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Women Leaders Take Stage at Global Climate Ambition Summit

By Madeline Hislop At a global climate ambition summit over the weekend, women leaders from around the world made their mark, highlighting the urgency of effective climate action. Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley told the virtual Climate Ambition Summit 2020, that other countries’ climate ambition will determine the fate of Barbados and other island nations that are vulnerable to global…

How To Gain Years of Experience While Still In School

By Madeleine Bokan Applying for entry-level jobs can be frustrating, especially when one of the requirements is 1-3 years of experience. You’ve probably thought to yourself, ‘how is that even possible? I haven’t even graduated yet!’ So, in our latest Generation Hired webinar, presented by Bumble, we asked two women that question, Julianne Skrivan, Her Campus Media Senior Associate, Campus Marketing…

Four Women Win 2020 Young Champions of the Earth Prize

By  Jessie Tu The Young Champions of the Earth Prize, established by The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) have been awarded to seven young environmental trailblazers across the world. The winners were selected from a large pool of candidates who have created meaningful and immediate solutions a diversity of challenges affecting the world; including climate change, biodiversity loss, water pollution and waste…

How ‘Matrescence’ Could Positively Transform Women’s Experience of Motherhood

By Belinda Haan When a woman is pregnant, her wellbeing is front and centre. Are you looking after yourself? Are you getting enough rest? Are you getting help? And once the baby arrives, the conversation swiftly moves almost solely to the wellbeing and behaviour of the baby. Is she sleeping well? Is he feeding well? Are they a good baby?…

Manuri Gunawardena’s Startup “HealthMatch” Raises $18M

By Jessie Tu The largest local health-tech funding round this year has been taken out by Manuri Gunawardena’s Aussie health-tech platform startup HealthMatch. Gunawardena, the CEO and founder of the Sydney-based startup, raised $18 million in funding from investors including capital market company Square Peg Capital, Venture capital Tempus Partners and Singapore-based January Capital. The family office of Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull…

Meet the First TIME Kid of the Year: Gitanjali Rao

By Jessie Tu For the first time ever, TIME magazine has created an award to recognise America’s youngest and most inspiring leaders. The Kid of the Year award has been given to 15-year-old scientist and inventor Gitanjali Rao, best known for her technological inventions that tackle water contamination and cyberbullying.  Rao has appeared on television networks including ABC, NBC, CBS, NPR, The Tonight Show…