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Elladex Presents: International Women's Day 2024

ELLADEX - formerly The Remarkable Woman

8th March 2024 | 7.30am - 9.45am AEDT | Ivy Ballroom Level 1/320 George St, Sydney or Stream Online

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ELLADEX presents International Women’s Day 2024:                                    #Countherin

The yellow carpet rolls out again. This time for our favourite event of the year - International Women’s Day. Joining us are Yumi Stynes, broadcaster and author, Lynda Edwards,  NSW 2023 Aboriginal Woman of the Year and the 2023 NSW Premier Woman of the Year, and Antoinette Lattouf, journalist, host, author and diversity advocate 

Be inspired by the diverse stories of women who have been working tirelessly to #Countherin when it comes to financial, personal and professional success. You’ll hear how our speakers navigated their way to success in leadership, business, media, and life, challenging the status quo and creating powerful ripple effects for women along the way.

Plus, connect with our community and grow your personal and professional rolodex in style. 

If you’re in Sydney, join us in person for a memorable morning. If not, join us online from wherever in the world you are, live or at a time that suits you.

ELLADEX (formerly The Remarkable Woman) is ready to bring you another International Woman’s Day you won’t forget. Haven’t joined us before? Here’s what’s in store. 

  • Storytelling from our speakers: leave inspired, from fresh perspectives.
  • Get involved: ask your questions in our speaker Q&A session.
  • Network and engage: mingle and make connections with the ELLADEX community
  • Fuel up: who doesn’t love a full hot breakfast with your favourite tea or coffee!

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Your 2024 IWD Speakers

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Yumi Stynes -                    Face and voice of the hugely popular ABC podcast, ‘Ladies, We Need to Talk’, ‘I Heart Trivia’ on I Heart Radio, the interview-based podcast ‘SEEN’ on SBS, popular food podcast ‘5 Minute Food Fix’ and co-author of ‘Welcome to Sex’.
 
Lynda Edwards -            NSW 2023 Aboriginal Woman of the Year and NSW 2023 Premier Woman of the Year. Lynda is a proud Wangkumara and Barkindji woman of Far West NSW, a dedicated voice for her community and a passionate advocate for the financial rights and inclusion of First Nations people.
Antoinette Lattouf -Author of ‘How to Lose Friends and Influence White People’, co-founder of Media Diversity Australia, and co-host of Listnr’s daily news podcast ‘The Briefing’. Antoinette is also a columnist, diversity advocate, mental health ambassador and terrible at reverse parking.
 
 
 

Event Details

Location:

Ivy Ballroom Level 1/320 George St, Sydney NSW 2000 or Stream Online

Date & Time:

Friday, 8th March 7:30am - 9:45am

Tickets:
In person*
Online Streaming

Premium Members: $170

Individual: $45

Non-members: $180

Group of 10: $400

Table of 10: $1,700

Unlimited access / company wide streaming pass: $900

*strictly limited number of in-person tickets available  

More About Your Speakers

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Yumi Stynes

Yumi Stynes is a veteran Australian media figure, spanning two decades from music and arts reporting to sex education advocacy. She hosts popular podcasts like "Ladies, We Need to Talk" and "5 Minute Food Fix" while co-authoring the controversial "Welcome To" book series. Her hosting credits include events like the Sydney Writers Festival and the Newcastle Multicultural Arts Festival. Stynes has won awards for her podcasts and books, such as Lifestyle and Health Podcast of the Year and ABIA Children’s Book of the Year. She's currently nominated for the 2024 Indie Book Awards. In 2024, she continues podcasting while working on two forthcoming books.


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Lynda Edwards
Lynda Edwards, a proud Wangkumara and Barkindji woman from Far West NSW, advocates for First Nations' financial rights. With over 18 years in finance, she started as a capability worker, progressed to a counselor, and now focuses on policy and advocacy. Lynda combats unfair practices and enhances financial literacy among her community, aiming for equitable outcomes. She leads campaigns against unethical sales tactics, fosters inclusive financial services for First Nations people, and mentors financial counselors and workers. Lynda, honored as the NSW 2023 Aboriginal Woman of the Year and Premier Woman of the Year, continues her vital work for her community.

 


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Antoinette Lattouf
 
Antoinette Lattouf, a broadcaster, columnist, author, and diversity advocate, co-founded Media Diversity Australia. She co-hosts Listnr’s 'The Briefing' and 'The Antoinettes' podcasts, and writes for Sydney Morning Herald, The Guardian, and Women’s Agenda. Her book, ‘How to Lose Friends and Influence White People’, was published by Penguin Random House. Recognized as one of AFR’s 100 Women of Influence in 2019, she received Women’s Agenda Leadership Award in 2021 and B&T Women in Media’s Champion of Change. Antoinette, a mental health ambassador for Gidget Foundation, overcame postnatal depression and anxiety.  

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Here's What To Expect

  • Keynote presentations from Yumi Stynes, Lynda Edwards, and Antoinette Lattouf.
  • A chance to celebrate International Women’s Day in style and with great company
  • Post-event networking - get your networking game on!

  • Full hot breakfast plus tea, coffee and juice.
  • A chance to join the conversion during our Q&A session with our speakers.
  • Photo ops with our panel. Say lights, camera, action
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Your Host

Shivani Gopal

Shivani Gopal

You'll be spending your morning with Shivani Gopal, CEO and founder of ELLADEX (formerly The Remarkable Woman), who will be asking our panel all the questions you've been curious about! Shivani is an expert in the financial inclusion of women, has built a global community of women to make change personally, professionally and financially and is regularly representing women's issues in the national media.



 

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