Blog: Leadership

5 Quick Questions with Rasi Gupta
1 April 2021

  In anticipation for our upcoming In Conversation with author Yumiko Kadota, the She Leads team sat down with Rasi Gupta, doctor-turned Public Servant and lifestyle blogger to chat about career changes, toxic workplaces, and pursuing her dreams.  Rasi was on track for a successful career as a medical doctor, but after years of workplace discrimination, stressful colleagues, and long hours that tangoed with […]

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Five quick questions with Leah House
23 February 2021

The She Leads College Conference taking place on Friday 26 March, is a one-day leadership event for young-woman, non-binary and female-identifying students in years 11 and 12. This year’s theme ‘Wild’, is about harnessing personal adversity and using it to thrive as leaders in our personal and professional capacities.   We caught up with our panel facilitator and Ngambri woman, Leah House, to discuss her leadership journey, […]

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Leadership and Resilience with Heidi Prowse
23 February 2021

In anticipation for our upcoming Workshop, the She Leads team sat down with CEO of MIEACT Heidi Prowse, who will lead a session on Resilience and Mental Agility in the Time of COVID-19. Even before Heidi took on the role of CEO, she has been a well-known Canberra changemaker, community leader and carer, who has built a reputation for transforming not-for-profits over the last decade. Heidi’s career […]

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Five quick questions with April Hélène-Horton
18 February 2021

The She Leads College Conference, taking place on Friday 26 March, is a one-day leadership event for young-woman, non-binary and female students in years 11 and 12. It is designed to equip participants with the practical skills and knowledge they need to go on to become confident leaders in their community.   This year’s theme ‘Wild’, is all […]

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Five quick questions with Karina Judd
17 February 2021

The She Leads College Conference, taking place on Friday 26 March, is a one-day leadership event for young-women, non-binary and female-identifying students in years 11 and 12. It is designed to equip participants with the practical skills and knowledge they need to become confident leaders in their community. This year’s theme ‘Wild’, is about how […]

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Five quick questions with Krishaa Tulsiani
16 February 2021

The She Leads College Conference, taking place on Friday 26 March, is a one-day leadership event for young-woman, non-binary and female students in years 11 and 12. It is designed to equip participants with the practical skills and knowledge they need to go on to become confident leaders in their community. This year’s theme ‘Wild’, […]

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Five quick questions with Jenessa O’Connell
10 February 2021

The She Leads College Conference, taking place on Friday 26 March, is a one-day leadership event for young-woman, non-binary and female students in years 11 and 12. It is designed to equip participants with the practical skills and knowledge they need to become confident leaders in their community.   This year’s theme ‘Wild’, is all about harnessing personal adversity and using […]

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Can’t stop, won’t stop: She Leads High Conference 2020
4 November 2020

On Friday, 30 October, 100 girls, including female-identifying and non-binary people in years nine and ten from high schools across Canberra came together to attend the 2020 She Leads High Conference. Held at the Kambri Cultural Centre at the Australian National University, the conference theme was Unstoppable, where students learned to find their voices and lead with […]

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Mastering self-doubt and mindset training with Angie Ford
1 September 2020

For many people, a leader is often perceived as a person who exudes confidence, emotional intelligence, and is always in control. What most people don’t consider is that all leaders, just like you and I, are humans and face no exemptions when it comes to challenges of self-doubt and uncertainty. Last Tuesday night, YWCA Canberra […]

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World Council 2019 through the eyes of a young woman 
20 February 2020

Once every four years, YWCA members from all around the world gather together for the YWCA World Council meeting. Last year, the 29th World Council was held in Johannesburg, South Africa and surrounded the theme, “Young Women Transforming Power Structures for Gender Equality.”  Sophie Holloway was one of seven YWCA Canberra members to attend as part of the YWCA […]

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