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Sharon Green

Sharon Green, editor

Sharon Green is the founding 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 publication that confronted the real issues faced by modern women, Sharon decided to create her own.

Articles by Sharon:

3 ways a marketing agency can elevate your business

3 ways a marketing agency can elevate your business

For a business to grow and thrive, it needs to have a strong online presence and engage in a mix of marketing activities.

Meet Dinzi Amobi of ULO

Women in business: Meet Dinzi Amobi, founder of ULO

Connecting to her African roots paved the way for Dinzi Amobi to start textile and fashion business ULO – a business full of heart.

Meet the women marketers thriving in male-dominated sectors

Meet the women marketers thriving in male-dominated sectors

From energy to landscape gardening and technology, these women in marketing are bringing their own style of leadership to male-dominated industries.

Want to work at a marketing agency? Here’s some tips for getting hired

Want to work at a marketing agency? Here’s some tips for getting hired

When it comes to getting hired at a marketing agency, there are a few things you can do to stand out from the crowd.

Sharon Green: What is fun, and are we having fun anymore?

What is fun, and are we having ‘fun’ anymore?

As she adjusts to a ‘new normal’ during a pandemic and enters her mid-thirties, Sharon Green asks: are we having fun anymore?

Uplifting quotes by strong women to empower you

Uplifting quotes by strong women to empower you

Here are some words of wisdom from the leaders and icons who make us proud to be women.

Gender pay gap shows Australian women earn $242 less a week than men

Gender pay gap shows Australian women earn $242 less a week than men

Latest data shows that the gender pay gap in Australia has dropped to 13.4 per cent, but companies are urged to prioritise gender equality.

How Sky Stephens is defying the gender divide in the building industry

Meet Sky Stephens, the woman defying the gender divide in the building industry

Long has the building industry been reserved for men, but young Australian woman Sky Stephens is defying the gender divide.

Is it just me, or does making plans for 2021 seem ludicrous?

Is it just me, or does making plans for 2021 seem ludicrous?

Does the idea of setting goals and fulfilling personal achievements in another unpredictable year seem absurd, asks Sharon Green.