Brisbane Lions Deputy Chairman and leading sports law and marketing academic, Associate Professor Sarah Kelly, will become the next Queensland Chapter Lead of the Minerva Network after the departure of award-winning executive Cecile Wake from the role.
Minerva Star Ellie Carpenter the tireless full back of the Westfield Matilda’s, praised the 5,660 strong crowd for their ongoing support that helped lift the team over the line to come first in the group rounds in the bid to Tokyo Olympics 2020. Next round of play off’s will be Australia verses Vietnam in Newcastle on March 6th 2020.
The inspirational @Aussie7s women fought back from the heartbreak of finals elimination to take the Bronze Medal at the #Sydney7s @BankwestStadium Sunday night . . . and they were cheered on by a host of Minerva stars in the crowd.
Keynote speaker, Cate Campbell, on the need for a life plan caught up with Minerva Network Founder Christine McLoughlin prior to the Accenture event.
Accenture executives to provide business mentoring to Australia’s top female sports talent.
Launch of the 2019/20 Westfield W-League season at Bankwest Stadium.
Minerva Network Co-Founder Romilly Madew, Minerva WA Chapter Leader Christina Matthews and CEW Chapter Chair Denise McComish introduced the Minerva Network on Monday 11th November to a crowd of like-minded Business and Sports Leaders hosted by KPMG.
A near perfect day as Minerva Founders, Mentors, Champions and Stars gathered to watch history be made once more for women’s football in Australia. The biggest crowd ever seen at a standalone ‘friendly’ game was achieved with a record-breaking 20,029 attendance enjoying the Matilda’s beat Chile 2-1 on a perfect spring afternoon.
Minerva Chairman Christine McLoughlin and Co-founders wish to thank their sponsors and in-kind supporters for their roles in the Network’s growing success.
Striving for perfection is something that elite sportspeople and business women have in common.
Building confidence is all about practice and self belief, said Aussie Womens Sevens squad leader and inaugural Minerva Star Alicia Quirk.
Queensland elite female athletes today joined Queensland Sports Minister Mick De Brenni as the Minerva Network was launched in Brisbane. Business leaders, sporting organisations and athletes gathered at Suncorp Stadium to celebrate the official launch of Minerva Network in Queensland.
Minerva Network athletes rubbed shoulders with a host of Australian female business leaders at a glittering Sydney dinner that has become an annual celebration of women leaders enabling future women leaders.
Elite sportswomen strategised with the wise at yesterday’s launch of the Minerva Network for women in business and sport.
It was a morning of inspiration and empowerment at Twitter HQ in Sydney for the launch of the #ChangingTheGame Leadership series in partnership with Minerva Network. The national series aims to elevate the voices of women leaders in sport; showcasing how and why they’re championing equality – not only in their own codes but for women across all sports.
Minerva Network gathers national momentum as Sky News Australia pick up the initiative in their weekend round up of key sporting stories featuring Minerva Network Founders Sam Mostyn, Christine McLoughlin, Romilly Madew and professional sports women Dominique Du Toit.
Growing up in a small country town in the 70s, one of the most revered Australian female athletes was Evonne Goolagong – now a role model and mentor to Ash Barty who, at only 23, has had us all pinned to the screens.
Ash Barty may be out of Wimbledon and the Matildas are recovering from not making the Women’s World Cup soccer finals, but Australian women’s sport is in better shape than ever.
Minerva Stars took away some valuable lessons on branding and career development from experts at the Minerva Network’s first major event of 2019 at Bankwest Stadium.
The Minerva Network hosted another successful event on Friday night at Eminem’s Rapture 2019 World Tour event in Sydney.