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What’s been your proudest moment?

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What’s been your proudest moment?

Q: What’s been your proudest moment?

A: I have many: becoming an editor at 23, creating Australian Good Taste – a new concept food magazine that launched in 1996, launching the Women’s Agenda website to advocate female leadership at work, seeing women I have employed, trained and mentored achieve their career goals, graduating with an MBA in front of my two sons, being asked to Chair the Wests Tigers NRL Club, landing my first ASX Board.

I have always wanted to be the person with the vision, directing the business or business unit and that hasn’t changed. However, my goals have progressed through specific roles from editor, to publisher, to C-suite executive, to non-executive director.

If you have any questions that you would like answered along the way, submit them in the comments below and I promise to respond in an upcoming post.

Marina Go

Marina Go is Chair of the Wests Tigers NRL Club, a non-executive director of Autosports Group and author of the business book for women, Break Through: 20 Success Strategies for Female Leaders. She was previously GM of Hearst Australia at Bauer Media. Boss magazine named her as one of 20 True Leaders of 2016. Marina has over 25 years of leadership experience in the media industry including senior leadership roles at Fairfax, Pacific, Emap, Bauer and Private Media, where she was CEO and founder of the career women’s website Women’s Agenda. She is a director of digital startup Daily Siren, and also a member of the Advisory Boards of the Walkley Foundation, The Australian Republican Movement and Women’s Agenda.

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