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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:

Why it’s important to get dressed when working from home (and what to wear)

Why it’s important to get dressed when working from home (and what to wear)

Working from home in your pyjamas might sound like the dream, but here’s why getting dressed is more important than you think.

How Two Live: Meet sisters Jess and Stef Dadon, founders of Twoobs

Women in business: Meet Jess and Stef Dadon, founders of shoe brand Twoobs

Australian sisters Jess and Stef Dadon share their journey from creating fashion blog How Two Live to launching their shoe brand Twoobs.

7 inspiring women on what International Women’s Day means to them

7 inspiring women on what International Women’s Day means to them

From founders to CEOs to changemakers, these Australian women share what International Women’s Day means to them.

Empowering feminist quotes to inspire you this International Women’s Day

Empowering feminist quotes to inspire you this International Women’s Day

To mark International Women’s Day, we have compiled empowering quotes from some of the world’s most fearless, independent and inspiring women.

In Her Footsteps by Lonely Planet book cover

‘Alternative travel guide’ In Her Footsteps honours trailblazing women

A Lonely Planet book described as “an alternative travel guide to the world” documents the impact of more than 200 women and celebrates their legacy.

Victress: book by cricketer Corinne Hall celebrates women in sport

Victress: book by cricketer Corinne Hall celebrates women in sport

Victress, a book that celebrates 35 iconic Australian sportswomen, will help fund grassroots women’s cricket projects and charity Kindness Factory.

Dr Rachel Matthews: Why sustainable fashion is the only way forward

Why sustainability is the only way forward for fashion

Sustainable fashion – it’s a buzzword that has gained prominence in recent years, but why is it important for us to pay attention to this approach?

Books on gender, politics, culture make 2020 Stella Prize longlist

Books on gender, politics, culture make 2020 Stella Prize longlist

Gender, politics and culture are prominent themes across the diverse books written by Australian women on the longlist for The Stella Prize 2020.

How to advance in your career, without becoming a manager

How to advance in your career without becoming a manager

Progressing in your career doesn’t mean you have to lead a team. Here’s how it can be done.