The Minerva Network is delighted to announce that Sydney FC and Future Matildas football player Jada Whyman and Australian Rowing World Championship medallist Georgie Rowe have been awarded the inaugural Minerva Network scholarships.
In times of crisis it’s not that character is formed… it is that character is revealed. What 2020 has shown us – is who we can learn from, trust, and lean on. . . and that is what the Minerva Network is here for. As we look ahead to 2021, we wanted to take the time to reflect on an unprecedented year and all the grass ceilings we smashed through despite the challenges.
MINERVA Network Chairman Christine McLoughlin has welcomed a new partnership arrangement with international engineering, design and advisory company Aurecon – declaring the company’s support will further build female leadership across Australia.
Sport is no longer just sport. It’s a commercial industry. For Australian female athletes, their on-field success is not adequately recognised or commercialised off the field.
Through collaboration, sponsorship, mentorship and a whole lot of heart, this network of leading Australian businesswomen is dedicated to ensuring our professional women in sport can soar.
The Minerva Mission: supporting professional sportswomen to maximise their opportunities on and off the field, enabled by a network of leading businesswomen.
Meet an incredible group of like-minded business leaders. These women are at the top of their corporate game.
Australia’s top sporting talent. Discover our elite athletes already benefitting from our mentorship program.
Get to know the smart and savvy women currently guiding our sporting stars to thrive on and off the field.