Sally Hetherington is the CEO of Human and Hope Australia, a charity that raises funds to support and empower local communities in Cambodia, as well as an author writing about the negative impacts of the 'voluntourism' industry.
Meg Black is a proud advocate of the slow fashion movement and the founder of Robe & Crown, a beautifully curated collection of high-quality, pre-loved clothing, which is among a growing number of businesses offering fashion lovers an eco-friendly alternative.
Rachel Lees is a writer, editor and content producer with more than 15 years' experience in magazines and television, who more recently made a career pivot into travel writing.
Jennifer Wittwer is an internationally acclaimed gender expert who began her career in the Royal Australian Navy which lasted nearly four decades, before writing her first book, 'Against the Wind'.
Dr Robyn Miller is a medical doctor who has spent the past 10 years helping people from all walks of life, in all sorts of places. She's also the founder of The Mental Load Project, a six-week online course helping couples to divide and share the mental load, and achieve true partnership.
Licia Heath is the CEO of Women for Election Australia, a not-for-profit organisation which aims to increase the number of women in politics, across all levels of government and all parties.
Sally Woodward-Hawes is a graphic designer who followed a unique path into natural perfumery. She's now a professional perfumer with the Natural Perfumers Guild and founder of successful brand, Aromantik.
Kellie Stanbury is an executive turned entrepreneur who stepped away from a high-level career in the travel industry to move to Fiji with her family, where she started Three Hundred Islands, a social enterprise supporting local farmers.