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Catch up on the interviews that got us talking
With FW Live, you get to ask the questions. Tune in every Thursday at 4PM as Jamila Rizvi and Helen McCabe interview notable women excelling in their fields.
From Gladys Berejiklian to Bernardine Evaristo, we have an interview to cover every interest and professional development topic. Watch these recordings at your leisure.
NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, speaks with Future Women Founder Helen McCabe about her career, leadership style and guiding NSW through COVID-19.
DR. FATIMA KHAN
Future Women's Chief Creative Officer Jamila Rizvi speaks with The Menopause Specialist, Dr Fatima Khan, about how women can balance their hormones to optimise physical, emotional and psychological wellbeing.
“If you have everyone in the room with the same lived experience, inevitably, your decisions are not going to be the best.”
― SALLY MCMANUS, Secretary of the Australian Council of Trade Unions
Future Women's Founder Helen McCabe speaks with 2019 Booker Prize winning author, Bernardine Evaristo, about her career, early novels, Girl, Woman, Other, and what's next.
Regional Director for Asia at the international aid gaency CARE, Deepmala Mahla, speaks with Future Women's Chief Creative Officer Jamila Rizvi about their aid projects, fundraising and the impact of COVID-19 on women and girls in the developing world.
Columnist and senior journalist, Jacqueline Maley, speaks with Future Women's Founder Helen McCabe about her two year investigation breaking the Dyson Heydon story with fellow journalist Kate McClymont.
“Not all of the allegations that we’ve heard about or that we’ve been told about, we’ve been able to publish. ”
―JACQUELINE MALEY, Columnist and senior journalist
Future Women's Chief Creative Officer Jamila Rizvi speaks with Lacey Filipich about how we can secure our financial independence during uncertain times.
DR NEELA JANAKIRAMANAN
Future Women's Chief Creative Officer Jamila Rizvi speaks with surgeon, writer and campaigner, Dr. Neela Janakiramanan, about how we should approach the easing of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions.