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Future Women was founded by journalist and editor Helen McCabe in 2018. Today we interact with tens of thousands of women and offer a range of activities to help women connect, learn and lead.
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Next Generation Innovators
S05E06 Dr Evelyn Chan
In this week's episode of Next Generation Innovators, Smileyscope CEO Dr Evelyn Chan talks about the anguish she experienced injecting needles in patients as a junior doctor and how this sparked the idea for an innovative virtual reality solution.
Enormous thanks to our partner AusIndustry's Entrepreneurs’ Programme at https://business.gov.au
S02E01 Deborah Wallace
In this week's episode, Leila speaks to retired NSW detective Deborah Wallace about how leading with authenticity shaped her ascension within the police force.
She also takes us through her biggest career-defining moments – from re-enacting Anita Cobby's final hours, cracking down on the seedy underworld of organised crime, and how a legal stoush with Alan Jones helped fulfil a lifelong dream.
Enormous thanks to our partner Uber Eats.
Future Women Leadership Series
S01E23 Arabella Burge
Arabella Burge is a master collaborator. She has successfully pivoted from the Director of Communications for PBL Media in Australia and London to CEO of the Gidget Foundation, a charity dedicated to dealing with perinatal depression. Arabella speaks with host Helen McCabe about using her corporate leadership experience for the greater good, leading with empathy and harnessing her persuasiveness to help young families around the country.
Anonymous Was A Woman
In this episode of AWAW, Jamila and Astrid consider what freedom means to them - and it is the freedom to read and the freedom to write. Jamila brings Colson Whitehead's The Underground Railroad - a Pulitzer Prize winning novel - to the podcast. Astrid considers Eating With My Mouth Open, the debut collection by Melbourne-based Sam van Zweden.
Thanks to our partner Hachette Australia for making AWAW possible.
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