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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:

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.

Author Allie Reynolds on writing debut novel Shiver

Author Allie Reynolds on writing debut novel Shiver

Author Allie Reynolds shares the challenges and highlights of writing her debut novel Shiver, a thriller set in the exhilarating French alps.

10 ways to support and empower the women in your life this year

10 ways to support and empower the women in your life this year

If you’re looking for a resolution, goal or principle to follow, make it the year where you become a supporter of the women around you.

Quick reads: 5 short books by female authors that you can read in a day

Quick reads: 5 short books by female authors that you can read in a day

From poetic prose to collections of essays, these short books by women writers are perfect for those seeking a quick read.

3 women marketing share key career learnings

3 women in marketing share key career learnings

Three women working in marketing in Australia share how they got started in the industry and how they have advanced in their careers.

Meet Melissa Park, global event producer

Women in business: Meet Melissa Park, global event producer

After more than 15 years as a successful event producer, Melissa Park shares how she has shifted her career during a global pandemic.

Penny Rabarts and Jo Vraca of UnRipe Community podcast

UnRipe Community podcast opens discussion about child-free and childless women

A new podcast explores the complexities of what it’s like to be a woman that is child-free by choice or childless by circumstance.

Olive by Emma Gannon - image by Harper Collins

Olive by Emma Gannon: a vital book for child-free women

Emma Gannon’s novel Olive opens a much-needed conversation about a woman navigating the complexities of being child-free by choice.

SHE DEFINED turns three

Reflecting on three years of SHE DEFINED

SHE DEFINED’s founding editor Sharon Green reflects on the three years since the women’s publication first launched.