“We have been patient, and persistent and good at our jobs,” starts Kate Goodman, winemaker for Penley Estate. “I don’t think gender makes you a better or a lesser winemaker,” adds Ang Tolley, sister to Bec, sisters descending from the Penfold-Tolley lineage.
“Negative stories shape opinions and generate hatred towards Indigenous Australians. We need more positive and unbiased stories on Indigenous Australians to help unite the nation and create a better country for all who live in it,” starts Dean Foley, founder and voice of Indigipreneur – a podcast self-mandated to tell the stories of Indigenous entrepreneurs.
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Tried-and-tested meets shiny-and-new.
Bosses command, leaders listen.
The pair have reimagined the way that care is sought out and delivered; revolutionising an industry that many might have found glum.
The power of unity and the importance of voice.
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It’s what TDi’s CEO Bessi Graham calls ‘blended value’.
Taboo be gone.
And now her start-up is thriving.