International Women's Day - POWER4
4 conversations, over 4 hours with 4 incredible voices
Each hour from 9am to 12pm on Wednesday March 8th, Cuppa host Gill Hicks will interview 4 incredible voices on International Women's Day.
Each session will last for around 15 - 20 minutes as Gill asks 4 questions around this years theme of #Embraceequity.
Will you be joining us?
Our POWER4 Voices
Empowering conversations ready to serve this International Women's Day.
Join us this Wednesday 8th March, 2023
Emily Unity is a lived and living experience professional who is passionate about advocating for the human rights of all people, regardless of background, identity, or intersectionality.
Dr Catherine Ball
Associate Professor Catherine Ball is a global business pioneer, advisor, author, company director, and strategic futurist working across global projects where emerging technologies meet humanitarian, education, and environmental needs.
Holly is a globally renowned keynote speaker, disruption strategist and advocate for social and economic inclusion.
Her mission is to break open the notion that leadership is exclusive.
‘Gill Hicks designs the How, to communicate the ‘why’ - EVERYTHING she does is about reminding, reviving and encouraging the ‘I’ in Humanity - through music, art and discussion!
Gill is a powerful and thought-provoking communicator, challenging us to think deeply about the relationship we have with the world around us, with each other and importantly hold with ourselves.
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Acknowledgement to Country
Cuppa acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
We are thankful from the lessons we have learned from the incredible First Nations people who have joined us for a Cuppa as we broadcast from the land that is and always will be Aboriginal land.