Policy and Advocacy

Women Leaders Enabling Women Leaders

Founded in 1985, Chief Executive Women (CEW) now represents over 650 of Australia’s most senior and distinguished women leaders across business, academia, government, the arts and not-for-profit sectors. Our shared mission is ‘women leaders enabling other women leaders’.

We strive to educate and influence all levels of Australian business and government on the importance of gender balance. Through advocacy, targeted programs and scholarships, CEW works to remove the barriers to women’s progression and ensure equal opportunity for prosperity. CEW’s members work actively to realise our vision of a community where women and men have equal economic and social choices and responsibilities.

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CEW Budget 2021 response Sam Mostyn AO

CEW Welcomes Federal Budget Measures

CEW welcomes Federal Budget measures to increase women’s workforce participation and economic security Chief Executive Women (CEW) has welcomed a $3.4 billion investment aimed at increasing women’s workforce participation and economic security in tonight’s Federal Budget. “The measures announced tonight

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Events

> CEW Annual Dinner 2021
Save the date, Thursday, 14 October, ICC, Sydney

Scholarships

> Step up and apply now: Bonnie Boezeman AO Leadership in Nursing Scholarship

SPOTLIGHT ON

CEW Budget 2021 response Sam Mostyn AO

CEW Welcomes Federal Budget Measures

CEW welcomes Federal Budget measures to increase women’s workforce participation and economic security Chief Executive Women (CEW) has welcomed a $3.4 billion investment aimed at increasing women’s workforce participation and economic security in tonight’s Federal Budget. “The measures announced tonight

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KEY DATES:

Scholarships

Events

Federal Budget

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