Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Kate Jenkins, gives us a unique insight into her tireless work on the National Inquiry into Sexual Harassment in Australian Workplaces, the positive effect women's sport is having on gender equality within the broader community, plus why she won't be sharing her Mars Bar.
Helping girls develop self-worth and resilience. CEO of award-winning platform, Enlighten Education, Dannielle Miller, speaks about why she's dedicated her life to helping young females tackle important issues like body image, suicide prevention, domestic violence and even the state of toilets in schools.
Acclaimed non-fiction publisher, Phillipa McGuinness, discusses the 'Sliding Doors' moment that lead her down the path of publishing, the future of reading in a Netflix world and how writing her first book, The Year Everything Changed: 2001, gave her space to talk about the devastating loss of her son, Daniel.
Professor of Gender and Employment Relations at The University of Sydney, Marian Baird, opens up about her fierce dedication to improving women's working lives - including her pivotal role getting Australia's first national paid parental leave scheme off the ground - and why she's making no apologies for it.
Cancer researcher and founder of the STEMMinist Book Club, Caroline Ford, chats to hosts Jane and Catherine about her pioneering work in women's health, the gender equity challenges facing women in academia and, of course, all those bits of the body you're not supposed to talk about.
Hosts Jane and Catherine speak to former Sex Discrimination Commissioner and 2016 NSW Australian of the Year, Elizabeth Broderick, about her current role advising the UN on how to raise the status of women and girls on a global scale and the importance of highlighting the human face of inequality.
Softly spoken, corporate powerhouse and self-confessed maths nerd, Miriam Silva, speaks about the challenges she's faced as Muslim woman in the corporate sphere and how she's overcome them.
Hosts Jane and Catherine say if you have money, you have choices. Founder of The Remarkable Woman, Shivani Gopal, shares how experience of leaving an arranged marriage led her to become a crusader for financial independence for women.
Hosts Jane and Catherine are playing the game. Businesswoman, philanthropist and former Vice President of the Western Bulldogs Football Club, Susan Alberti, opens up about her passion for giving women equal opportunities in sport and what keeps her going, despite facing incredible adversity, including facing cancer and her husband's sudden and tragic death.
Hosts Jane and Catherine discuss the rebel with a cause. CEO of Domestic Violence NSW and 2019 Order of Australia Medal recipient, Moo Baulch, opens up about her incredible quest to stop violence against women, how she came to meet her birth mother at the age of 25 and why she's always had a 'little bit of attitude'.