Join us for an intimate experience with one of Australia’s most beloved journalists, Annabel Crabb.
Be part of this special breakfast event to hear from Annabel and other prominent South Australian women leaders. You’ll have the opportunity to connect and network with diverse women leaders, enjoy breakfast canapes, and join Annabel for a meet and greet and book signing after the conclusion of her keynote address.
We are delighted to announce that Senator Sarah Hanson-Young will also be joining us for an ‘In Conversation’ with Women & Leadership Australia CEO Karen Taylor.
Tickets are limited – and will sell fast – so be sure to secure your seats while you can!
About Annabel Crabb
Annabel Crabb is one of Australia's most beloved journalists. She is a multi-faceted writer and broadcaster who ranges between federal politics, gender, current affairs, history and cooking and is a sought-after speaker and presenter for her incisive and humorous approach.
She is the creator and presenter of Ms Represented, and of the long-running political interview series Kitchen Cabinet, a seventh season of which will air this year. She wrote and presented the ground-breaking documentary series on life inside Australia’s Parliament House, The House With Annabel Crabb. She also hosts ABC's popular Australian history and food series, Back In Time For Dinner. Annabel is a regular face on ABC TV's election night and Budget broadcasts and has a long history of appearances on ABC's Insiders program, including a stint as acting host in 2019.
She is a regular commentator across the ABC's radio network. With friend and ABC colleague Leigh Sales, Annabel hosts the podcast Chat 10 Looks 3, an independent podcast in which the pair discuss books, ﬁlm, culture, and cooking. Their ﬁrst book together, Well Hello, was published in September 2021. Annabel won a Walkley Award for her biographical work "Stop At Nothing: The Life And Adventures Of Malcolm Turnbull" and has written several books including the 2014 bestseller The Wife Drought.
Annabel boasts the awkward distinction of being Twitter’s most-followed Australian journalist, with an audience of over half a million.
About Sarah Hanson-Young
Senator Sarah Hanson-Young is a passionate environmentalist, community campaigner, feminist, and human rights activist. She is the Australian Greens Manager of Business in the Senate, and Party spokesperson for the Environment and Water, Media and Communications, and the Arts.
With 15 years in the Parliament, Sarah has become one of the country's leading voices on women in politics, environmental protection, climate change, media laws and diversity, and human rights policy. Her short book “En Garde” was a personal exposé that helped break the silence on women’s treatment in modern Australian politics. In 2019, Sarah won a landmark defamation case against a former male Senator, calling out harassment and sending a strong message that women deserve to be safe and respected in all workplaces.
Sarah has been a Young Global Leader with the World Economic Forum since 2016 and was a Bloomberg Catalyst in 2021.