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Short Black with Sandra Sully

Join Sandra Sully as she talks to amazing women from all walks of life about what makes them tick, what keeps them up at night, and what really matters. Short Black. Good women, great chat! A 10 Speaks podcast

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Season 3


Dr Hannah Korrel

Are some of your friendships actually bad for you and your health? Neuropsychologist Dr Hannah Korrel has spent the last 10 or so years figuring out why our brain makes us do the things we do. Drawing on some of her own experiences, Hannah has written a book about navigating friendships - and knowing when to let go. She talks to Sandra about toxic friendships, what makes a good friend, and why some friendships are more emotionally draining than others. How many friends do you really need? https://hannahkorrel.com

Dr Hannah Korrel

Are some of your friendships actually bad for you and your health? Neuropsychologist Dr Hannah Korrel has spent the last 10 or so years figuring out why our brain makes us do the things we do. Drawing on some of her own experiences, Hannah has written a book about navigating friendships - and knowing when to let go. She talks to Sandra about toxic friendships, what makes a good friend, and why some friendships are more emotionally draining than others. How many friends do you really need? https://hannahkorrel.com

49:23

EP16 - S3

10 Jan 22

Colleen Callander

When Colleen Callander started her first job in fashion retail at 16, she had no idea it would be the start of a 30-year career that would lead to her being CEO of two of Australia’s most iconic fashion brands, Sussan and Sportsgirl. Now a successful mentor and author, Colleen has made it her mission to help shape the new era of female leadership. https://www.colleencallander.com.au

Colleen Callander

When Colleen Callander started her first job in fashion retail at 16, she had no idea it would be the start of a 30-year career that would lead to her being CEO of two of Australia’s most iconic fashion brands, Sussan and Sportsgirl. Now a successful mentor and author, Colleen has made it her mission to help shape the new era of female leadership. https://www.colleencallander.com.au

35:02

EP15 - S3

27 Dec 21

Naomi Steer

Since founding Australia for UNHCR 20 years ago, Naomi Steer has certainly made her mark on the world of philanthropy. Naomi is a passionate advocate for refugees, and under her leadership the agency has grown to be one of the UNHCR’s 10 top private-sector contributors worldwide. She talks to Sandra about philanthropy and the detrimental affect the pandemic has had on already-difficult situations for refugee women and their families. Find out more about Australia for UNHCR here: https://www.unrefugees.org.au

Naomi Steer

Since founding Australia for UNHCR 20 years ago, Naomi Steer has certainly made her mark on the world of philanthropy. Naomi is a passionate advocate for refugees, and under her leadership the agency has grown to be one of the UNHCR’s 10 top private-sector contributors worldwide. She talks to Sandra about philanthropy and the detrimental affect the pandemic has had on already-difficult situations for refugee women and their families. Find out more about Australia for UNHCR here: https://www.unrefugees.org.au

53:19

EP14 - S3

13 Dec 21

Women Of The Future - Hannah Diviney

In the last episode of our special series highlighting the finalists of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, Sandra talks to Hannah Diviney from Missing Perspectives. Missing Perspectives was formed as a global publication platform with one mission - to address the under-representation of women and girls in news worldwide by teaching them journalistic skills and helping them find their voice. Here’s where you can find out more about Missing Perspectives: https://www.missingperspectives.com You can find out more about some of the causes mentioned in this podcast here: https://cerebralpalsy.org.au https://www.krazykosciklimb.com.au https://www.change.org/p/disney-create-a-disney-princess-with-disabilities

Women Of The Future - Hannah Diviney

In the last episode of our special series highlighting the finalists of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, Sandra talks to Hannah Diviney from Missing Perspectives. Missing Perspectives was formed as a global publication platform with one mission - to address the under-representation of women and girls in news worldwide by teaching them journalistic skills and helping them find their voice. Here’s where you can find out more about Missing Perspectives: https://www.missingperspectives.com You can find out more about some of the causes mentioned in this podcast here: https://cerebralpalsy.org.au https://www.krazykosciklimb.com.au https://www.change.org/p/disney-create-a-disney-princess-with-disabilities

