Critical to the ongoing growth of the screen sector is supporting leadership roles for women, says the Natalie Miller Fellowship.s Sandra Sdraulig.
Chair of the Adelaide Film Festival and former Film Victoria CEO, Sdraulig heads the Nmf's Brilliant Careers Leadership Program, which kicks off today with a conference at Melbourne.s Rmit University. Funded through Screen Australia.s Gender Matters, it aims to arm women with leadership skills.
.If you.re ignoring untapped creative talent, and leadership potential of women, then you.re really underutilising an incredibly skilled workforce,. Sdraulig told If..
.There is no question that there are a lot of very skilled women in a lot of different areas in the industry. Part of the issue is they.re not getting access to either making films or occupying key decision-making positions within their organisations...
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Sandra Sdraulig on Nmf’s Brilliant Careers program and building female leaders