Female leaders share their thoughts on leadership as well as the challenges and opportunities 2020 presented, on International Women’s Day.
Griffith has partnered with Social Good Outpost and the Young Entrepreneurs & Leaders Speaker Series to deliver Next Gen Policy Change, a week-long event for students, young professionals and changemakers.
Griffith political experts foresee the upcoming election as pivotal on several fronts, not least because it is the first time in any Australian state or federal election there are two female candidates.
Sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapist, Adjunct Assistant Professor Nick Marshall, has been named Griffith’s Outstanding Alumnus for 2020, the University’s highest alumni honour.
Griffith graduate partners with Australian Government to inspire future business leaders in South-East Asia
Former Government and International Relations student Elise Stephenson is running a public diplomacy program as part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Australia now initiative.
Griffith will host local and international movers and shakers at a two-day workshop.
Article by Elise Stephenson An equitable number of women and men leaders in our society is crucial to be able to fully capitalise on future growth, to be able to innovate and advance, and to lead our society in a just and representative way. We can look for women leaders in our governments, in our businesses, […]