amge+ Advisory believes in the powerful social, cultural and economic benefits that can be unlocked by organisations who drastically improve and lead in gender equality and diversity. There is ample proof of the strong and sustainable business case for investing in a gender equality strategy. We work with businesses in Australia and globally in progressing the attainment of gender equality and in promoting diversity within the private sector. We guide and connect leaders of organisations who want to take a leadership position on Gender Equality and build a strategy to drive tangible change that will achieve positive cultural, performance and economic benefits from this.

Tennis Australia hosts the first Australian consultation to the UN Secretary General's High Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment

On 7 June 2016, recent (Women’s Empowerment Principle’s) WEPs CEO signatory, Craig Tiley, from Tennis Australia, brought together leaders from the private sector, sporting, academia and civil society - to gather case studies that can be replicated and scaled up by business, governments and communities around the world. This historic consultation was co-ordinated and designed with Freda & Andrew from amge+ Advisory to promote more rapid and tangible change within organisations. Craig Tiley and Tennis Australia used this opportunity to call for more Australian CEOs to commit to the WEPs. 

1. From left Ainslie Van Onselen (Westpac's Director of Women's Markets, Inclusion and Diversity), Freda Miriklis (amge+ Advisory), Patricia Francis (UN Secretariat Representative), Craig Tiley (Tennis Australia CEO), Jayne Hrdlicka (Jetstar Group CEO), Tammy Medard (ANZ Institutional Banking), and Andrew Medard (amge+ Advisory). Ainslie, Freda and Tammy are on the global WEPs leadership group.


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