Alex Thompson is the fashion editor at theEDIT.
Amanda Davey is journalist and columnist with a particular interest in health and social issues. Over the years she has worked as a restaurant reviewer, motoring writer, business journalist and lifestyle features editor.
Amanda Gome is the former CEO of Private Media, which publishes Women's Agenda, SmartCompany, Startup Smart, LeadingCompany, Crikey, The Power Index and Property Observer.
Amber Jamieson covers culture and environmental issues for Women's Agenda sister publication, Crikey. She is currently working on a list of the most powerful people in food for The Power Index.
Bethanie Blanchard is a freelance writer, PhD student and literary critic for Women's Agenda sister site Crikey
Cara Waters is the deputy editor of SmartCompany, a sister site of Women's Agenda.
Catherine Davis is MYOB's organisational development manager.
Cathy Alexander is the deputy editor of Women's Agenda sister site, Crikey.
Catriona Pollard has been named one of the top PR people to follow on Twitter, and is leading speaker and media commentator on PR and social media. Her agency, CP Communications, merges traditional PR methodologies with cutting-edge social media strategies. Catriona blogs at PublicRelationsSydney and SocialMediaSydney and can be followed on Twitter @CatrionaPollard and @CPCPR.
Celia Hodson is the new chief executive of the School for Social Entrepreneurs. She has worked extensively with social enterprise boards in the UK.
Claire Braund is a director and co-founder of Women on Boards.
Claire Chaffey is the editor and publisher of French Living Magazine.
Clare Mann is an organisational psychologist, author and communications expert who teaches individuals and organisations to communicate more effectively and have more rewarding relationships. Her latest book Communicate: How To Say What Needs To Be Said, When It Needs To Be Said, In The Way It Needs To Be Said is available from www.communicate31.com and all good bookstores.
Clover Moore is the Lord Mayor of Sydney and an independent member of the NSW Legislative Assembly.
Dale Gillham is the director and founder of Wealth Within, an Australian-based company specialising in sharemarket education and independent investment advice. Dale is the author of the book How to Beat the Managed Funds by 20% and Australia's first and only accredited Diploma of Share Trading and Investment.
Dr. Judith MacCormick is a partner in the CEO & Board Practice of Heidrick & Struggles in Sydney
Linda Calabresi is a GP who works in private practice in Sydney. She is also a wife, mother, medical editor of the GP newspaper, Australian Doctor and regular blogger on ItsMyHealth
Dr Paula Gerber is an associate professor at Monash Law School and deputy director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law
Dr. Collette Burke is a Civil Engineer and the Commercial Manager of Leighton Contractors Southern Region. With more than 20 years' experience, she can provide recommendations on current management strategies, as well as inside knowledge on techniques to ensure overall project success
Felicity Loughrey is an editor and writer.
Greg Savage is the founder and driving force behind Firebrand Talent Search.
Hilary Burden is the author of A Story Of Seven Summers, published by Allen & Unwin, and co-owner of hilbarn fresh produce, Karoola, Tasmania.
Janine Cox is the senior analyst at Wealth Within, a private investment company that specialises in managing direct share portfolios, as well as government-accredited share market education.
Jen Dalitz is an associate director with Third Horizon Consulting Partners. She blogs on women, work and leadership.
Jenna Price is a Sydney-based journalist and lecturer.
Jo Chivers is a director of Property Bloom, which manages property development.
Jonathan Chancellor is the editor of Women's Agenda sister publication, Property Observer.
Julia Bickerstaff is an expert in helping businesses grow profitably. She runs two businesses: Butterfly Coaching, a small advisory firm with a unique approach to assisting SMEs with profitable growth; and The Business Bakery, She was previously a partner at Deloitte, and is a chartered accountant.
Julia Keady runs Xfactor Consulting and helps organizations and brands with impactful story-telling through media, content marketing and events. She has a Masters in Social Investment and Philanthropy, is passionate about the growth of philanthropy in Australia and was the inaugural founding CEO of Australian Women Donors Network.
Julie Nance is a freelance writer and contributing journalist for Women's Agenda.
Justin Whealing is the editor of Lawyers Weekly.
Justine Hyde is an experienced senior executive who has led areas such as communications, information management and training in the public sector and also in law firms. She's part way through an MBA and currently caring for her two young sons.
Kate Galloway is a senior law lecturer at James Cook University, and PhD candidate at Melbourne University. She writes regularly on the nature of property and its representations in the law; about issues affecting women; about justice generally; and about legal education.
Kath Walters is the editor of Leading Company, a sister publication of Women's Agenda.
Ken Raiss is a certified accountant and director of Chan & Naylor national accounting firm.
Leanne Mezrani is the deputy editor of Lawyers Weekly
Leon Gettler is a contributing editor at Women's Agenda sister site LeadingCompany.
Lizzy Wood is a health writer and regular Women's Agenda contributor.
Margot Saville is a freelance journalist
Mark Bouris is executive chairman of Yellow Brick Road, a financial services company offering home loans, financial planning, accounting and tax, and insurance.
Matthew Knott is the media reporter at Women's Agenda sister publication, Crikey.
Meredith is a contributing writer to Women's Agenda. She is is not a consultant, or a management guru. She's not even a published author. Just someone who's made plenty of mistakes, and learnt a few lessons along the way.
Myriam Robin is a business journalist with Leading Company, a sister publication of Women's Agenda.
Naomi Simson runs the fast-growing company RedBalloon. She had a long corporate career in marketing but has now been a boss for more than a decade.RedBalloon was named as one of only 13 BRW Best Employers in Australia in 2012 for four years in a row.
Nareen Young is the CEO of the Diversity Council Australia, an independent, not-for-profit workplace diversity advisor to more than 170 organisations in Australia.
Nicole Madigan is a freelance journalist and communications specialist. She is a former television reporter/presenter and newspaper journalist, with more than ten years experience in the media industry.
Patrick Stafford is a report for Women's Agenda sister site SmartCompany and editor of TechCompany
Philippa Sheehan is a financial adviser and managing director of the independently-owned financial planning group, My Adviser. She has been involved in financial planning since the early 1980s and established My Adviser in 1995. She is also the mother of two young children.
Rachael Oakes-Ash is a freelance journalist and regular Women's Agenda contributor.
Rafal Chomik is an economist and Senior Research Fellow at UNSW's ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research.
Roma Gaster is the director of The Leadership Circle Asia Pacific
Rose Herceg is an entrepreneur, strategist, author and creator of The Power Playbook.
Sara Lucas is a financial literacy professional, business owner and writer. She has spent 24 years consulting and leading in the banking and finance field.
Sarah Braybrooke is a theatre reviewer for Women's Agenda sister publication, Crikey.
Sarah Riegelhuth is the co-founder of Wealth Enhancers and the League of Extraordinary Women. She's also an author, blogger, and speaker.
Senator Michaelia Cash is the Liberal Senator for Western Australia
Shakira Hussein is undertaking a McKenzie postdoctoral fellowship on Muslim women, gender violence and racism at the National Centre for Excellence in Islamic Studies at the University of Melbourne
Sophie Davies is an Asia-Pacific editor with Mr & Mrs Smith.
Tanja Kovac is a lawyer, writer and National Co-ordinator of Human Rights are Aussie.