'I have learnt more from the things that have gone wrong'
Lindy Nelson is the founder and executive director of the Agri Women's Development Trust,an organisation that focuses on developing women’s leadership, business and governance skills in the agricultural sector.
As an award-winning architect, Bianca Pohio is used to balancing the complex and varied needs of form and function, design and engineering. But she admits juggling a career she loves with busy family life can be very challenging at times.
As a young woman in a business dominated by older men, Lauren Swift knows the odds are stacked against her. But that hasn’t stopped her from setting – and achieving – some ambitious goals in the wine industry.
"A good leader surrounds themselves with great people"
Sarah Meikle is the chief executive of the Wellington Culinary Events Trust and the director of New Zealand’s largest food festival, Visa Wellington On a Plate. She tells us about leadership, mentors and independence.
As the first Maori woman to become a pilot in the New Zealand Air Force, Angela Swann-Cronin hasn’t so much crashed through the glass ceiling as soared above it. Now flying regional routes for Air New Zealand, Angela has figured out how to balance her love of learning and discovery with the needs of her young family.