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Ashleigh Streeter - Jones - Amplifying Youth Voices

Season 1, Ep. 9

Join me as I speak with the inspiring Founder and CEO of Raise Our Voice Australia Ashleigh Streeter Jones about how she is "lifting the floor" in regard to creating gender equality for young women and gender diverse people in politics.


Ash has been named both the youngest ACT women of the year and Forbes 30 under 30 in 2018. Forbes magazine described her as a "youthful visionary. " It is such an educational and also insightful conversation that I hope you will enjoy!!


To find out more about Ash and her amazing work please follow these links:

Home (ashleighstreeterjones.com)

Raise Our Voice Australia


If you wish to contact or follow me or my socials, you can find me here.

whatsyourcausepodcast@gmail.com

Instagram: mick23cronin

Massive acknowledgements need to be made to the following kind and generous people who made this podcast possible - Bianca Shepherd for your amazing cover design and graphics, Michael Xovski for music, Mark Wilson for putting up with my annoying repeated questions around editing and Bianca Chatfield for pushing me to turn my idea into a reality.

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