where are you drawing your inspiration from right now?  I had the great privilige to sit between two inspiring women today at lunch – Imelda Roche AO was on one side and my friend Michelle Hartman of Deloitte was on the other.  Michelle inspires me because she’s a person who’s not afraid to take on a challenge, which is […]

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In conversation with Maxine McKew – ‘Success, Defeat and Everything In Between’

She was the giant slayer who toppled Australia’s second-longest serving Prime Minister, John Howard – ousting him from his seat of Bennelong in the 2007 election. And now you can get up close and personal with Maxine McKew former MP for Bennelong, journalist and feminist. sphinxx is delighted to support the next fundraising event for Dress […]

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Women are Heroes – a tale of unsung heroes of developing countries and what they make of life in the 21st century

This new film tracks – released this week and featuring at the Cannes Film Festival – features the stories of women from around the world, highlighting the difference that women make in their communities.  The heroic role that mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts play in developing countries is showcased and again, I will be looking out […]

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MISS Representation – new film on the role of media in closing the gender leadership gap

Actress and outgoing San Francisco First Lady Jennifer Siebel Newsom thinks the mainstream media’s portrayal of women contributes to the leadership gap, and she makes this case in her upcoming documentaryMiss Representation, which will show at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.  This documentary points out that the media is the message and the messenger – and has […]

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Gender diversity breakthrough in tertiary educations: Congratulations to Lisa Sutherland, new Master of Wesley College.

Every time a woman breaks into a new role, and makes the historic move to step into a position previously held exclusively by men, women all over the country cheer. When Julia Gillard became Prime Minister, despite the stunning way it occurred or her politics, women all over Australia were cheering, tweeting, status updating, hi-fiving […]

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