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WA CEOs working together to
inspire and influencE

We are a CEO-led organisation of men and women dedicated to individually and collectively advancing the vision of CEOs for Gender Equity.


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Interviews on the business case of gender equity with our CEOs for Gender Equity
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Ian Silk

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Nigel Hearne

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Graham Kerr


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To boost women's workforce participation, lift productivity and increase economic growth by sustainably improving gender equity in jobs and pay enterprises throughout Western Australia.


Women earn less and are under represented in leadership and management roles more so in WA than anywhere else in Australia.


Women are staying at school longer, graduating in higher numbers than men and influencing 80% of all consumer spending. There is a leadership and economic case to make based on these market drivers.


WA CEOs working to inspire and influence other CEOs to get #genderontheagenda by sharing what works and doesn't work, and together campaigning initiatives to turn the dial in WA.




Commitments made

Latest Projects


CEOs for Gender Equity's latest articles
The importance of a 'leadership shadow' in achieving gender equity

CEOs and business leaders come together to discuss the importance of a 'leadership shadow' and how it can be used to drive positive change in achieving gender equity.

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Fixing women or fixing workplaces?

Nigel Hearne, managing director, Chevron Australia hosted the most recent CEO Roundtable.

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Levers to improve gender diversity outcomes

Professor Stephen Chapman and Professor Cobie Rudd at Edith Cowan University, chaired a discussion regarding the importance of using various levers to improve gender outcomes within an organisation.

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Women's work

A typical carer earns no more than $40 000 per annum, is a woman over 40, possibly single as a result of separation or divorce, has children and ageing parents.

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Recruiting for diversity?

This morning Sandra De Kock, General Manager, People and Culture at Perth Airport shared her lessons about designing jobs that are inclusive of men and women.

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This time it starts with the numbers

Mike Anghie, CEO for Gender Equity and Managing Partner Perth at EY generously hosted our bi-annual CEO Summit.

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Help Platforms

JOIN Ceos for GEnder equity

Event Sponsor

Logos on all collateral

Opportunity t0 provide the
vote of thanks

A video interview for social media

Major Partner

Prominent placement of portrait and logo for 3 years

Annual feature in a
social media campaign

A CEO conversation with Chief Executive Women with the executive leadership team

Sponsor one member-only event

Includes 'CEO for Gender Equity' membership features

CEo for gender equity

Invites to two CEO summits per year

Open invites to attend
CEO Roundtables

Opportunity to be showcased via
CEO Commitments