Happy NAIDOC week 2019!

Happy NAIDOC week 2019!

Global Sisters is proud to be working alongside a range of amazing partners who are supporting Aboriginal women who are embarking on a business journey. Thanks to the investment support of Tharamba Bugheen (Victorian Aboriginal Business Strategy) through LaunchVic,...
Lina Qasem, Robofun

Lina Qasem, Robofun

“I’m lucky – when I joined Global Sisters, I wasn’t struggling for money and I wasn’t a single mum. I see so many situations among the Sisters that are difficult and yet still they have this passion to work and strength to move forwards. They inspire me a lot...
Emma Avery, Cloth Baby

Emma Avery, Cloth Baby

Waste avoidance is a top priority for Emma Avery who founded Cloth Baby to help new parents start using cloth nappies successfully. Based in North East Victoria, Emma has drawn together the lived experiences of parenthood and a professional background in waste...
Yoko Nakazawa, Cooking with Koji

Yoko Nakazawa, Cooking with Koji

“My miso business was born from demand. When I was struggling, I just did what I do normally and so I made miso every year for myself. I took a photo of my miso and posted it on Facebook and one person asked if I could sell them some. That comment opened the door for...
Cindy Chen, AMOK Sisters

Cindy Chen, AMOK Sisters

“The first time I met the Sister Tribe, I said ‘Oh my God, how am I going to get along with them? Their language, knowledge and experience is so much more than mine.’ But the more I put in, the more I get back, and I have learnt confidence from them. They have...
Glenis Wilkinson, Yoga + Meditation

Glenis Wilkinson, Yoga + Meditation

“If there is one thing I have taken from my Global Sisters journey so far, it is that I have the power to change things.At Global Sisters, there is camaraderie and hope and such a strength of force. I imagine all those going through the program have stories of...