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Over 2,000 women vie for just 30 places in BBC Expert Women’s Day initiative PLUS how to join the Women in Media expert database

With a 9:1 male/female expert ratio on the BBC1 News at Ten, it’s no wonder the network is looking for female talent to add to its expert panel. So what is the biggest obstacle women face in getting on air?  Themselves and the Imposter Syndrome, a…

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BREAKING NEWS: 2GB Radio invites Women onto the Air – voice your support to keep us there!

BIG NEWS here today is that I’ve just received a call from Ben Fordham’s Sydney Live team at 2GB inviting me and Kayley Harris to co-host Ben’s Happy Hour program tonight from 5-6pm.  Kayley and I have been working on a concept t…

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Women in Media – Stereotypes, Representation and What Audience Wants… but is anyone listening?

I was planning to write a post about The Boob himself (aka David Koche) on Sunday afternoon but ended up out of action after pinching a nerve in my back (ouch!).  Thankfully while I’ve been laid out, Clementine Ford published an opinion piece yest…

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The Superwoman Myth โ€“ and why it applies just as much to men as to women

“It seems that “having it all” – or, if you prefer, “doing it all” – is no longer a question of “can she?” or “can’t she?”. It is a fact of life”, says Rachel Hills in her weekend article in Sunday Life on The Superwoman Myth.  Hot on the heels of Sarah-Jessica Parker’s new movie […]

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In the media: The SheEO on Lateline Business, the economy, childcare reform, women in business PLUS tips for creating your own PR

Last week I asked to participate in a panel discussion on Lateline Business (ABC1) on the current economic climate and the challenges for small business and women in business.  You can view what I had to say here: I’m often asked how I manage to get this sort of media coverage – and I think […]

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In the media: The SheEO for Knowledge@ASB on why tax deductible childcare is long over due

This article by Amanda Woodard in Knowledge@Australian School of Business outlines a number of reasons why it’s high time we made childcare tax deductible in Australia.  My opinions were sought, along with leading Australian businesswomen including: Michelle Guthrie, chair of aid agency Plan International Hong Kong, and a former chief executive of the STAR media […]

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