Lorna Deng is an HR professional and the co-founder of DivTal, a new social enterprise that aims to break down employment barriers for people from minority backgrounds. Having faced and overcome barriers to employment herself, Lorna is determined to make the future of work more inclusive.
Cara Peek is a lawyer turned not-for-profit leader and entrepreneur who grew up in the suburbs of Melbourne but now lives in the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Hetty McKinnon is a New York-based cook and food writer from Sydney, who is perhaps best known for her much-loved recipe books and her salad-making venture that started it all, Arthur Street Kitchen.
Louisa Seton is a classically trained fine art, lifestyle and documentary photographer, who grew up in Kenya but has spent more than 18 years living in Australia.
Yatu Widders Hunt is the founder and curator of Australian Indigenous Fashion, as well as a director of an Indigenous consultancy specialising in communications, policy and research.
Ally Jade is an artist and youth worker with the Sydney-based non-profit Women's Justice Network, bringing unique insight to her work after spending time in prison herself.
Casey Kirchhoff is an ecologist and PhD candidate, as well as the founder of the Environment Recovery Project, a citizen science initiative that was launched after the catastrophic Australian bushfire season.
Ellen Ronalds Keene is the founder of Self-Care for Teachers and a former high school teacher herself. She is also the host of the Teacher Wellbeing podcast and runs her own podcast production agency.