When May 10, 2022 at 7:30pm 1 hr 30 mins
Where Zoom
Contact Ed Hughes [email protected]

Catherine, Nicolette and Joyce will be in conversation with Sarah, sharing their diverse perspectives on what it means to lead with integrity in the 21st century. As highly accomplished women at 3 distinct stages of their careers, we will be asking “what would it take to transform the culture in their respective areas of expertise, corporate, political and inter-personal?” What needs to change so women feel safe, respected and able to show up fully as leaders in their own right, with their own style and approach, unhindered by expectations of what a leader should look like. We will unpack what integrity could look like in each of these arenas and rethink the ‘how’ of leadership.

Sarah Wilson is a multi-New York Times and Amazon best-selling author, podcaster, thought leader, minimalist, philanthropist and climate advisor. She founded the international I Quit Sugar movement and wrote the international bestsellers I Quit Sugar and First, We Make the Beast Beautiful, and has been ranked in the top 200 most influential authors in the world. Sarah is the author of another 11 cookbooks that sell in 52 countries, and her most recent book This One Wild & Precious Life won the 2021 US Gold Nautilus Award. Sarah’s podcast WILD continues the conversation started in TOWPL, through deep conversations with philosophers, creatives, poets, scientists on the big questions that haunt us.

In a “previous life” Sarah was a News Corp journalist and opinion columnist, editor of Cosmopolitan Australia and host of Masterchef Australia before founding the largest wellness website in Australia. Sarah now dedicates all her resources to driving a global conversation on sustainability and climate change, as well as resilience, living a life of value and change leadership. https://www.sarahwilson.com

Catherine Fox is a leading commentator on women and the workforce, an award-winning journalist, author and presenter. During a long career with the Financial Review, she edited several sections of the newspaper, and wrote the Corporate Woman column. Catherine has published five books, including "Stop Fixing Women” which was awarded the 2017 Walkley Award for Women’s Leadership in Media. Catherine helped establish the annual Financial Review 100 Women of Influence Awards in 2012 and was named a Woman of Influence in 2018. She is a gender equality advisor to the Australian Defence Force, sits on the Australians Investing in Women board, and is co-founder of the Sydney Women’s Giving Circle. https://catherinefox.com.au

 Dr Joyce Yu is a doctor working in Sydney, and the Co-Founder and Director of Consent Labs, a youth-led not-for-profit that provides consent and respectful relationships education across Australian high-schools and universities. Her passion was born out of lived experiences during university, where there was a clear need for greater awareness of consent, sexual harassment and assault. Last year, Consent Labs empowered 10,000 young people with the evidence-based knowledge to make informed decisions when it comes to respectful relationships. Joyce is a passionate advocate for gender equity, diversity and inclusion in all spaces that she works. Within medicine, she is currently involved in researching the impacts of pregnancy and parenthood on surgical training in Australia and AoNZ.https://www.consentlabs.org.au

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