To be the national trusted independent resource for research and information about Australian women leaders. We aim to be an active participant and authorative voice in the development of women leaders in Australia.
Our work is founded on research. We use quantitative and qualitiative techniques to learn about Australian women leaders, their leadership roles, paths they took and impact they made. We study women across a diverse range of industries and professions in business and the community. The Reibey Institute’s mission is to inform individuals, world, governments and community groups with rigorous fact-based exploration into Australian women leaders. Through the findings of our research, women and organisations will have more information to be able to make décisions for their own strategies that support the development of women leaders. We are a research centre, with an independant and contemporary leadership perspective. The Reibey Institute will contribute to the development and awareness of women leaders with thought provoking but sensitive insight.
Tina Brothers is the Executive Director of The Reibey Institute. She brings energy and rich experiences as a young woman leader in the global marketplace. Tina spent 15 years in financial services working in Sydney, Brisbane, London and New York with firms such as Macquarie Bank, UBS, Bank of New York, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Suncorp.
Looking for new challenges and passionate about women’s leadership, Tina founded the Reibey Institute. Tina is responsible leading research, attracting partners and members and building a solid foundation of like minded people. Alongside a commitment to the Reibey Institute, Tina sits on CEDA Women’s Leadership Series Advisory Board and has advised some of our leading advocacy groups including the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA). She is also a Trustee of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia.
Tina earned an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management and Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Queensland. She is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She lives in Sydney with her husband, son and daughter.
An advisory board comprising of a diverse range of representatives is established for our 2013 research project. The board is comprised of volunteers to act in a governance and guidance capacity bringing rich experience and representation of the institute’s vision.
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Marian is Director of the Women and Work Research Group and Professor of Employment Relations in the University of Sydney Business School. She is the first female professor to hold this position and is an expert on women and their work and family lives. Marian has advised government, business and unions on parental leave and flexibility policies. She is also co-editor of The Journal of Industrial Relations and on the editorial boards of the Journal of Community, Work and Family and the Australian Bulletin of Labour.
Catherine Fox is an award-winning journalist, author and one of Australia’s pre-eminent commentators on gender diversity. She is a regular speaker at seminars and conferences around the country. Catherine was at the Australian Financial Review for 23 years in a range of reporting and editing roles including several years as deputy editor of Boss magazine before leaving in late 2012 to set up her own advisory business. She is the author of three books most recently ‘7 Myths of Women and Work’ 2012. Before joining the AFR she worked in financial services and consulting in Sydney and London. She has worked for a range of large and small organisations, including two of Australia’s largest banks, a university and an advertising agency.
Suzi is Head of School, Women & Leadership Australia. She is a highly sought after presenter, facilitator and executive coach, working with individuals and leadership teams to shift the diversity landscape of Australia. Suzi has an informed grasp of the conditions women face in the workforce today gained from working with thousands of women from the public, private and not for profit sectors across Australia. Suzi brings a diverse array of experience to her role, with a background in education and community development and over 20 years of experience as a leader, she has built a reputation for innovative and solutions focussed thinking. She successfully connects with a vast array of stakeholders and partners to break down workplace barriers and build inclusivity and engagement.
Daniel is a Partner at KPMG and is the Head of the Retail Banking Advisory division and leads the Retail Banking divisions’s centre of Excellent. He also sits on the KPMG diversity panel. Previously Daniel has also worked in New York, London and Western Europe in management consulting and strategy with Barclays, Citigroup, Westpac and PwC. Daniel brings his diverse sets of experiences to the Reibey Institute and insights from within industry and professional services. He lives in Sydney with his wife and two daughters.
The advisory board acts in a guidance capacity bringing rich experience and representation of the institute’s vision.
The Reibey Institute’s principle support comes from our corporate partners, members, donations and in-kind support. Additional income is generated by undertaking women’s leadership consulting, speaking engagements and sponsored activities.