Lawyer turned social entrepreneur Sheree Rubinstein on starting your own business, normalising failure, and gender equality
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For episode two of The Good Edit, host Rebecca Davis speaks with Sheree Rubinstein, corporate lawyer turned social entrepreneur and founder of one of Australia’s leading digital memberships for female leaders and entrepreneurs, One Roof.
In this gritty and grounded conversation, they explore:
- Sheree's brave journey from corporate lawyer to social entrepreneur
- One Roof's giant COVID pivot
- Breaking expectations, taking risks and changing the narrative around failure
- Advice for making contact with your purpose
- Tips for starting and levelling up your own business or side hustle
- Sheree's passion for closing the gender gap, and what needs to happen to get more women into positions of leadership
- Navigating motherhood and career.
- Statistics on women in Australian commonwealth parliament and leadership roles
- Workplace Gender Equality Agency, Australia's gender pay gap statistics
- Special investigation into gender inequality in the Jewish community by Rebecca Davis and Sophie Deutsch (The Australian Jewish News).
- Follow Sheree on Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.
- Follow One Roof on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
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Founder, Host, Producer: Rebecca Davis
Editor & Sound Engineer: Saul Muscatel
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