Male Champions of Change Microsoft Partners2020-12-08T13:40:15+11:00


The Group was established in 2020 and includes CEOs or Managing Directors of eleven Microsoft Partners as the foundation Members of this Group. These partners are eleven of Microsoft’s largest in the partner ecosystem, and combined they employ well over 10,000 people.

As more partners join the Group, the conversation regarding the importance of tech sector diversity and inclusion will be amplified; new programs to encourage women into the sector will emerge; capability will improve, and corporate cultures will become more inclusive. Together, the Members of the Microsoft Partners Group will strive for gender equality across the industry and serve as a diversity beacon for other sectors of the economy.

Group Co-Convenors

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.

Rachel Bondi

Chief Partner Officer Microsoft

Chief Partner Officer at Microsoft, Rachel leads a strategy which focuses on investing for growth in Microsoft’s world class partner ecosystem. driving the innovation they make across cloud platforms to deliver digital transformation for customers.


Partnering with Microsoft Australia

Microsoft enables digital transformation for the era of an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge. Its mission is to empower every person and every organisation on the planet to achieve more. As a global leader in technology and digital transformation, Microsoft has over 10,000 partners in Australia that employ more than 300,000 people. 


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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