Prue is an entrepreneur at heart, and a passionate human rights advocate. Integrating her vast legal, leadership and social change experience, she co-founded Grace Papers to drive social change by challenging traditional stereotypes and providing empowering support for working parents.
Ben is a commercial strategist with a great interest in public policy. He has over 20 years experience in corporate finance and strategy roles, gained from previous positions within public and private companies across regulated and deregulated industries.
Amanda is passionate about every person having the opportunity to excel themselves to their full potential. In over a decade of legal experience Amanda has seen many dedicated, growth minded, brilliant women step back from their successful careers to focus on their most important project, motherhood.
Karen is a Psychologist and Coach specialising in leading individuals and organisations to reach their highest potential. Karen believes passionately in the unique combination of talent possessed by every individual and works collaboratively with clients to create successful outcomes.
Simone is a lawyer, writer and actor. She has spent a number of years working in the corporate and not-for-profit sectors as a lawyer, as well as appearing in a number of Australian television series and commercials.
An experienced and strategic HR business partner with a passion for positive change aligned to business priorities. Using strong relationship skills and interpersonal intelligence to drive the people agenda and motivate individuals and teams to deliver high quality performance and results.
Tracy is an experienced HR professional and executive coach, with over 30 years experience in HR and change management across a range of industries including FMCG, Finance, Airlines, Logistics, Distribution, Sales and Marketing.
Grace Papers has empowered me to truly understand and appreciate the value I bring and to take on a career that I love, as well as be the mum I want to be to my three daughters.
– Lauren Jauncey, Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Australia Post