October 22, 2021, 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. (AEDT GMT + 11:00 a.m.)

Take an online master class on economic abuse of women, unpaid work, and work-life balance ahead of Australia’s first Economic Abuse Awareness Day.

Imagine a world where women do not experience economic abuse but have guaranteed economic security. Attend an insightful master class where we will discuss issues directly contributing to and related to economic abuse of women and looking for ways to enable economic security for women.

Panelist Rebecca Glenn (MBA Alumna) and founder of the Center for Women’s Economic Safety (CWES) facilitates Australia’s first Economic Abuse Awareness Day on November 26, 2021. Rebecca founded CWES to raise awareness of economic abuse as a form of domestic and family violence sharpen and advocate structural and systemic change in order to support the economic security of women. She also works at Insight Exchange (Domestic Violence NSW Service Management) with an emphasis on economic abuse and the impact of domestic and family violence on financial well-being.

Rebecca is joined by Bianca Hartge-Hazelman, Founder and CEO of Financy, and Sergeant Tara Edgtton, Australian Federal Police Officer and current MBA student.

Bianca is an entrepreneur and journalist who has been working for five years to raise awareness of women’s finances and gender equality through data, content and conversations.

Tara is currently completing her MBA and is also a UN Women MBA scholarship holder. She has first-hand experience in the compatibility of a high-pressure career with studies and a young family and will bring this knowledge into the conversation.

This webinar lasts 90 minutes and includes a question-and-answer session with the panel.

Rebecca Glenn (MBA ’17)
Founder, Center for Women’s Economic Security
Recipient of the Churchill Scholarship 2019

Bianca Hartge-Hazelman
CEO, finance
Author Financy Women’s Index

Sergeant Tara Edgtton
Australian Federal Police Officer
2018 UN Women Australia MBA Fellow