Women Speakers in Healthcare

Australia & New Zealand

For balanced

gender representation

at every healthcare event

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ABOUT

Our aim is for every healthcare event to have balanced gender representation. Too often, we hear that conference organisers 'couldn't find a woman' to speak. Time & time again we see predominantly male speakers on conference panels, plenary sessions & keynotes.

We know this is not for a lack of phenomenal women speakers. We know these women exist & we want to make sure that they are offered the same opportunities as their male colleagues to speak at healthcare events & conferences.

We are Women Speakers in Healthcare Australia & New Zealand. We are building Australia & New Zealand's largest database of female healthcare professionals who have an interest in speaking at these events, so that conference organisers know exactly where to find us.

 
Dr Kate Ahmad
Dr Alison Boast
Dr Elisa Bongetti
Dr Allison Hempenstall
Dr Nisha Khot
Dr Anita Goh
Dr Christine Lai
Dr Jane Munro
Dr Ashleigh Witt
 

Find A Speaker

Our database of women speakers includes high profile women in healthcare. 
Fill in our Speaker Request Form & we will search through the database to connect you with a suitable speaker for your event.​
 

Join Us

Women Speakers
If you identify as a woman you are welcomed to join our speaker database. 
 
All professions are encouraged to join.
We want women from across the spectrum of healthcare careers. Patients & carers are also welcome to join.
Joining our database means that we can connect event organisers with inspirational women whom may not have otherwise been invited.
Male Allies
Male allies can help by sharing the database sign up form & nominating female colleagues​ for speaking events.
We encourage you to ask event organisers that the events you are invited to speak at are gender balanced.
 

CONTACT

Inquiries

For any inquiries, questions or commendations, please email us at womenspeakershcanz@gmail.com or fill out the following form.

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