ARNA Talks to Lalay Hassan, Marketing Intern for ARNAonline all about her life and experiences
ARNA Talks
by ARNA Sisters
2y ago
Lalay Hassan is a women's rights activist, an economics student at Adelaide University who currently resides in Pakistan. Lalay interned with us at ARNAonline to develop her skills in Marketing and to try something a little bit different. We interviewed her to find out more about her experiences and journey so far. We talked about her career, what she's learned, what life is like in Pakistan and so much more! Have a listen to her awesome story ..read more
Visit website
ARNA TALKS TO DR CHRISANTA MULI
ARNA Talks
by ARNA Sisters
2y ago
Chrisanta is an impact-driven feminist pracademic with +15 years’ experience working in the international development sector - leading and facilitating complex participatory action research and evaluations across diverse contexts in Australia, Africa, and Asia-Pacific. Chrisanta is currently the CEO of One Girl Australia, an organization whose mission to is to break down the barriers that girls face in accessing an education ..read more
Visit website
ARNA Talks to Sara Saleh - Author of Arab Australian Other
ARNA Talks
by ARNA Sisters
2y ago
We talk to Sara Saleh, award-winning Arab-Australian poet, human rights activist and long-time campaigner for refugee rights and racial justice. She has worked for Amnesty International and CARE International in Australia and the Middle East - in Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan and on the Syrian border. Sara is also a lawyer and a published author of Arab Australian Other, she is a true inspiration and powerhouse and we're honoured to have her as part of our Bold Moves campaign at ARNA ..read more
Visit website
ARNA Talks to Monika Nowaczyk founder of Beebee + Bongo and Combodia Knits
ARNA Talks
by ARNA Sisters
2y ago
Monika Chief Knitting Officer at Beebee+Bongo, reluctant social entrepreneur. We talk about what life and work is like in Cambodia, mental health challenges, inspirations like Brene Brown, shame and vulnerability around mental health and the affects of COVID19 on Monika's business and what they chose to do when faced with potentially closing their business down which employs 300+ women ..read more
Visit website
ARNA Talks to Paula Mills, CEO of Academy of Entrepreneurs
ARNA Talks
by ARNA Sisters
2y ago
Paula is a global citizen; born in Brazil, raised in South Africa, Mexico and Australia. She started her first social enterprise project when she was 9... and since then she has been "playing" with entrepreneurship every day. Paula is a true example of a millennial; that focuses on purpose above it all.... having set up schools, orphanages and social projects across Latin America, Africa and South-East Asia. After a decade of working in the Education industry, she found a gap between education and the growing start-up ecosystem, so Paula partnered with thousands of global entrepreneurs from o ..read more
Visit website
ARNA Talks to Sally McWilliam from Fit with Sally
ARNA Talks
by ARNA Sisters
2y ago
Sally is a Body Positive Fitness Professional. She loves cheese and thinks burpees suck. Sally will help you go from wishing you had the time and motivation to improve your fitness habits to actually improving your fitness. She helps women improve their body image using a compassionate approach in a non judgemental environment. Sally's experienced chronic pain for almost 15 years and understands what it’s like to live in a body that doesn’t always do what you want. Sally offers a comprehensive service that few personal trainers can match. With qualifications in mental health first aid & ..read more
Visit website
ARNA Talks to Julie Cooper, Founder of Sœur and Raising the Sisterhood Podcast
ARNA Talks
by ARNA Sisters
2y ago
Julie Cooper is a writer, host of Raising the Sisterhood podcast, facilitates workshops to empower the sisterhood and founder of social enterprise Sœur (pronounced SIR) where every robe sold gives back to creative women in business. We spoke to Julie about so many things, going out on her own after being in a corporate role for years, fears, courage, believing in yourself, giving yourself permission and just so much more ..read more
Visit website
ARNA Talks - Hannah Beder, NSW Young Woman of the Year Winner 2020
ARNA Talks
by ARNA Sisters
2y ago
Hannah is a Software Engineer and the 2020 NSW Young Woman of the Year. She completed her Bachelors and Honours in Computer Science at UNSW, where, as an academic tutor, she discovered her passion for technology education. She won the Anita Borg Award during her final year, "for contribution to society in terms of the benefits of computing for women". Her vision is to create a more inclusive and equitable future for women in STEM. She's held engineering positions at start-ups, Google, and Macquarie Group, as well as teaching positions with Code Like A Girl, the Girls' Programming Network, and ..read more
Visit website
ARNA Talks to Monika Nowaczyk founder of Beebee + Bongo and Combodia Knits
ARNA Talks
by ARNA Sisters
2y ago
Monika Chief Knitting Officer at Beebee+Bongo, reluctant social entrepreneur. We talk about what life and work is like in Cambodia, mental health challenges, inspirations like Brene Brown, shame and vulnerability around mental health and the affects of COVID19 on Monika's business and what they chose to do when faced with potentially closing their business down which employs 300+ women ..read more
Visit website
ARNA Talks - To Mariam Mohammed, Co-Founder of MoneyGirl
ARNA Talks
by ARNA Sisters
2y ago
Born in Pakistan, now living on Darug land, Mariam is a community developer: she rallies people behind a goal and builds their capacity to achieve it. In 2016, Mariam was elected Women’s Officer of the Sydney University Postgraduate Association (SUPRA) - the only woman of colour on the organisation’s Board. In 2017, She became the President of SUPRA – the youngest in the organisation’s 40-year history. Mariam led the team that delivered a 600% increase in the organisation’s community engagement. In 2018, Mariam won the first-ever Australian Dell Policy Hack for a proposal tackling women entre ..read more
Visit website

Follow ARNA Talks on Feedspot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR