With this special newsletter today, we want to acknowledge, honour and celebrate all the incredible ‘Women of Tattersalls’,

We interviewed Liz to showcase her remarkable journey.

Liz Powter

Q1. Please share your current occupation and industry.

Human Resources Manager, Financial Services.

Q2. Would you consider your current role your biggest achievement? If not then please share what you are most proud of achieving.

I am proud of being a working Mum. Having 2 boys I think it was good for them to see both their parents working and sharing the workload around the house.

Q3. What does the idea of gender equity mean to you?

For me, it’s about providing a level playing field so everyone can make choices that are right for them.

Q4. Is there a time when you were overlooked, disadvantaged or deprived of an opportunity (in your personal life or in your career) because of your gender?  

I think the biggest limitations most people endure are the ones they put on themselves. That certainly can be influenced by expectations associated with gender, socioeconomics, race and sexuality.  What I think is important is that there are good role models from all walks of life to inspire everyone. It is hard to be what you can’t see.

Q5. Which women do you admire the most and why?

I admire women who are confident to choose their own path whether that’s in their professional, sporting, cultural or home life.

Q6. Could you please tell us a bit about your journey at Tattersalls (how you joined the Club, your experience at the Club in terms of gender equity etc.)?

I am a very proud foundation female member and am very grateful to my hubbie Anthony for introducing me. I have felt very welcomed into the Tattersalls family by all the staff and members and can’t imagine now not being part of the Club.