Women Leaders Enabling Women Leaders

CEW’s 900 + members hold leading roles in Australia’s largest private and public organisations. They oversee more than 1.3 million employees and $749 billion in revenue. Member’s organisations have a combined market capitalisation greater than $1.144 trillion and contribute in excess of $249 billion to Australia’s GDP.*

Since 1985 CEW has influenced and engaged all levels of Australian business and government to achieve gender balance. Through advocacy, research, targeted programs and scholarships, CEW helps 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.
*Calculations based on 640 members as of June 2021

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NAIDOC Week: Congratulations to our 2022 Indigenous Scholars

This NAIDOC Week, we are delighted to announce four new recipients of the CEW and Roberta Sykes Indigenous Education Foundation Scholarships for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women leaders in Australia. The recipients of this years’ scholarships are women leaders in organisations with the ability

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