24:10

EP13 - S3

29 Nov 21

Women Of The Future - Mannie Kaur Verma

In the penultimate episode of our series highlighting the finalists of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, Sandra talks to Mannie Kaur Verma from Veera.   Taking its name from the Punjabi term meaning ‘brave girl’, Veera was set up to assist migrant women in Australia who are the victims of domestic and family violence    Find out more about Veera here: www.veera.org.au

Women Of The Future - Mannie Kaur Verma

In the penultimate episode of our series highlighting the finalists of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, Sandra talks to Mannie Kaur Verma from Veera.   Taking its name from the Punjabi term meaning ‘brave girl’, Veera was set up to assist migrant women in Australia who are the victims of domestic and family violence    Find out more about Veera here: www.veera.org.au

23:31

EP12 - S3

22 Nov 21

Women Of The Future - Angelique Wan

In the fourth of our series highlighting the finalists of the Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, Sandra talks to Angelique Wan, co-founder and director of Consent Labs. Identifying the growing need to change the culture around sexual consent, Consent Labs‘ mission is to help reduce the high rates of sexual harassment and assault on young people in Australia. The not-for-profit organisation does this through education, delivering programs to schools and tertiary institutions around the country, as well as to parents and educators. Find out more about Consent Labs here: https://www.consentlabs.org.au

Women Of The Future - Angelique Wan

In the fourth of our series highlighting the finalists of the Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, Sandra talks to Angelique Wan, co-founder and director of Consent Labs. Identifying the growing need to change the culture around sexual consent, Consent Labs‘ mission is to help reduce the high rates of sexual harassment and assault on young people in Australia. The not-for-profit organisation does this through education, delivering programs to schools and tertiary institutions around the country, as well as to parents and educators. Find out more about Consent Labs here: https://www.consentlabs.org.au

29:24

EP11 - S3

15 Nov 21

Women Of The Future - JAM The Label

Continuing our series highlighting the finalists of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, this time Sandra talks to the founders of JAM The Label, Emma Clegg and Molly Rogers. It was through their work as occupational therapists that Emma and Molly realised there was a real need for inclusive clothing for young people with disability. They set up JAM The Label to ensure that young people with disability have access to clothing that’s fashionable as well as functional. Find out more about JAM here - https://jamthelabel.com

Women Of The Future - JAM The Label

Continuing our series highlighting the finalists of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, this time Sandra talks to the founders of JAM The Label, Emma Clegg and Molly Rogers. It was through their work as occupational therapists that Emma and Molly realised there was a real need for inclusive clothing for young people with disability. They set up JAM The Label to ensure that young people with disability have access to clothing that’s fashionable as well as functional. Find out more about JAM here - https://jamthelabel.com

21:17

EP10 - S3

8 Nov 21

Women Of The Future - She Runs

In the second of our series highlighting the finalists of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, Sandra talks to the founders of She Runs, Martina Ucnikova & Jessica Smith.   Based in Western Australia, She Runs is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to empower women to be at the forefront of political life and civil society in Australia, by providing the skills they need to run their own successful campaigns.   Find out more about She Runs here - https://www.sheruns.org.au/

Women Of The Future - She Runs

In the second of our series highlighting the finalists of this year’s Australian Women’s Weekly Women Of The Future Awards, Sandra talks to the founders of She Runs, Martina Ucnikova & Jessica Smith.   Based in Western Australia, She Runs is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to empower women to be at the forefront of political life and civil society in Australia, by providing the skills they need to run their own successful campaigns.   Find out more about She Runs here - https://www.sheruns.org.au/

28:45

EP09 - S3

1 Nov 21

Women Of The Future - Camille Goldstone-Henry

Short Black is delighted to be partnering with Australian Women’s Weekly as they get ready to announce the winner of this year's Women Of The Future Awards. Now in its ninth year, the awards help exceptional Australian women aged 18-34 develop projects that will transform lives. Over the next six weeks, Short Black will be showcasing each of the trailblazing finalists, who will all share their incredible stories with Sandra.  This week, Sandra is talking to Camille Goldstone-Henry from NSW. Camille’s biodiversity tech company, Xylo Systems, is developing a cloud-based platform to connect, track and manage conservation projects. Find out more about Camille and Xylo Systems here: https://www.xylosystems.org/

