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Broad-ly Speaking is a space for women to share their stories. Six diverse speakers talking for four minutes each, on any topic they choose. We're not another networking event. We invite women from all walks of life – corporates, not-for-profits, artists, mums and all the cool ladies in between – to come together for an empowering evening of speaking up, changing the conversation and telling it as it is.


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Coming Up:

Broad-ly Speaking Auckland

June 19 | Objectspace

 
 
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Broad-ly Speaking Auckland is back for round three. As always, we’re bringing together radical women for real conversations. Six diverse speakers, four minutes each, and a unifying belief in sharing the unique stories that make us who we are.  

TICKETS ON SALE HERE.

 

Your Auckland Speakers | Round One

Kim Paton  Director, Objectspace

Kim Paton

Director, Objectspace

Pip Greenwood  Professional Director

Pip Greenwood

Professional Director

Toluma’anave Barbara Makuati-Afitu [Barbara]  Co–Founder, Lagi–Maama

Toluma’anave Barbara Makuati-Afitu [Barbara]

Co–Founder, Lagi–Maama

Kolokesa Uafā Māhina-Tuai  Co–Founder, Lagi–Maama

Kolokesa Uafā Māhina-Tuai

Co–Founder, Lagi–Maama

Pip Mayne  Content Producer and ‘Breast Cancer Slayer’

Pip Mayne

Content Producer and ‘Breast Cancer Slayer’

Melody Thomas  RNZ Presenter and creator of podcast Bang!

Melody Thomas

RNZ Presenter and creator of podcast Bang!

 
Charlotte Ama  Manager, James Liston Hostel

Charlotte Ama

Manager, James Liston Hostel

 

Our Women...

Since 2015, we've had the pleasure of hosting intelligent, bold, funny and
irrepressible women on our stage to tell it as it is.

This is the legacy of Broad-ly Speaking women...

Sharon Kerr Peer Support Specialist, Aviva

Sharon Kerr
Peer Support Specialist, Aviva

Sue Cooper   Teacher of Real Forgiveness

Sue Cooper
Teacher of Real Forgiveness

Ava  Nakagawa Owner of Little Poms and Beer Baroness

Ava Nakagawa
Owner of Little Poms and Beer Baroness

Dr Samantha Bailey Doctor and founder of SwiftMed

Dr Samantha Bailey
Doctor and founder of SwiftMed

Sinead Horgan  Owner, Morrison Horgan

Sinead Horgan
Owner, Morrison Horgan

Fiona Farrell Award winning New Zealand author

Fiona Farrell
Award winning New Zealand author

Dr Hana O’Regan General Manager of Oranga/Wellbeing, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

Dr Hana O’Regan
General Manager of Oranga/Wellbeing, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

Dr Lucy Hone Director, New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience

Dr Lucy Hone
Director, New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience

