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ELLADEX welcomes remarkable brand ambassadors.

ELLADEX’s launch will see Tracey Spicer AM (author, journalist, broadcaster), Jana Pittman (Olympian, author, doctor) and Catherine Fox AM (author, journalist, advocate) play an active role as mentors, content creators and advocates for the new marketplace’s ‘landmark’ contribution to the elevation of professional women. 

Tracey Spicer 

"I had the great privilege of meeting Shivani at an International Women's day for function and I was immediately enormously impressed. She is incredibly intelligent, passionate, authentic, and really ethical. I love what she's doing around trying to narrow the wealth gap… She really is an absolute powerhouse.

I'm proud to be an ambassador for ELLADEX because I'm a lifelong feminist. And I firmly believe that when we bring the sisterhood together and lift each other up, we can achieve great things. There is huge power in collective action. And to have that in an organised way through ELLADEX is priceless.

It’s the first time that I've collaborated with a team through an app. I'm tremendously excited about teaching via this new technology, because you can reach so many more people than just teaching in a classroom.

I've never been part of a community like ELLADEX before. It is joyous to join with women and people who identify as women, because we all have similar challenges. And by sharing our ideas and concepts about how to break through that ‘glass ceiling’, we will all move forward. This is going to create really transformative change.

Joining together through ELLADEX will be immensely powerful because what I found teaching over the years is I learn as much from my students as they learn from me. And so with this wonderful collective sisterhood of women, we learn from each other, we support each other. And I look forward to learning a lot from Shivani and the team at ELLADEX.

I'm excited to bring to ELLADEX everything that I've learned over the past 35 years working both on camera and on stage and at conferences. Often our confidence our fears our nerves, they really hold us back. So I would love to teach as many women as possible, how to get up there and shake off that imposter syndrome to be able to let your true self shine through to the audience."

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"Elevate that woman next to you... Amplify the efforts of women around you. Speak up for other women." — Catherine Fox AM