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Orijen Group CEO awarded as a Woman Of Influence

Jennifer Morris, CEO of The Orijen Group, has been announced as a winner in The Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards for 2014. Jennifer has been recognised in the Diversity category for her contribution and dedication

Men of a Certain Age

Rachel Nolan, former member of the Queensland Parliament from 2001 to 2012 has written a fantastic article in the May issue of The Monthly about the lack of diversity in the Abbott government and the consistent appointment of older, white,

Orijen’s “Pocket-sized gem” recommended for Australian managers

52 Ways to Break Through the Glass Ceiling, written by Orijen CEO Jenny Morris and psychologist Glenda May, has been reviewed and recommended by Emma Williams in the March 2014 issue of Management Today, the monthly magazine of the Australian

Scholarship Recipients Announced For EWB Future Female Leaders Program

The Orijen team is proud to announce the recipients of the Mary Reiby Mentoring Scholarships for participation in the Executive Women’s Business (EWB) Future Female Leaders program. These scholarships are co-funded by Westpac (two scholarships) and Orijen (one scholarship). These

International Struggle Against Sexism in Politics

As a spectator to the dramas of Australian politics and public perception of high-achieving women on both sides of the political system, it’s very easy to start to believe that sexism and the gender divide within politics is a problem

Financial Review: Profiling Orijen’s Program Moderator

Elizabeth Crouch is the moderator of Orijen’s Executive Women’s Business Future Female Leaders Program. As an experienced female executive in many sectors, she is a role model for many Australian executive women. She has recently been profiled in the Financial

Orijen CEO featured in Daily Telegraph

A recent report by Westpac found that women have to work 25 years longer to retire with the same superannuation nest egg as men. The Women and Retirement Readiness Report found that the average 60-year-old Australian female has saved $121,

In His Own Words: The Male Perspective on Gender Diversity

Orijen works closely with top Australian female executives in promoting female leadership but the fact still remains that men are leading some of Australia’s most prominent organisations in both the public and private sectors. Women still hold less than 10%

France rewarding dedication to promoting gender equality

With Australian statistics showing that many of our top company boardrooms and management have few female representatives, it’s interesting to see how other countries are working towards addressing similar problems. France has implemented a system whereby companies with a good

Orijen in Sunday Life Magazine

In this week’s Sunday Magazine in the Sun Herald, you can find a great article by Jackie Dent profiling a number of successful female executives from all walks of life. The article examines the ways in which women find the

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