Julie Bishop's take on financial equality
The main goal of this podcast has always been to help break down barriers to investing and empower our community to feel comfortable joining any conversation about money. To end our second season, it seemed fitting to centre back to this goal and to do so, we were humbled to have a conversation with the former foreign Minister for Foreign Affairs, Julie Bishop. Drawn from both incredible insight and experience, we explore career choices as a female, the benefits of diversity in companies, the reasons behind financial illiteracy and how we can go about closing the investment gap. Stick around as we even discuss with Julie where she sees some of the biggest investment opportunities in the future!
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