Today we are excited to announce the ASPL #WeLead campaign, amplifying women and celebrating their achievements.

ASPL and our CEO Kris Grant are exceptionally passionate about achieving gender equality and inclusion at every level to be deeply embedded in the fabric of Organisations and Government and we are relentless in the pursuit of promoting this change.  As such, we will be promoting and highlighting all genders in their journeys and interviewing them about women who inspire them each day.

“ASPL’s goal in the #WeLead Campaign is to bring awareness to this challenging issue and our first step is to provide a platform to resonate, connect and relate. By sharing individual’s journeys we hope that this resonates with you to continue talking with your colleagues, families and communities on how collectively this can change.”
– Kris Grant

Jodie Quilliam PSM

I’m currently Assistant Director, Technical Service Delivery in the Department of Health and Human Services. Originally from South Australia but I’ve lived and worked in Tokyo, Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne.

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Judy Scott

I’m a Canberra based mediator, coach and facilitator. My career began in the UK in the 1980s but my winding path has taken me through Kenya, Hong Kong and now Australia, from exercise physiologist to military officer and public servant.

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Alana Barker

Alana Barker is a full time Pilates teacher while also running a swimwear brand on the side.

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Mohan Aiyaswami

As a technology and business leader with over 30 years of experience, Mohan has been leading and implementing complex business transformation in several organisations globally.

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Suzi Dyke

Growing up in a large family of a small town in country Victory, Suzi now lives in Melbourne with her family. Starting her career off as an electrical draftsman at State Electricity Commission of Victoria, Suzi now works as a Senior DevOps Security Specialist at Telstra.

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