May 29, 2017
Alison Harrington is a formidable woman. She is a woman with a great deal to teach the world about creating a life of meaning and purpose. Alison is also a fabulous illustration of Carol Dweck’s “growth mindset,” which is about the underlying beliefs people have about learning.
A social entrepreneur, Alison...
May 23, 2017
Climate change is impacting agriculture.
“We know it’s going to bring different weather conditions, and hotter conditions, less water, more freak events that will ruin crops eventually. It is scary but it’s interesting to see the way it will react with our crops in the future.”
Grace studied agriculture and...
May 15, 2017
Mikell works in technology.
“I’ve been in technology now for more than a decade professionally and this topic of harassment and sexism and discrimination in tech comes up repeatedly.”
As a teenager, in a robotics competition, she and every other member of her all-girls team were groped in a human tunnel....
May 9, 2017
“Being an Aboriginal midwife is my absolute passion.”
Leona McGrath has just participated in the Walk with Midwifes, as part of closing the gap for Indigenous health outcomes in Australia.
“When I had my own children, I often say that if I had another black face in the clinic, in the birthing room, on...
May 3, 2017
Kath has a costume shop in an Australian country town. She sells costumes, armoury, live action role play gear, weapons, pop culture and other paraphernalia. She loves cosplay and the way it allows you to express yourself and be who you are.
She talks in this interview about some of the factors that have enabled her to...