Anne Summers was Editor of Good Weekend, the colour magazine published each Saturday in The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, until early 1997. With a long history in the print and electronic media stretching back to her days as a feature writer for The National Times in Sydney, Anne is one of Australia's most respected media figures. A passionate advocate for the advancement of women, Anne was chief advisor for women's issues to former Australian Prime Ministers, Bob Hawke and Paul Keating. Anne has also had remarkable success in the business arena. In 1988 Anne, with partner Sandra Yates, raised $20 million on Wall Street enabling them to purchase 'Ms' and 'Sassy' magazines. This was the second only women-led management buy-out in US corporate history. Since returning to Australia after a successful publishing career in the US Anne has addressed a variety of women's media and business audiences, and is regularly called upon by the media to comment on issues. She is an articulate speaker who brings a wealth of business experience to every presentation.
. Negotiating The Glass Ceiling.. The Australian Identity.
Anne Summers travels from New South Wales Australia
- How to survive and propser after leaving the workforce
- Managing Change
- Negotiating The Glass Ceiling
- The Australian Identity
- The Problems of Success
"Caroline Martel-Hill has been wonderful in terms of helping me select the right people. Lauren Ellis has also been a great help in bringing this together - two very professional and easy to work with ladies. I appreciate their help very much. Service and quality was superb."
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