Angela Kearney Humanitarian and UNICEF Representative

Angela Kearney
Humanitarian and UNICEF Representative

Jo Appleyard Partner, Chapman Tripp

Jo Appleyard
Partner, Chapman Tripp

Ebony Wilson Regional Sales Manager, South Island and Central, Vodafone

Ebony Wilson
Regional Sales Manager, South Island and Central, Vodafone

Rachael King Programme Director, WORD Christchurch

Rachael King
Programme Director, WORD Christchurch

Ruby Sadat   A spiring Social Worker

Ruby Sadat
Aspiring Social Worker

Annah Pickering  Regional Manager, NZPC

Annah Pickering
Regional Manager, NZPC

Niva Retinmanu  Reporter and marathoner, Newstalk ZB

Niva Retinmanu
Reporter and marathoner,
Newstalk ZB

Vicky Saunders Founder, SheEO

Vicky Saunders
Founder, SheEO

Theresa Gattung  Co-founder, My Food Bag

Theresa Gattung
Co-founder, My Food Bag

Hon. Margaret Austin   F ormer NZ Labour Politician

Hon. Margaret Austin
Former NZ Labour Politician

Claire Evans  Partner, Lane Neave Lawyers

Claire Evans
Partner, Lane Neave Lawyers

Katie Duncan  General Manager and Director, White Tie Catering

Katie Duncan
General Manager and Director, White Tie Catering

Joanna Norris  Chief Executive, ChristchurchNZ

Joanna Norris
Chief Executive, ChristchurchNZ

Sacha McMeeking  Head of Aotahi School

Sacha McMeeking
Head of Aotahi School

Chlöe Swarbrick  MP, Green Party of Aotearoa

Chlöe Swarbrick
MP, Green Party of Aotearoa

Jenny Harper  Former Director, Christchurch Art Gallery

Jenny Harper
Former Director, Christchurch Art Gallery

Nicola Woodward  CEO, Aviva

Nicola Woodward
CEO, Aviva

Therese Arseneau  Chair, ChristchurchNZ

Therese Arseneau
Chair, ChristchurchNZ

Gina Mills  Diversity & Inclusiveness Leader, EY New Zealand

Gina Mills
Diversity & Inclusiveness Leader, EY New Zealand

Maureen Taane Business Owner, HAPA

Maureen Taane
Business Owner, HAPA

Renee Walker  Director, The Leadership Revolutionist

Renee Walker
Director, The Leadership Revolutionist

Leigh Melville Director, Art + Object

Leigh Melville
Director, Art + Object

Felicity Milburn Curator, Christchurch Art Gallery

Felicity Milburn
Curator, Christchurch Art Gallery

Julianne Liebeck Business Owner, Mods Hair / Editor at Large, Societé Magazine

Julianne Liebeck
Business Owner, Mods Hair / Editor at Large, Societé Magazine

Dellwyn Stuart  CEO, Auckland Foundation

Dellwyn Stuart
CEO, Auckland Foundation

Rt. Lianne Dalziel  Christchurch Mayor

Rt. Lianne Dalziel
Christchurch Mayor

Jade Temepara  Founder, Kakano Café & Cookery School

Jade Temepara
Founder, Kakano Café & Cookery School

Sandra Hastie  Principal, Rangi Ruru College

Sandra Hastie
Principal, Rangi Ruru College

Gina Dellabarca  GM Human Resources and Corporate Affairs, Westpac

Gina Dellabarca
GM Human Resources and Corporate Affairs, Westpac

Jessica Tuhua Opportunist

Jessica Tuhua
Opportunist

Ella Henry Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland

Ella Henry
Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland

Nesh Pillay Light Rail Transport Consenting Lead – Auckland Transport

Nesh Pillay
Light Rail Transport Consenting Lead – Auckland Transport

Jacqueline Fahey  Revolutionary Feminist Artist

Jacqueline Fahey
Revolutionary Feminist Artist

Janine Morrell-Gunn  Co-Director, WhitebaitMedia

Janine Morrell-Gunn
Co-Director, WhitebaitMedia

Winsome Dormer  Managing Director, Independent Provedoring Ltd

Winsome Dormer
Managing Director,
Independent Provedoring Ltd

Lucy Powell  PR Specialist

Lucy Powell
PR Specialist

Suran Dickson  CEO and Founder, Diversity Role Models

Suran Dickson
CEO and Founder, Diversity Role Models

Leanne Crozier Director, Decipher Group

Leanne Crozier
Director, Decipher Group

Arabella and Amber Future Problem Solvers, St Cuthbert’s College

Arabella and Amber
Future Problem Solvers, St Cuthbert’s College

Dame Alison Paterson Chair, Kiwi Wealth

Dame Alison Paterson
Chair, Kiwi Wealth

Kaila Colbin  Co-founder, Boma Global

Kaila Colbin
Co-founder, Boma Global

Arihia Bennett  CEO, Te Rūnanga o Ngai Tahu

Arihia Bennett
CEO, Te Rūnanga o Ngai Tahu

Deb Alleyne  Prison Director, Christchurch Women's Prison

Deb Alleyne
Prison Director, Christchurch Women's Prison

Elizabeth McNaughton  Director, McNaughton & Wills

Elizabeth McNaughton
Director, McNaughton & Wills

Jamie-Lee Tuuta Community Lawyer, Community Law Canterbury

Jamie-Lee Tuuta
Community Lawyer, Community Law Canterbury

Fiona McMillan Partner, Lane Neave Lawyers

Fiona McMillan
Partner, Lane Neave Lawyers

Catherine Drayton  Chair, Christchurch International Airport Limited

Catherine Drayton
Chair, Christchurch International Airport Limited

Roanne Parker Entrepreneur

Roanne Parker
Entrepreneur


Jessica Tuhua Broad-ly Speaking

"I'm here because someone gave me a microphone... One piece of good advice I would give any privileged person in the world is this – never turn any opportunity down, even if you're afraid. Do it for the people who can't"

Jessica Tuhua
Opportunist

 
 
 
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"When you support a woman in business, you are supporting hard fought dreams and aspirations, someone who is working their ass off to make a difference, who has chosen a hard path and has had to overcome barriers to get there."

Maureen Taane
Business Owner, HAPA

 
Katie Duncan

"My unravelling taught me an incredible amount about honouring yourself, being true to who you are - not who others expect you to be."

Katie Duncan
General Manager & Director,
White Tie Catering

 
 
 
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"To not ask young women to change, but to ask the patriarchy to change"

Jacqueline Fahey
Revolutionary Feminist
Artist

 

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Hard-ly Speaking is a meeting of males.

 Now more than ever, we need to front up to tough conversations. To show solidarity by showing up.

 Hard-ly Speaking is a space for the stories that redefine male narratives. Six diverse men speaking to their own unique experiences, all with vision for social change.

 Now is a time to be part of the conversation. Men, open for discussion.