WGEA consults with a range of stakeholders to support the implementation of gender reporting and the developments of tools, resources and campaigns. By engaging with stakeholders including employers, employer and employee representatives and professional associations we are able to develop business methodologies to improve gender equality that are commercially-focused, relevant and highly practical. Similarly, major public communications campaigns are tested with stakeholders to ensure they are relevant and impactful. Feedback is sought formally through the establishment of dedicated working groups or through surveys, and informally through direct engagement or roundtables.
Current advisory groups are outlined below.
Data consultation group
The following are members of the WGEA data consultation group, that provides advice in relation to the most effective use of the Agency's reporting data.
- Alison Booth, Australian National University
- Anne Bardoel, Associate Professor, Department of Management, Monash University
- Beverley Uther, Principal Analyst & Research Manager, Financial Review Business Intelligence Group Sales Manager, Fairfax Business Research, Fairfax
- Cecilia Herbert, Diversity Program Manager, Google
- Guin Hunt, Assistant Director - Family and Community Statistics, ABS
- Jesse Olsen, Research Fellow, Centre for Workplace Leadership
- Maree Murray, Acting Director, Equity & Diversity Strategy Centre, The University of Sydney
- Manpreet Singh, Director, Labour Demand Statistics, ABS
- Marian Baird, Professor of Employment Relations, The University of Sydney
- Rae Cooper, Senior Lecturer, The University of Sydney
- Rebecca Cassells, Principal Research Fellow, Curtin University
- Robert Wood, Head of Sustainability, Virgin
- Sabina Neilsen, Professor, Copenhagen Business School, The University of Sydney
- Sally Jope, Executive Officer, Economic Security4Women
- Sara Charlesworth, Principal Research Fellow, Centre for Work and Life University
- Sue Haddrick, Director, Economic Strategy Group, Department of Employment
- Victoria Weekes, Chair, Finsia
- Linda Maniaci, Associate Direcotr, Financial Institutions Group, ANZ
- Yoshio Yanadori, Senior Lecturer, University of South Australia
- Linda White, Adviser, The Office for Women