"I am honoured to be part of Women & Leadership Australia's 100 Days for Change. While women have come a long way in the workplace, there's still an awfully long way to go. What I love about this campaign is the focus on practical change, from the grassroots to the top end of town: action, not words. It will be exciting to see what we are able to achieve."
100 Days for Change Ambassador
Tracey Spicer AM is an author, journalist and television presenter who has anchored programs for ABC TV, Network Ten, Channel 9 and Sky News over the past 30 years. Renowned for the courage of her convictions, passion for social justice, and commitment to equality, she also has a wicked sense of humour. Currently, she works as a weekly columnist for Fairfax, presentation trainer for Outspoken Women and the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, and media trainer at Spicer Communications. She appears regularly as a commentator on ABC TV and Channel 9. Tracey has written, produced and presented documentaries for NGOs in Bangladesh, Kenya, Uganda, Papua New Guinea, and India, and the National Breast Cancer Foundation in Australia. Her essays have appeared in dozens of books, including Women of Letters, She’s Having a Laugh, and Bewitched & Bedevilled: Women Write the Gillard Years, while her TEDx Talk, The Lady Stripped Bare, has attracted more than 1.5 million views.
Tracey Spicer AM
Author, Journalist and Television Presenter
Women & Leadership Australia is proud to be working with Tracey Spicer to bring the 100 Days for Change initiative to life.
Responding to the unacceptably slow pace of change in gender equality, leading organisations have come together to form the Australian Gender Equity Council (AGEC), a national not-for-profit organisation. AGEC’s mission is simple – to achieve gender equality in Australia. Through high profile national awareness campaigns, advocacy and research, it aims to drive a cultural shift in Australia so that women and men have the same rights and opportunities across all sectors of the community. AGEC’s founding members collectively represent over 400,000 women and girls.
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency is proud to be supporting the 100 Days for Change initiative and raising awareness for the Pay Equity Ambassador (PEA) program. The Workplace Gender Equality Agency is an Australian Government statutory agency created by the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012. The Agency is charged with promoting and improving gender equality in Australian workplaces.
Tracey Spicer AM
Dr Terrance Fitzsimmons
Managing Director, Australian Gender Equality Council (AGEC)
“I have worked closely with Women & Leadership Australia for many years and believe it to be one of the most important mouthpieces for the gender equality movement across Australia. As Managing Director of the Australian Gender Equality Council I see significant synergies between our organisations and I am tremendously excited to be working in partnership to support the rollout of 100 Days for Change.”
We at ORIMA Research are proud to be involved in the 100 Days for Change initiative. Gender equality is something that we, as an organisation, strongly believe in, practise and support. ORIMA’s business is focussed on rigorous, evidence-based measurement and we are pleased to be assisting Women & Leadership Australia in the evaluation of this campaign.