Champions of Change National 2016 Group2021-07-20T12:45:37+10:00


The National 2016 Group was established in 2016 and today includes 15 Members who lead some 146,000 employees, in 50 jurisdictions.

The Group includes representatives from a wide range of organisations including media, retail, consumer packaged goods, industrials, energy, mining, insurance, finance, law and consulting.

Members are committed to using the power and influence they hold to step up beside women to deliver change in gender equality, importunately driving a significant and sustainable increase in the representation of women in leadership positions.

Group Convenors

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.


Pathway to Gender Equality in Sport: Progress Report 2019-2020

Champions of Change Sport Group release the Pathway to Gender Equality in Sport: Progress Report 2019-2020. This is the second annual progress report, it tracks improvement and provides transparency on Group-wide and organisation performance on gender equality across 26 measures under the five categories of: leadership, participation, pathways, investment and practical actions.

Preventing and responding to sexual harassment: Resources

Sexual harassment is a societal issue and no organisation or workplace is immune. What we have been doing in the past has not been working. As leaders committed to accelerating gender equality in our organisations we know that we can use organisational systems to eradicate sexual harassment and it requires significant shifts.

Champions of Change Coalition Impact Report 2020

Champions of Change Coalition release the 2020 Impact Report detailing action and impact on gender equality, advancing more and diverse women into leadership and building respectful and inclusive working environments for all employees.

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