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Episode 65: Tricia Malowney on why boardroom diversity and allyship is more than ticking a box

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Today on the Take on Board podcast, Helga I speak to Tricia Malowney about diversity, recognising women with a disability for their skills and talents, and becoming an ally.

Tricia is president of Women with Disabilities Australia and a director at Scope Australia and Western Health. She was recently appointed to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) independent advisory council.

The list of her previous boards is long:

  • Inaugural president, Disability Services board
  • Inaugural chair, Women with Disabilities Australia
  • Chair, Independent Disability Services
  • Director, Women’s Hospital Director,
  • Disability Discrimination Legal Service
  • Director, Australian Orthotics and Prosthetics Association
  • Deputy chair, Victorian Disability Advisory Council
  • Director, Women’s Health Victoria
  • Director, Women’s Health East

You’ll leave this episode thinking ‘I should really try to do more!’,

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