In this episode, we talk to Kris McKee to find out how she moved into floristry to fulfil her creative dreams, after starting her career in nursing. Kris now runs her own floral design business in Sydney.
In this episode, we talk to Anna-Liza Mopio-Jane to find out how she made the leap to the mental health field, after retiring from her first career as an elite swimmer. Anna-Liza is an accredited counsellor, speaker and Olympian.
In this episode, we talk to Melissa Di Marco to find out how she built an inspiring business in the fascinating world of tea, after starting her career as a hairdresser. Melissa is the founder of award-winning tea brand TeaEsk.
In this episode, we talk to Evie Farrell to find out how she created a life and career of travel with her daughter, after starting out in corporate PR. Evie is the founder of Mumpack Travel and Mumpack Trips.
For Claire Tonti, leaving her first career as a primary school teacher to become a pioneer in the podcasting world was a big leap. Now she’s transitioned into music and songwriting, and has just released her first album. This is her career change story.
Dee Egan is on a mission to make workplaces better for women. That's why she created HerWerk as a platform for women to (anonymously) rate and review their employers. Here's how it works.
When Kate Dezarnaulds upped sticks from her big-city life in Sydney to move to the South Coast of NSW, it was the start of a whole new career chapter. Now as the founder of WorkLife, she is building her own brand of fun, creative coworking spaces. This is her career change story.
More women are choosing to work for themselves, but how do you know if it’s right for you? Career changer Jacqui Ooi shares what she’s learned from stepping out on her own, and interviewing many women who've made similar moves on the What She Did Next podcast.
In this episode, we talk to Melissa Chan to find out how she's turned her different interests and talents into a multi-passionate career.
In this episode, we talk to Dervilla McGowan to find out how she's breaking barriers in the world of gin after leaving her academic career.