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Without our committed volunteers, PWN Global would simply not exist. 

It's thanks to the dedicated support of over 300 of our members that we are able to offer events, programmes and resources that support you in realising your true potential and advancing gender balanced leadership. Read some of the stories to see how volunteering has helped our members to develop new skills, make real change in their organisations and achieve their career goals.

If you are already a top leader in your company, or want to experience what leadership at the top is like, we need your help!  The nature of volunteerism is transitory, so we are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to get involved.

 

  • Melinda Gates may be just the person to help push for gender equality at the G7

    Melinda Gates is enormously wealthy. She is a philanthropist who does good works. She commands attention. She is a role model for women. She also said, not all that long ago in a Time magazine video, that she “originally thought that women’s issues were the soft issues.

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  • ‘If you don’t ask, you don’t get’: Amy Foo on making your career work for you

    Amy Foo is helping to steer a growing tech company towards the $1 billion mark in her role at Zendesk, while also ensuring the firm supports plenty of women along the way and gets behind a number of CSR efforts.

    Based in Melbourne, Amy”s the  VP of Finance and Operations APAC, and a former finalist in the Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards.

    She’s the latest to feature on our Q&A series The Link, connecting you to the interesting ideas and work of inspiring women.

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  • 10 Leading Ladies Changing Business As Usual

    Icons of Entrepreneurship 10 Leading Ladies Changing Business As Usual Beyond the traditional C-suite, women are running business units, founding companies, and innovating their way to the top on their own terms @rebekahiliff My entrepreneurial journey began at age 16, when I started teaching private ballet lessons over my summer break. I ran the numbers, made flyers, and rented studio space from my extremely gracious ballet instructor and owner of Ballet Midwest in Topeka, Kansas.

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  • You Don't Need to Have Dug a Mine to Run One, Female Leaders Say

    Eira Thomas has discovered diamonds in the far north, co-founded mining companies and sat on a dozen boards -- including Canada’s most valuable energy company. So the 49-year-old was a little taken aback when an investor recently suggested she needed to hire an engineer as chief operating officer to back her up in the executive suite. She was, after all, only a geologist.

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  • No Clear C-Suite Path? Ask These 4 Questions To Carve Your Own

    Feel like you’ve hit a plateau? Here’s how (and when) to find some new ways to keep climbing.

    The longer you stay at a company, the harder it can be to see that it’s time to leave–especially if your long-term goal is to wind up in a leadership position. After all, knowing the ropes, and which colleagues take milk in their coffee, can feel comforting.

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