Story is a way of connecting.

Story brings us closer and bridges the gap between ‘them’ and ‘us’.

Story allows us to learn from one another, inspire action, and through story – lives are changed.

Every Woman Project is a celebration of story.

No matter where you’re from, your age, background, likes or dislikes, culture or sexual orientation – your story is welcome here.

Every Woman Project celebrates story through interviews with brave women willing to be vulnerable in order to make a positive difference in the world. Their story, their words, their wisdom – being passed on to you.

Some stories will make you cry, some will make you laugh, and some will stir within you a desire to make the world a better place.

Each story brings us collectively closer to each other as we realise:

What makes us different is what makes us human, and what we have in common is what bridges humanity.

Every Woman Project: Empowering Lives Through Story – because your story is worth loving.

Every Woman Project featuring Muon Family

In this episodes of Every Woman Project I am honoured to have interviewed a student that I taught a decade ago, and her family about what life was like living in Sudan, their journey to Australia, and how they see themselves as Australian South-Sudanese women today.

They have experienced war, left their country by foot – baby on head and back, left their husbands behind in search of a brighter future for their family.

This interview will inspire you and you’ll be challenged to question how you view people perceived to be different to yourself.

Their message of unity, love and belonging is one we all need to hear.

Every Woman Project featuring Katie Nicole

Have you ever looked in the mirror and hated what you saw?

Maybe you’ve said harsh words about your body, or even done some harm trying to make it look a certain way?

Our special guest, Katie Nicole, would spend four hours binge eating and then twenty minutes with her arms wrapped around a toilet bowl purging out $50 worth of food so that she would feel better about herself, have greater control, and acceptance from others.

Hear how she went from putting on and losing up to 120kg in a decade, to embracing who she is – no matter what. Katie shares her journey of self-love in a real, honest and authentic way.

To be in touch with Katie go to or @More Confidence To see more inspiring and educating episodes of Every Woman Project go to

Every Woman Project featuring Helen Parker

In this episode of Every Woman Project we speak to Helen Parker founder of The Babes Project.

Helen found herself pregnant and vulnerable with little support whilst studying at university. She realised she wasn’t alone. So she made it her mission to help pregnant women in need of support and care.

Hear her story, be inspired to make a different, and challenged with how you view, support and love others.

“In society because we have so much connection on social media now, we are really quick to judge. And it’s easy to say ‘let’s not judge’ but what does that mean?”

To support the work of The Babes Project or to find out more go to

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Every Woman Project featuring Tina Vercillo

In this episode of Every Woman Project we chat with Tina Vercillo.

In 2016 Tina was diagnosed with an aggresive form of breast cancer. As a single mother she was faced with some hard truths and had to make some challenging decisions about her future.

In this interview we talk about cancer, her choices of treatment and healing, confronting death, and living in the moment. We also have a few laughs and discuss how to speak to someone we know who has an illness.

It doesn’t matter who you are, your age, sex or background, we’ve all known someone to be impacted by an illness, especially cancer. Therefore, this episode will add value to your life in more ways than one. Tina’s bravery, honesty and vulnerability will not only inspire you, her wisdom will also educate you.

Every Woman Project featuring Julie Cini

In this episode of Every Woman Project I have the honour of interviewing Julie Cini! Julie Cini is the founder of Spinal Muscular Atrophy Association of Australia, Inc. She began SMA Australia after losing both her children to Spinal Muscular Atrophy in 2005 and 2007. In between losing both her daughters, her partner was tragically killed in a car accident.

Julie Cini strongly believes in creating a future that encourages empowerment, resilience and compassion and she shares her experience in the hope of encouraging people to make a difference.


I would love to know how her story impacted you. Please share below!

Love to you all