Women in Media is a nationwide initiative for women working in all facets of the media – from journalism and media advising to public relations and corporate affairs.
Women in Media is a not-for-profit movement which provides mentoring programs and organises events for networking and professional development.
Women in Media thrives as a result of the tremendous work of volunteers who run our state committees, act as mentors, and give their time as guest speakers.
WHO IS WHO?
Caroline Jones, AO, and Victoria Laurie.
Catherine Webber and Kathy McLeish (co-chairs), Anita Jacoby, Victoria Laurie, and Danielle Cronin. A special thank you to Marina Go for taking on an advisory role.
We would like to thank inaugural national convenor Tracey Spicer AM for her contribution to Women in Media, which started in Perth in 2005. Under Spicer’s leadership as national convenor from 2013 to 2017, WiM expanded to NSW, Queensland, Canberra, Victoria, and South Australia. We acknowledge her voluntary contribution to this major expansion of Women in Media.
WA: Victoria Laurie
NSW: LJ Loch
Queensland: Cathie Schnitzerling
Far North Queensland: Alicia Nally
ACT: Emma Macdonald
South Australia: Samela Harris
Victoria: Jane Canaway
NT: Jill Poulsen
Tasmania: Catherine Zengerer