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Rhode to Social Justice - Zoe Morrison (‘94)

Rhodes Scholar, Zoe, is probably best known for the ground-breaking Morrison Report. Discover what led her from a traditional Law path to one of social justice, and now, author of an award-winning novel.

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Frances Adamson (‘76) becomes Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s first female secretary

Malcolm Turnbull has named Frances Adamson ('76) as the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's new secretary, making her the first woman to hold the post. We congratulate Frances on this landmark achievement!

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Hitting a High Note - Elizabeth McCall (‘93)

Elizabeth continues to enjoy a diverse musical career, one that has taken her to London and back, and has had her working in unexpected areas. She talks about her path, and where she has found “flow”.

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The Path to Research - Kathleen Pishas (‘05)

Kathleen speaks to us about her role researching Ewing sarcoma, which has led her to move to the US to continue her work. She is currently investigating a therapeutic agent which is expected to enter Phase I human clinical trials at the end of the year.

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A Brush with Colour - Lucy Bonnin (‘04)

Adelaide-based artist Lucy describes her artistic journey from being a Walford Reception student creating a mosaic on the floor, to multi-award-winning artist.

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Women in the Workforce: The Importance of Participation

Lucinda Hewitson, Walford Old Scholar and Parent, Director of Lucinda Hewitson Consulting

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Networking Your Way to Success

The Walford Women at Work program offers a series of events designed for women with Walford connections to network together, share their experiences and develop their skills. At our latest event networking expert, Linda Chaousis, led a breakfast workshop on that focused on how to approach anyone with confidence and purpose, how to craft a memorable answer to “what do you do?” and how to create a mindset to draw others towards you.

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What do year 12 girls think about the gender gap?

In discussing current business trends, the Year 12 Business and Enterprise class invited old scholar and business owner, Lucinda Hewitson ('91) to speak about issues regarding flexibility, equality in the workplace and work-life balance. The students were given an opportunity to facilitate discussions and put their leadership skills to use.

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