10 episodes

What inspires a person to make a change? To choose a different path? To fight the status quo? To try and beat the odds? Our new podcast asks a group of inspiring, creative, visionary women about their "change up" - in their careers, personal lives, communities, and the world around them. Listen to the trailer featuring our interviews with Mel Thomas from KYUP, speaker and feminist activist Hana Assafiri, co-founder of RAW garden Mariam Issa, and TOM founder Aimee Marks. Subscribe for full episodes April 24th.

The Change Up Tom Organic

    • Society & Culture

What inspires a person to make a change? To choose a different path? To fight the status quo? To try and beat the odds? Our new podcast asks a group of inspiring, creative, visionary women about their "change up" - in their careers, personal lives, communities, and the world around them. Listen to the trailer featuring our interviews with Mel Thomas from KYUP, speaker and feminist activist Hana Assafiri, co-founder of RAW garden Mariam Issa, and TOM founder Aimee Marks. Subscribe for full episodes April 24th.

    Mari Andrew

    Mari Andrew

    In this bonus episode of The Change Up, we chat with the lovely and inspiring Writer and Illustrator, Mari Andrew. Mari spoke to us about her new book and shares how resilience and a sense of humour can help us to survive the tumultuous journey to adulthood.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Aimee Marks

    Aimee Marks

    On this week's final episode of The Change-Up we chat with the founder of TOM Organic and tooshies by TOM, Aimee Marks.  Aimee is committed to empowering women and families to make conscious choices for a healthier life.

    • 28 min
    Leila Gurruwiwi

    Leila Gurruwiwi

    This week on The Change Up we speak Indigenous TV and sports presenter, Leila Gurruwiwi. For the last ten years, Leila has been a panel member on The Marngrook Footy Show, that gives an Indigenous take on the AFL.

    • 29 min
    Sarah Harry

    Sarah Harry

    In this week's episode, we chat with Sarah Harry. Sarah is one of Australia's leading body image and eating disorder specialists, and the woman behind Fat Yoga; a body positive and inclusive space encouraging women to feel at peace with their bodies.

    • 29 min
    Kristina Karlsson

    Kristina Karlsson

    In this episode of the Change Up we chat to Kristina Karlsson, the powerhouse behind stationary brand, kikki.K.  From humble beginnings in her one bedroom apartment, Kristina turned her passion for design into a raging success with now over 80 kikki.K stores worldwide.

    • 34 min
    Ally Watson

    Ally Watson

    In this week's episode, we chat to Ally Watson. Ally is a developer, Computer Science graduate, and the founder of Code Like a Girl, a social enterprise that aims to address the gender imbalance in the male-dominated tech industry as well as inspire new generations of young women to learn to code.

    • 25 min

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