Champions of Change Global Tech2021-10-29T10:11:15+11:00


Global Tech was established in partnership with accelerateHER in 2018 and today includes 14 Members who lead some 300,000 employees, in 104 jurisdictions. The Group includes representatives from BBC, Condé Nast, Microsoft (M12), Vice Media Group, and WPP.

Members work within and across their organisations to create and share initiatives to increase the pipeline of diverse women and other underrepresented Groups in technology, enable flexible work across their businesses and jurisdictions, and take action to improve inclusive workplace culture, including eliminating everyday sexism, everyday racism, homophobia and reducing the exclusive homogenous culture in tech.

Group Convenor

Elizabeth Broderick AO Diamond

Elizabeth Broderick AO 

Founder of the Champions of Change Coalition


Elizabeth Broderick AO has brought together captains of industry, sport, governments and Defence Force chiefs to address gender inequality in Australia and beyond. As Australia’s longest serving Sex Discrimination Commissioner (2007-2015), Elizabeth worked tirelessly to break down structural and social barriers faced by women and men, and to promote gender equality.

Partnering with accelerateHER and EQUALS Global Partnership

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accelerateHER was born out of Founders Forum in June 2016 when we decided to stop talking about the under-representation of women in tech and do something about it. Their mission is to champion and support women working in technology and to identify tangible options of what we can do to remove the barriers to encourage more women to enter the sector.

equals global partnership logo

The Global Tech Group is supported by the EQUALS Global Partnership. EQUALS began in 2014 as a collaboration between the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the United Nations (UN) Women. EQUALS seeks to advance women’s meaningful engagement with the tech industry and their role as decision-makers and producers within sector.


Playing Our Part: A Framework for Workplace Action on Domestic and Family Violence

Champions of Change Coalition, in partnership with Challenge DV, No to Violence, Our Watch, The Full Stop Foundation, UNSW Gendered Violence Research Network and WESNET, today release a framework with practical actions and resources for organisations, to advance their approach to the prevention and response to domestic and family violence in the workplace.

Sharpening Our Focus on Corporate Giving

Corporate giving could become a powerful lever for accelerating gender equality according to the recommendations in a new resource from Champions of Change Coalition and Australians Investing In Women.

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