Delegates from every state and territory as well as the Pacific region gathered at Bond University for Women in Media’s third national conference.
The theme was Equip. Elevate. Empower!
Bond University Indigenous Scholarship recipient Maya Johnson, who addressed conference delegates and delivered the acknowledgement of country, with Karla Grant - a proud woman of the Arrernte people who is the Executive Producer and host of Australia’s award-winning and longest-running Indigenous current affairs show Living Black on NITV. Photo: Monique Grisanti | Uneek Creative
Women in Media Canberra convenor Emma Macdonald with The Caroline Jones Women in Media Young Journalist’s Award.winner Virginia Tapscott, a freelancer, runner-up Courtney Fowler from ABC Kununurra, and highly commended Anna Hartley from the ABC Cairns. Photo: Monique Grisanti | Uneek Creative
Wonder women Marina Go, The Weekend Australian Editor Michelle Gunn, Mahlab founder, owner and managing director Bobbi Mahlab, Living Black host and executive producer Karla Grant, and Stellar magazine editor-in-chief Sarrah Le Marquand. Photo: Monique Grisanti | Uneek Creative
Alicia Perera, a senior journalist with Seven West Media regional newspaper the Pilbara News, with Women in Media WA committee member Nikkita Tassone. Alicia received a scholarship from WiM WA to attend the conference. Photo: Monique Grisanti | Uneek Creative
Women in Media co-chair Kathy McLeish with Lisa Williams - a senior reporter with the Pacific Media Network – and Regina and Georgianna Lepping from the Solomon Islands. Photo: Monique Grisanti | Uneek Creative
Women in Media Queensland convenor Cathie Schnitzerling talks to ABC’s RN Drive host Patricia Karvelas on why purpose and integrity are at the core of good media. Photo: Monique Grisanti | Uneek Creative