Georgina Dent is a journalist, editor, former lawyer and advocate for women’s empowerment and gender equality. She is the contributing editor of Women's Agenda, Australia's leading publication for career-minded women and has a fortnightly column in The Sun Herald & The Age on Sunday.
Georgie has appeared on ABC’s Lateline, The Drum, ABC Weekend Breakfast, Channel 9’s Today Show and Sky News, and has more than 20,000 followers on Twitter who enjoy her commentary on women, money, politics and everything in between.
She was recognised for her advocacy in the inaugural Women’s Empowerment Journalism Awards in Singapore in 2014, where she was a finalist in the journalist of the year category. In 2015 she was a finalist in the inaugural Our Watch Walkley Awards to recognise excellent reporting of domestic violence.
She lives in Sydney with her husband and their three daughters. Her first book, a memoir called Breaking Badly, will be published in May 2019 with Affirm Press
Why does flexibility matter to me?
Without flexibility there is no doubt in my mind that I wouldn’t have been able to build the career I have, while also raising three children and, mostly, keeping my sanity.
Flexibility means that while my days and weeks don’t always look the same my productivity remains high and I’m able to manage my personal and professional commitments in a way that works for me, my employer and my family.