Hachette is proud to be partnering with Future Women in a series of events this International Women’s Day that amplify stories of perseverance, courage and strength.
On Monday 8th March at the Gallery of New South Wales, we will hear from Walkley-award winning journalist Louise Milligan, writer, musician Nardi Simpson and youth activist Daisy Jeffrey in a powerful panel discussion on ‘seeking justice for women’ on Monday. This incredible discussion will be led by Future Women Chief Creative Officer and author Jamila Rizvi.
On the 9th and 10th of March, Hachette authors Nikki Gemmell and Noreena Hertz at the Future Women Executive Leadership Summit on March 9th and 10th. The Panel will feature keynote speeches, panel discussions and interactive sessions, sharing the latest insights of modern leadership and empowering audiences incorporate them into their career. Buy tickets here: https://bit.ly/3kSGPam
Reading women’s stories and magnifying women’s voices is paramount to #ChooseToChallenge.
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