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Hi! I'm Catherine

I'm actually a pretty slack feminist.

I'm less 'rage against the machine' and more 'working with one woman at time to carve a path beyond what she believed possible, a career that ignites!'

Ughhh that sounds so corny!!! But truly, who wouldn't want a job you can obsess over, a job that lights you up - FIRES you up?!!

A job that aligns to your purpose, that's respectful of the whole life juggle? A path where you're seen, heard, respected, rewarded.

My team and I are empowering women 1:1 and en-masse, to achieve greater satisfaction. More joy, more reward.

As a Social Enterprise, our profits are funnelled into scholarships, education and our partnerships with like-minded advocates for First Nations women, Domestic & Family Violence survivors, and those working with girls to ensure tomorrow's women have all the courage and support they need.

We work with people just like you.

When you get ahead, you're helping others too. We're ending DV Poverty through Professional Development.

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What is the Gender Gap Problem?

Australia's just had it's worst report ever on the World Economic Forum's rankings, coming in at #50 out of 136 countries.

That's a bad enough number, but when you break it down into the subcategories, it's even worse. We're at #70 on Economic Participation and Opportunity, #54 on Political Empowerment, #99 on Health and Survival.

We're equal first on educational attainment though, that's what's keeping our girls from a much more dismal representation on the overall ranking.

You could say that collectively, we're well educated and well frustrated.

PwC UK data is showing the gap at home is the biggest culprit in the workplace pay gap. That's the division of labour in household chores and childcare. ABS stats are showing that in Australia the situation is even worse- and when we add in our comparatively poor outcomes for health and domestic violence here, we know that action is critical. This problem is not going away on it's own. There has been progress in some areas, and there's much we can do. Especially at an individual level.

What does the data mean in real terms, for you and those you know? Read on...

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