What we know!

What issues we address

  1. Career off ramping by ex- corporate, professional women, frequently after having children.

  2. As unpaid carers, these women are unaccounted for in national statistics.

  3. Untapped community female talent facing barriers to paid contribution.

  4. External barriers to workforce return means that women compromise on role equivalency and pay to balance family and career needs.

  5. Women are impacted by low self-confidence and thereby not taking new opportunities.

What we care about

  • Supporting other women

  • Finding solutions

  • Flexibility and work balance

  • Creating a sustainable planetary environment

  • Equality

  • Creating change in people’s lives

  • The role of kindness

  • A life where women don't have to choose between family and career. 

  • Health, wellbeing and the equality of these across the globe

  • Helping women live fulfilled and meaningful lives

  • Women being fully recognised and heard

  • For women to realise their worth

  • Women getting in touch with their passions, interests and the wider world 

  • Learning to reclaim their aspirations. 

What workforce reforms are needed

A static resume

Your skills

Explaining your career gaps

Working 9-5, on site

Learning Management Systems (LMS)

Leveraging the value in your professional and personal network

Your innate capabilites

Celebrating your career gaps

Working at my best

Massive Open Online Learning


What work is about   VERSES   What work should be about

How you can help

Become a community supporter or a corporate sponsor

Do social good and empower women

Expand opportunities for women to contribute through BOSS Human Centred Design


5 YEARS off work

Women take an average five years out of the workforce to care for children or family member. 

11% gender inequity

11% gender inequity in female participation in paid work - 60% female participation verus 71% male participation.

15.3% pay gap

The national gender pay gap is 15.3% and remained between 15% to19% for the past two decades.

42% return to work

An estimated 246,700 (42%) women had started or returned to work since the birth of their youngest child.