The EqualizHER podcast is about real equality stories that maketh the woman

The EqualizHER Podcast features life changing life stories on gender equality from remarkable women... okay & sometimes men.

Host Bianca Hartge-Hazelman talks candidly to business leaders, public figures and change agents about their personal journeys – the highs and lows, and what they learnt along the way.
These women also share how their experiences with equality affected their money stories and the actions they take today, including what financial or tech apps they can’t live without

Licia Heath

EP 20 – Licia Heath

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In this EqualizHER Podcast, Licia Heath is the CEO of Women for Election and she’s on a mission to get more women into politics. Her light bulb moment came after the birth of her first child whilst working in a fast-paced financial services environment. She was exhausted by the work and mental load. Things just didn’t seem fair, and this helped give rise to a purpose to encourage and fearlessly support more women to enter the political arena and start to change policies so that they reflect half of the population.

Carol Schwartz

EP 19 – Carol Schwartz

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In this EqualizHER Podcast, Carol Schwartz was raised in an equal opportunity home where she was encouraged to try things but always expected to attend school. It wasn’t really until university that she started noticing that more women than men dropping out of degrees, either to have children or travel. It was an eye-opener then, and today she’s constantly outraged and determined to help change the barrier that prevent women from stepping up and into leadership positions.

Meggie Palmer

EP 18 – Meggie Palmer

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In this EqualizHER Podcast, Meggie Palmer is a former Australian journalist turned accidental entrepreneur and pay coach. It was a peeved off moment that led to her eventually starting Peptalkher which is all about helping women close the gender pay gap.  The inspiration for it was upon finding out she was being underpaid compared to her male colleagues for the same role.  Today she encourages other women to share their stories and take action.

Nicole forrester

EP 17 – Nicole Forrester

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In this EqualizHER Podcast, we speak to Nicole Forrester, a proud indigenous Australian businesswomen who is the head of the off of purpose at Fujitsu for Australia and New Zealand. It’s a pretty cool job title for a Navy reject. Yes, it wasn’t her first career choice. She wanted to be a Navy clearance diver but was knocked back on the basis of her sex. It was a light bulb moment for her which has driven a life-long commitment towards helping teams thrive because of their difference be that gender, culture or other.

EP 16 – Sally Loane

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Sally Loane has a beautiful voice and it’s one many of us have listened to because she was the journalist and host of the Morning program on 702 ABC Sydney for many years. Growing up she was told that girls could do anything – thanks to a progressive 70s school and upbringing. As a journalist she never felt under paid or overlooked because of her gender. But when she hit the corporate sector to enter the world of financial services, she experienced her own lightbulb moment, that she likens to attending a boys school, and suddenly it allowed her to see why so many women feel alienated and not at home in leadership.

Featured Guests

Licia Heath

CEO Women For Election Australia

Carol Schwartz

Carol Judith Schwartz AO is an Australian business executive, community leader and philanthropist

Queenie Tan

Founder of Invest with Queenie

Kate Farrar

Kate Farrar is the CEO of LGIAsuper

Nicole Forrester

Head of the office of purpose Fujitsu for Australia and New Zealand

Meggie Palmer

Founder PeptalkHer
Meggie is the founder of PeptalkHer and is also a speaker and former journalist. She is a proud Australian who now runs her business helping women to close the gender pay gap from New York City.
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