Our high Hope for inclusion
13 March 2020
It’s well known TAB and Sky have a strong commitment to gender diversity, which was on show on International Women’s Day.
Nick Quinn’s latest podcast featured Moana Hope, a former AFLW marquee signing and disability advocate. Released on Sunday 8 March, the podcast reinforced TAB’s commitment to showcasing female sport and racing talent.
You can hear from Moana and Nick here.
Sky Racing marked International Women’s Day with a female-led broadcast across its shows, which Presenter Brittany Graham said would boost visibility of women in the industry.
"It was a pleasure to be a part of Sky Racing’s International Women's Day Celebrations to acknowledge the role that females play in the business," she said.
"Sky Racing is an organisation which certainly ensures that the right person for the job is employed, regardless of gender.
"It makes me very proud to see female presenters given such great opportunities in the racing media and bringing a new facet to our broadcast."
On Air presenter Cassie Fahey echoed Brittany's sentiments.
"It was a privilege to be a part of my second IWD coverage with Sky Racing," she said.
"Being able to celebrate a day like this is something that I don’t take for granted – I’m fortunate to work for an organisation that is leading the way in gender equality."
Tabcorp people were also inspired by Paralympian Katrina Webb OAM, who spoke at events at Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne offices.
The gold medal-winning athlete spoke about living with an invisible disability, how she prioritises self-care and the importance of celebrating strides in diversity.
International Women’s Day events and initiatives form part of Inclusion Month, which celebrates inclusion and diversity in all its forms.