International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day, is a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political influence of women.

The ANU College of Business and Economics would like to celebrate the accomplishments of our alumnae, who have excelled in their fields and contribute their expertise all year around, not just one day a year. 

Dr Valerie Caines

PhD (2018)

The skills toolkit
Valerie, the Founder of Third Act Consulting and Managing Director at Cognitrix HR Consulting, shares the key differences between working in academia and the private sector.

Fuzuki Nishimura

MBus (2009), MProfAcc (2009)
ROI – Return on Internships

Fuzuki, Chief Technical Officer for Tailored Accounts, explains the importance of internships.

Donisha Duff

MBA (2013)
Boosting community healthcare

Donisha is the Chief Operating Officer at the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health. In this interview, she discusses the health sector for Indigenous communities in Australia and overseas.

Dr Jane Gunn

PhD (2009)

The COVID-19 code of conduct
Jane, who is the Partner in Charge of KPMG Australia's People & Change practice, explores the opportunities for organisations and leaders in a post-pandemic world.

Jo Evans

BEc (Hons) (1994), BA (Asian Studies) (Hons) (1993)

Complex Climate
Jo is the Deputy Secretary in the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources. In this interview, she reflects on climate change and policy. 

Cheryl Ng

BIntBus (Hons) (2014)

Purpose, profit and impact
Cheryl, who works within DBS Bank’s philanthropic arm, DBS Foundation, discusses her career trajectory and social enterprise.

June Ma

LLB (Hons) (2016), BEc (2015)

The sky is the limit
RBA economist June Ma recounts her journey to Harvard University.

Jamila Rizvi

BComm (2010), LLB (2010)

A page-turner
Prominent author Jamila Rizvi discusses mentorship for women, writing and Hermione Granger.