Partners

Media Partner

Analysis & Policy Observatory
The Analysis & Policy Observatory is an award-winning research collection and information service curating key resources to support evidence-informed policy and practice. APO hosts and provides free access to a wide range of grey literature, data, journal articles and books, audio and video and online resources and the tools to publish, search, manage and track content, people and organisations.

Endorsing Partners

Business Women Australia (BWA) is a female owned, membership-based Australian enterprise. This national association of women in business is fast becoming one of the most influential collectives of female business owners, professionals, entrepreneurs, executives and women on boards. With over 12,000 advocates across Australia engaged with BWA this dynamic group of women leaders come from all sectors, professions and states. BWA is focused on four core areas to support women in business; personal growth, professional engagement, leadership development and business improvement. A very ambitious program of events, boardroom workshops and webinars is delivered annually to thousands of business women in Australian cities and regional areas. “Our mission is to help business women achieve their goals with valuable support and a community of influence.”  Check out the calendar of events on the BWA website. Membership is open to business women across all sectors and states.

The Positivity Institute (PI) is a positively deviant organisation dedicated to the research and application of well-being science for life, school and work. PI’s BHAG (big, hairy, audacious goal) is to create flourishing lives and increase the well-being of the world!

The Australian Women’s Network (AWN) is a global referral network, which provides an online and live platform for women in business to connect and achieve success in business, through referrals, networking, events, sharing and learning. Our overall mission is to Inspire Greatness in women in all areas of their lives.  AWN aims to provide the resources and tools to empower women, families and communities throughout the world. AWN was created by women, for women and encompasses the ‘Five To Thrive’ areas of success: Business, Community, Financial, Physical and Social.

Diversity Council Australia (DCA) is the independent not-for-profit peak body leading diversity and inclusion in the workplace. It provides unique research, inspiring events and programs, curated resources and expert advice across all diversity dimensions to a community of member organisations.

Behind Closed Doors is a leading national network of businesswomen supporting and encouraging each other to attain greater levels of success through opening doors to new opportunities and markets.
Operating in Adelaide for 10 years in 2018, memberships are offered in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth providing peer to peer mentoring, professional development and networking opportunities for businesswomen.
 
Members are placed into a confidential women’s support network with a highly skilled and respected Facilitator where you will receive encouragement and support to enable you to confidently accept greater professional challenges, including nominating for Board and Chairman roles.

VISION: To ensure that women influence the agricultural agenda
 
Founded in 1993, AWiA is Australia’s peak organisation for women across all areas of agriculture.  AWiA does not employ staff.  A board of professional highly skilled and qualified directors volunteer their time and passion to deliver a broad range of strong national initiatives that build individual and community capacity and resilience through various mediums.
 
Our members are part of a recognised and dedicated national network involved in the development of Australian primary production, rural industries and communities.  They are from diverse backgrounds including primary production, industry, research, education, service industries and small businesses from across Australia and overseas.
 
OUR FOCUS:
  • INFORM: To ensure that our members and wider network are aware, engaged and well-Informed 
  • INFLUENCE: To ensure that women are consulted, considered and influence decision-making
  • INNOVATE: To ensure that we are a dynamic, sustainable, creative, progressive and innovative organisation 
  • INVEST: To invest in women in agriculture, facilitating pathways for learning and leadership 
  • INCLUSIVE: To promote inclusivity and collaboration in community, business, industry, politics and culture, within Australia and internationally.