#WeLead Gender Equality Empowering Women Diversity & Inclusion

We are excited to announce the ASPL #WeLead campaign to amplify women and celebrating their achievements. As an organisation, we are exceptionally passionate about achieving gender equality and inclusion at every level which is deeply embedded into the fabric of ASPL. We encourage this change within client organisations in the private and public sectors as well. The #WeLead campaign highlights and interviews individuals on their journey while asking 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, ASPL CEO

#WeLead Stories

Recent Stories

Marlie Jolanda

Marlie is a meaningful Marketing & Business Coach and the founder of Secret SisinBiz Society which membershio model is to help Sisters-in-Business grow personally and professionally. Marlie is so passionate about this because she is on a MISSION to close the gap between income and influence between men and women.

Jess Munday

Jess is a 32-year-old business owner and mum of two young kids, a 3-year-old boy Jagger and a 1-year-old girl Indiana. Starting a business wasn’t her intention. She graduated in 2012 with a degree in HR and Management and felt she had certainly found her calling, progressing through the ranks of a global fashion retailer, a job which she loved. It was during maternity leave that an opportunity presented itself. Initially a side project, it soon gained more traction than anyone could have predicted!

Friska Wirya

Friska helps large organisations, and the individuals within them more readily accept and thrive through change. She accelerates adoption and build proficiency at scale, having worked for some of the biggest names in mining, engineering and higher ed.

Sonia Gibson

Sonia loves to solve puzzles and naturally gravitate towards numbers and maths. As an entrepreneur in the accounting world, she has made a concerted move to elevate her leadership by tapping into a feminine approach. She helps clients see where conflict between the head and heart impacts decision making – going with one or the other in business means important elements are left behind.

Naomi Seddon

Naomi is an international lawyer that assists companies to go global. She is also an author, presenter and advocate on issues impacting women in the workplace. She is also a director of a number of companies and she is writing a book on women’s health issues and the workplace (Milk and Margaritas) which is going to be released later this year.

Sam White

Sam grew up in the north of England and set up her first company at 24-years-old. She is now the founder and CEO of five successful businesses in the UK and overseas. Most recently, she has launched Stella Insurance in Australia, a car insurance brand unapologetically for women.

Elley Hudson

Elley grew up in North West Queensland, and moved to Townsville when she was 16 years old. Elley has been working in the real estate industry ever since she was 17 years old. In 2017, she started a company called Excellence Property Management.

Enrica Centorame

Enrica is the Founder and Director of Global Forwarding – Australia’s 1st logistics business to be a Certified Woman Owned enterprise. Single Mum, with two boys and an active SES volunteer.

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