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Sharon Green

Sharon Green, editor

Sharon Green is the co-founder and editor of SHE DEFINED.

An experienced journalist and editor, Sharon has worked in mainstream media in Australia and the United Kingdom.

Forever in search of a magazine that confronted the real issues faced by modern women, Sharon decided to create her own.

Articles by Sharon:

Laura Henshaw talks health, wellbeing and running Keep It Cleaner - She Defined

Laura Henshaw talks health, wellbeing and running Keep It Cleaner

She’s a model, law student and entrepreneur, and she’s inspiring women all over Australia. She's Laura Henshaw. Learn more about her in this story.

Women in business: Meet fashion photographer Emily Abay

Women in business: Meet fashion photographer Emily Abay

Fashion photographer Emily Abay is making waves in Australia and abroad. She shares some of her crucial career lessons with us.

This is what a female coder looks like

Women who code: This is what a female software developer looks like

Three Australian females who work in software development are shining a light on a profession largely dominated by men.

Recipe: Low fructose chicken soup (no onion or garlic)

Recipe: Low fructose chicken soup (no onion or garlic)

I don’t know about you, but I find there’s nothing more soothing and satisfying than a wholesome chicken soup. This low fructose version (for those...
Make it at home: Acai bowl with banana and berries

Make it at home: Acai bowl with banana and berries

This acai bowl is so easy to whip up at home, tastes delicious and makes it really easy to pack in plenty of antioxidants and vitamins.

Women in business: Meet make-up artist and hair stylist Monica Gingold

Women in business: Meet make-up artist and hair stylist Monica Gingold

Even if you’ve never heard her name, chances are you’ve seen Monica Gingold’s work. Learn more about the make-up artist and hair stylist here.

Shifting to a more sophisticated wardrobe: How to transition your style from your 20s to your 30s

Shifting to a more sophisticated wardrobe: How to transition your style from your 20s to your 30s

For women in their thirties who discover that a lot of the clothing sitting in their wardrobe doesn’t work for them anymore, here’s what you can do.

Opinion: Is it ever okay to be a flaky friend?

Opinion: Is it ever okay to be a flaky friend?

We lead busy lives and technology aids our ability to cancel plans at the last minute. But is it ever okay to regularly bail on people?

Low energy? How women can avoid the afternoon slump and stop feeling tired

Low energy? How women can avoid the afternoon slump and stop feeling tired

Many women are prone to experiencing an afternoon slump. Find out why it happens and what you can do to combat feeling tired.