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We're looking forward to bringing you The Female Career podcast when it launches in late June 2020.

One of our first interviews is with Louisa Wall. Louisa (Ngati Tuwharetoa me Waikato) is a member of the New Zealand Labour Party and has been an MP since 2008. She has held a variety of roles across the public sector as a policy advisor and community advocate in the social policy and public policy areas. Louisa’s work is founded on a commitment to universal human rights together with promoting the rights of gender and sexual minorities, ending TB, guaranteeing universal access to family planning and strengthening women’s rights through increased political participation. Louisa also had a highly successful sporting career as both a Silver Fern and also a Black Fern, including being named NZ Women's Rugby Player of the Year in 1997. She strongly believes that striving to attain goals can be achieved with the support and encouragement of our families and communities.

If you would like to be one of the first to hear Louisa's career story when it goes live then do subscribe to The Female Career mailing list at the bottom of our website.