Women Of The Future - Camille Goldstone-Henry

Short Black is delighted to be partnering with Australian Women’s Weekly as they get ready to announce the winner of this year's Women Of The Future Awards. Now in its ninth year, the awards help exceptional Australian women aged 18-34 develop projects that will transform lives. Over the next six weeks, Short Black will be showcasing each of the trailblazing finalists, who will all share their incredible stories with Sandra.  This week, Sandra is talking to Camille Goldstone-Henry from NSW. Camille’s biodiversity tech company, Xylo Systems, is developing a cloud-based platform to connect, track and manage conservation projects. Find out more about Camille and Xylo Systems here: https://www.xylosystems.org/

24:54

EP08 - S3

25 Oct 21

Collette Dinnigan AO

Collette Dinnigan is one of Australia’s most successful fashion and interior designers. She has shown at Paris Fashion Week more than 30 times, and her clothes have been worn by the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge, Nicole Kidman, Angelina Jolie, Kylie Minogue, P!nk, Diana Ross, Cameron Diaz and Beyoncé. In recent years she’s launched a ceramics line, has a number of short-stay properties both in Australia and Italy, and has written a couple of children’s books. She’s even appeared on a postage stamp! And right now she can be seen cooking up a storm in the current season of Celebrity Masterchef Australia, available on Channel 10 or 10 Play. https://collettedinnigan.com/

Collette Dinnigan AO

Collette Dinnigan is one of Australia’s most successful fashion and interior designers. She has shown at Paris Fashion Week more than 30 times, and her clothes have been worn by the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge, Nicole Kidman, Angelina Jolie, Kylie Minogue, P!nk, Diana Ross, Cameron Diaz and Beyoncé. In recent years she’s launched a ceramics line, has a number of short-stay properties both in Australia and Italy, and has written a couple of children’s books. She’s even appeared on a postage stamp! And right now she can be seen cooking up a storm in the current season of Celebrity Masterchef Australia, available on Channel 10 or 10 Play. https://collettedinnigan.com/

37:37

EP07 - S3

18 Oct 21

Julia Morris

Julia Morris is one of Australia’s most accomplished performers. But when she’s not co-hosting I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, touring her stand-up shows, writing, producing or popping into television and radio studios across the country, who is she? It’s a frank, funny conversation about showbiz, saving lives, and all the important things including how many raspberry bullets does it take to get through a lockdown.

Julia Morris

Julia Morris is one of Australia’s most accomplished performers. But when she’s not co-hosting I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, touring her stand-up shows, writing, producing or popping into television and radio studios across the country, who is she? It’s a frank, funny conversation about showbiz, saving lives, and all the important things including how many raspberry bullets does it take to get through a lockdown.

52:42

EP06 - S3

11 Oct 21

Sister Mary-Lynne Cochrane

Sister Mary-Lynne Cochrane has been living with chronic pain for nearly 40 years. A diagnosis of debilitating arthritis started a chain of events which has led to 24 surgeries and a 30-year dependence on opioids. Now drug free and managing her pain through a multi-disciplinary approach, Mary-Lynne believes that no one should have to live with chronic pain. With one in five Australians currently living with pain, Mary-Lynne is using her voice and her story to help sufferers enjoy a better quality of life. She is on the board of Pain Australia and was instrumental in the formation of the Parliamentary Friends of Pain Management Group. To find out more about Pain Australia, visit their website - www.painaustralia.com.au To learn more about The Sisters of the Good Samaritan of the Order of St Benedict, visit their website - https://www.goodsams.org.au/ 

