Dec 24, 2012

Women’s Agenda: the 10 women to watch in 2013

It was a landmark year for women in a number of fields. Here's 10 lining up to dominate in 2013, courtesy of Women's Agenda writer Rose Powell.

Women will continue to play a pivotal role in shaping politics, media, science, business and the arts in 2013. These are our picks of the 10 women to watch …

Julie Phillips, chief executive, BioDiem:

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5 thoughts on “Women’s Agenda: the 10 women to watch in 2013

  1. Julie Storry

    um … did Warren Truss died? Or did the Nationals divorce the Liberals? If so, will Libs still be strong enough to form government?

    Last I paid attention, Julie Bishop will NOT be Deputy PM if the coalition form government at the end of 2013.

  2. Zarb Michael

    What Julie Storry said ^

    I am happy to give pretty good odds (100-1?) that Julie Bishop will not be deputy prime minister in a coalition government…

  3. zut alors

    Annastacia Palaszczuk won’t need to lift a finger to improve her position next year.

    Soup [email protected] is preparing his own noose most effectively.

  4. cairns50

    you have got to be kidding putting julie bishop on your list

    her handling of the so called awu slush fund involving pm julia gillard showed how dishonest and inept she is

    how she could become deputy leader of any party let alone the liberal party amazes me

  5. David R

    I don’t think Julie Bishop will make much of a mark in 2013. She will probably be dropped from the Liberal leadership team in February and spend the rest of the year in obscurity on the backbench.

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