This podcast celebrates and acknowledges the 20 year anniversary of the United Nations Security Council passed Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security.
Jennifer Wittwer, CSM, is a nationally and internationally acclaimed gender expert, keynote speaker and published writer who has been recognised with numerous awards. With thirty-eight years in the Australian military, she has experience in leadership, organisational change, large-scale cultural and workplace reform, and implementing gender-responsive policy strategies and solutions. In recent years, Jen has worked for international organisations in Afghanistan, Brussels, New York, Ukraine and Jordan on a range of projects relating to women's participation in peace and security efforts.
In this episode, she chats with Serina about being a trailblazing woman in the navy, why she didn't join to find a husband, how the gender pay gap is an issue in the military, as well as sharing her money values.
55: Nicole Flaws from CARE Inc talks about financial counsellor for people in debt
54: Ronni Kahn talks about abundance, reducing food waste and living with purpose
53: Scott Phillips from The Motley Fool talks about share investing
52: Keepin' it Frugal talk about food, travel and weddings
51: Effie Zahos shares how to ditch the debt and get rich
50: Bushy Martin shares some tips for property investors
49: Jeanene Kennedy-Evans talks about having the courage to start a side-hustle and enjoying good wine on a budget
48: Aranka Nolan chats about catering for Christma
47:Banker Eric Sim talks about delayed gratitude and why he doesn't wear a Rolex
46: Canna Campbell talks about debt recycling and how her $1000 project has helped people
BONUS: Abundance meditation
45: Olympic sports psychologist Dr Kirsten Peterson talks about mindset and success
44: Business coach April Mack talks about turning her debt around and daring to dream
42: Effie Zahos talks about shoes, savings versus earning and superannuation
41: Gai Brodtmann tells women to grip it up and know what is happening with their money
40: Serina chats on Radio 2BS
39: Serina chats with Libbi Gorr on ABC Radio Melbourne
38: Frances Crimmins, CEO of YWCA Canberra, talks about the pink recession, superannuation and homelessness
37: Patricia Falcetta, the Family Joy expert, talks about neurodiversity and how any family can embrace joy
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