The Australian’s Business Review turned the spotlight on the Businesswomen’s Hall of Fame and its newest 20 inductees.
Bravehearts founder Hetty Johnston and international chef Stephanie Alexander were among those singled out for their exemplary entrepreneurship.
Hetty Johnston has been recognised for her work as a child protection lobbyist and has her sights set on making Australia the safest country to raise a child by 2020.
“Have a fire in your belly – believe in yourself, trust yourself, and know what you want to achieve and why.”
International chef Stephanie Alexander has been a game changer and pioneer in food education, with her online training for teachers reaching over 830 schools across the nation. She says:
“Do as you would be done by. Your behaviour will set the tone for your business. Kindness and understanding are important.”
Specials mentions were also given to Kym Clark of She’s Empowered, Nicole Eckles of The Sapphire Group and Beverly Honig of Honeylight Enterprises.
This post was co-authored by Vashti Broos. Vashti is currently completing a journalism internship at HerBusiness. She studies Marketing & Public Relations / Communications and Media (Journalism) at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney.