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

Phil Hayes St Clair

Episode 11 – Phil Hayes St Clair

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Phil Hayes St Clair is a proud, self described Girl Dad and he’s big on talking about gender equality but not because it’s topical but because he wants better for his daughters. He’s an entrepreneur and has a number of successful companies under his belt such as Drop Bio, a digital health company focused on chronic inflammation and an interesting project called the Laundry Guy – which was born during the rise of unpaid work in COVID lockdowns.

 

Annabel Crabb

Episode 10 – Annabel Crabb

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Annabel Crabb is an award winning Australian political journalist, commentator and television host. Her equality journey started at 14 with a copy of Germaine Greer’s The Female Eunuch. While she’s never felt constrained by her gender, she’s seen toxic gossip hurt women’s careers and she’s observed the different treatment and experiences of men and women in politics and in the media. She’s never been motivated by money but admits could do with a financial makeover. Let’s hear her story

Episode 9 – Natasha Janssens

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Natasha Janssens is an inspirational and awarded money coach and author who likes to keep life and money simple. She’s gone through a journey of ditching perfect on the home front to focus on her business and passion – helping women build wealth. On finance, likes mico-investing apps but draws the line at cashflow apps and crypto. Here’s her money & equality story.

Episode 8 – Jo Burston

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Jo Burston is the CEO of Job Capital, founder of Inspiring Rare Birds, an awarded entrepreneur and trendsetter. Over her career, she’s had hard fought wins, battled sexism and inequalities and has loads of advice for women and advice on these issues.

Lelde Smits

Episode 7 – Lelde Smits

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Lelde Smits is an awarded entrepreneur, finance journalist and is proudly the youngest director of the Australian Shareholders’ Association. She’s unassuming, a Cinderella feminist – the kind of woman that always smiles when the chips are down but empowers you with her lipstick and the show must go on approach. She’s got lessons about unlearning the Cinderella story and fighting the hard battles in business to get respect.

Featured Guests

Phil Hayes St Clair

Phil Hayes St Clair

CEO and co-founder of Drop Bio
Annabel Crabb

Annabel Crabb

Journalist
Annabel Crabb is an Australian political journalist, commentator and television host who is the ABC’s chief online political writer living in Sydney.
Natasha Janssens

Natasha Janssens

Founder of Women With Cents
Natasha Janssens is a money coach and founder of Women With Cents. She is also the author of Wonder Woman’s Guide to Money, multi-award winning finance expert and a regular contributor in the media.
Jo Burston

Jo Burston

CEO of Job Capital
Jo Burston​ ​is the founder and CEO of ​Job Capital​, a company she grew from nothing to $40 million in less than 5 years with a team of 12. Jo founded ‘Inspiring Rare Birds’ with a mission to empower more women entrepreneur.
Lelde Smits

Lelde Smits

Co-Founder The Capital Network
Lelde is an advocate for financial empowerment, an experienced global finance journalist, awarded Australian entrepreneur and Director of the Australian Shareholders’ Association. She is also the Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Capital Network.
Michelle Redfern

Michelle Redfern

Founder of Advancing Women
Michelle is the founder of Advancing Women, an enterprise providing research and advisory services on workplace equality, inclusion, and gender diversity. She is co-founder of A Career that Soars! and of CDW (Culturally Diverse Women) as well as the co-host of the Lead to Soar podcast.
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