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 to create significant social impact. They will study at Harvard to further develop their leadership …

Australian / Indonesia Trade and Investment Scholarship

Chief Executive Women (CEW) is pleased to announce Amelia Fyfield as the inaugural Australian  recipient of the Australian/Indonesia International Trade and Investment Scholarship. Amelia has extensive experience in trade development and market access roles and was Head of Beanstalk AgTech in Australia and New Zealand. She is currently CSIRO Counsellor, Director, Southeast Asia, working to build and maintain relationships with ASEAN …

CBA invests in CEW Leaders Program to advance women’s leadership

“I believe in the statement that Leadership is really all about learning, and learning is really all about leadership. The Program has provided such great insights to me on how I personally conduct myself and where the opportunities for improvement are. I can see a lot of strategies can be easily applied including the often-tricky skills needed to persuade and …

Bonnie Boezeman AO Leadership in Nursing Scholarship

Chief Executive Women founding member Bonnie Boezeman AO established The Bonnie Boezeman AO Leadership in Nursing Scholarship to offer higher education opportunities to Australian female nurses. Applications are now open for 2022, offering one emerging woman leader in nursing the opportunity to study a Master of Healthcare Leadership at Southern Cross University.  Hear what Daniella Coates, 2019 Scholar, has …

CEW welcomes Federal Government’s childcare announcement as positive step to increase women’s workforce participation

Chief Executive Women (CEW) today welcomed the Federal Treasurer’s funding announcement to increase access to childcare as an important step towards helping more women participate in the workforce. CEW has long advocated for greater accessibility to affordable childcare to enable greater workforce participation for women. CEW President Sam Mostyn said the cost of childcare is a significant barrier for women …

Bonnie Boezeman AO Leadership in Nursing Scholarship

Bonnie Boezeman AO, one of the founding members of Chief Executive Women (CEW), established The Bonnie Boezeman AO Leadership in Nursing Scholarship to offer higher education opportunities to Australian female nurses. “This CEW Scholarship aims to help female nurses develop the leadership skills to advance their own careers and to grow the nursing sector as a whole,” Bonnie says.  Women …