Sister Mary-Lynne Cochrane

Sister Mary-Lynne Cochrane has been living with chronic pain for nearly 40 years. A diagnosis of debilitating arthritis started a chain of events which has led to 24 surgeries and a 30-year dependence on opioids. Now drug free and managing her pain through a multi-disciplinary approach, Mary-Lynne believes that no one should have to live with chronic pain. With one in five Australians currently living with pain, Mary-Lynne is using her voice and her story to help sufferers enjoy a better quality of life. She is on the board of Pain Australia and was instrumental in the formation of the Parliamentary Friends of Pain Management Group. To find out more about Pain Australia, visit their website - www.painaustralia.com.au To learn more about The Sisters of the Good Samaritan of the Order of St Benedict, visit their website - https://www.goodsams.org.au/ 

28:25

EP05 - S3

27 Sep 21

Sarah Prime

Like most kids brought up in rural Australia, Sarah Prime couldn’t wait to leave the family farm in South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula and head for the bright lights of the big city. Returning to the area years later she was shocked to see that the once-thriving towns and communities of her childhood were now, in her words, places that ‘people sped past on their way to somewhere else’. Realising that the decline in rural areas was heading to a point of no return, she left her corporate career behind and set up the Champions Academy, through which she is engaging the next generation in the process of revitalising rural regions by becoming problem solvers, innovators and entrepreneurs. Find out more about Sarah here - www.sarahprime.com

Sarah Prime

Like most kids brought up in rural Australia, Sarah Prime couldn’t wait to leave the family farm in South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula and head for the bright lights of the big city. Returning to the area years later she was shocked to see that the once-thriving towns and communities of her childhood were now, in her words, places that ‘people sped past on their way to somewhere else’. Realising that the decline in rural areas was heading to a point of no return, she left her corporate career behind and set up the Champions Academy, through which she is engaging the next generation in the process of revitalising rural regions by becoming problem solvers, innovators and entrepreneurs. Find out more about Sarah here - www.sarahprime.com

36:02

EP04 - S3

13 Sep 21

Rhiannon Ward

Rhiannon Ward has made it her mission to, as she says, elevate and liberate women. Her goal is to see more women in leadership roles and more female-led businesses, and all women becoming who they are meant to be. In an honest and open conversation Rhi opens up about the difference between a coach and a mentor, being vulnerable, harnessing your superpower, and the ever-present impostor syndrome. Find out more about Rhi here - https://itsrhiannon.com/

Rhiannon Ward

Rhiannon Ward has made it her mission to, as she says, elevate and liberate women. Her goal is to see more women in leadership roles and more female-led businesses, and all women becoming who they are meant to be. In an honest and open conversation Rhi opens up about the difference between a coach and a mentor, being vulnerable, harnessing your superpower, and the ever-present impostor syndrome. Find out more about Rhi here - https://itsrhiannon.com/

19:43

EP03 - S3

30 Aug 21

Sam Mostyn AO – Part 1

Sam Mostyn’s career has spanned business, politics, science and the arts, the not-for-profit sector, indigenous reconciliation and sport. She serves as a non-executive director on a number of boards, including the Sydney Swans and the Centre for Policy Development, and is the President of Chief Executive Women. In an illuminating conversation, Sam covers a wide and diverse range of topics including her time working with former high court judge Michael Kirby and former Prime Minister Paul Keating, millennials, climate change and leadership. Find out more about Sam and some of the organisations she works with: Chief Executive Women - cew.org.au Foundation for Young Australians - www.fya.org.au  Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety - www.anrows.org.au 

Sam Mostyn AO – Part 1

Sam Mostyn’s career has spanned business, politics, science and the arts, the not-for-profit sector, indigenous reconciliation and sport. She serves as a non-executive director on a number of boards, including the Sydney Swans and the Centre for Policy Development, and is the President of Chief Executive Women. In an illuminating conversation, Sam covers a wide and diverse range of topics including her time working with former high court judge Michael Kirby and former Prime Minister Paul Keating, millennials, climate change and leadership. Find out more about Sam and some of the organisations she works with: Chief Executive Women - cew.org.au Foundation for Young Australians - www.fya.org.au  Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety - www.anrows.org.au 

41:38

EP01 - S3

2 Aug 21


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