Helping women blaze more trails

Helping women blaze more trails

At Momentum, we’re all about happy. And research shows that true happiness can be found by fulfilling your potential (though we're not entirely convinced science has given unicorn glitter the attention it deserves).

We figured the best way to say ‘Happy International Women’s Day’ was to help two women achieve their full potential by fully funding two places in a leadership development program, designed and run by women.


That’s where you come in.

Do you know an emerging female leader in a not-for-profit organisation who could blaze more trails with a little extra help? Are you an emerging female leader in a not-for-profit organisation who could blaze more trails with a little extra help?

If so, get in touch with us by 23 March (details below) so we can consider you for the Women of Substance – Emerge course, run by Rosalind Cardinal and Susan Fahey. Valued at $6000, it includes:

  • Six weeks of online learning
  • Four half-day “success summits”
  • Eight weekly group coaching calls
  • Guest faculty of high-powered women business leaders
  • Ongoing alumni membership – the support doesn’t end when the course does

Momentum Energy has long been an advocate of women in leadership positions, and Managing Director Amy Childs said preference would be given to emerging leaders from organisations working with vulnerable communities and customers.

“The cost of leadership development can be a barrier for not-for-profit and social service organisations,” said Amy.

“Momentum seeks to think outside the box in terms of dealing with our most vulnerable and disadvantaged customers and part of that involves supporting the broader not-for-profit ecosystem.”

The course starts on 12 April and is limited to a dozen participants in each intake. You’ll find more info here.


Want to apply? Great, we’d love to hear from you.

Dust off your CV, write a one-page cover letter explaining how you’d benefit from the course and send them both to iwd@momentum.com.au before Tuesday 23 March. (Your information will be handled in accordance with our Privacy Policy.)

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