About Me - My Biography

Catherine is deputy editor of the Financial Review's Boss magazine and writes a weekly column, 'Corporate Woman', for the newspaper. She joined the AFR in 1989 and has held a variety of positions, including marketing and Smart Money editor. Before joining the AFR she worked in financial services and consulting in Sydney and London. She has worked for a range of large and small organisations, including two of Australia's largest banks, a university and an advertising agency. Her second book, "The F Word – How we learnt to swear by feminism" (New South) with Jane Caro, was published in 2008. The book she co-authored with Helen Trinca, "Better than Sex: How a Whole Generation Got Hooked on Work'' (Random House) was shortlisted for the 2005 Blake Dawson Business Book of the Year award. Her journalism has won several awards, and she is a regular speaker at seminars and conferences around the country. Catherine has a BA Communications (UTS) and MA Hons (UNSW) and lives in Sydney with her husband and three daughters.