Zoe Condliffe

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Zoe is the CEO and Founder of herStory and a Founder with Blue Chilli’s female founders program SheStarts. She was named one of the Top 100 most influential, creative and provocative people in Melbourne by The Age when she was 21.

She then went on to co-found international development projects, consult in the social enterprise space and gain a Master of Community Cultural Development. She is a gender equality advocate with a background in international development, project management and building youth-led social change movements.

She has worked on building digital solutions for social problems within the international development sphere. As an artist she creates work that centres around female collective storytelling as healing from gender-based violence. She is a Young Social Pioneer with the FYA, a fellow of the Oaktree Leader’s Trust, alumni of the Global Engagement Summit, and the winner of Anthill Magazine’s 30under30 young entrepreneurs award.

Her company, herStory uses technology to harness the growing trend of social storytelling for data that will help people in power understand the complex issue of gender-based violence.

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