Jen Dalitz

Jen Dalitz is obsessed with getting more women into leadership roles, in our workplaces and communities. That’s why she writes about, speaks about, mentors and consults on topics related to working women and gender balance.

Over the past decade, Jen has earned international recognition as an advocate for gender balance and a driver of change. Her blog, TheSheEOBlog, enjoys a global following of women and men who tune in for her anecdotes on business, life and leadership; and she is a regular fixture across print, television and digital media.

Picture1Jen’s career highs include recognition in the inaugural INTHEBLACK 40 Young Business Leaders List, receiving an Edna Ryan Workplace Award for improving the working conditions of Australian women, being invited to speak in a BBC global debate on the advancement of women and the Millennium Development Goals and being a finalist in the Telstra Business Awards.

Prior to founding her own business, Jen earned her stripes in the corporate arena. Her career in finance and management consulting has spanned over 20 years, international borders and a host of Fortune 500 companies. As an executive she experienced first hand the challenges women face as they climb the corporate ladder; and the impact on the bottom line when female talent is under-utilised.

Outside of her work advising leaders on gender balance strategies and mentoring individuals to career and business success, Jen currently is the Chair of Peer Support Australia, a national educational foundation that that delivers peer-led wellbeing programs to around 2,000 member schools across Australia with over 300,000 students trained annually in its programs.

Away from her professional endeavours, Jen adores spending time with her young son and husband, beagles and horses, and is actively involved in her family’s farm in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia.


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