Join a league of extraordinary women
Women on Boards has been working since 2006 to address gender inequity in the boardroom and across leadership roles.
We are a recognised leader in the ecosystem of organisations and networks promoting and supporting women; dedicated to breaking down barriers to entry into leadership and onto boards. We have a track-record of success and are known for our strategic and practical events and programs. Our aim is to have 40 per cent of these roles occupied by women by 2025.
As strong advocates for women, WOB works across organisations and sectors and with Government on a meaningful and strategic policy and cultural change agenda for gender equity.
Why Join WOB?
The Women on Boards network is full of extraordinary women who operate under the principles of reciprocity, transparency and equity. This rich, varied and supportive network ensures WOB is unparalleled in its success in moving women into the boardroom.
Join us and we will work hard to give you the personal support needed to optimise your skills and experience for board roles. This includes how to include board roles in your career, build valuable and strategic connections and leverage your professional skills.
We do this through our high quality programs, events and services, all offered at sizable reductions to our members.
In joining WOB for as little as $210 per annum you will further be rewarded by:
- Access to leadership and development programs and opportunities
- Better ability to understand and talk to your transferable skills
- A template for a board-ready CV and knowledge of what you bring to the table
- A strategic framework for getting a board role - now and in the future
- Access to a wide range of board positions
- Access to our members only online community - WOBShare
We also promise to inform, support, connect, mentor and encourage you in your directorship and career journey.
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"I appreciate the work you do. You've done so well for so long. One of the really impactful constants in a sea of imitative de jour.”
Rhonda Brighton-Hall, Founder mwah.live, Chair of FlexCareers, Director of the Australian Human Resource Institute, HR Leader of the Year and Telstra Business Woman of the Year, former head of culture, diversity, talent, leadership and learning at Commonwealth Bank of Australia.