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Megan Dalla-Camina is an award-winning expert in women's leadership and empowerment with a notable career spanning two decades as a corporate executive at IBM, GE, and PwC, and over a decade as a successful entrepreneur. As the Founder and CEO of Women Rising, Megan leverages her vast experience to help women achieve clarity, build confidence, and become authentic leaders. Her Women Rising program has empowered over 7,500 women in 63 countries, collaborating with hundreds of major corporations like Microsoft, Accenture, and BMW.

A best-selling author of three books, Megan is recognised globally for her transformative research and teachings on women's leadership. She has received accolades such as the Women’s Economic Forum honour for women’s empowerment, Woman and Mentor of the Year by B&T, and the 2024 Telstra Best of Business Award for Accelerating Women. Her work is featured in top media outlets like Forbes, Marie Claire and CNN, and her popular Psychology Today column has more than 2 million readers.

Her fourth book coming in August 2024, Women Rising: The Forces That Hold Us Back and The Tools To Help Us Rise, is anticipated to redefine perspectives on women's roles in leadership and life. Beyond her professional achievements, Megan is dedicated to philanthropy, supporting various women-focused charities. She holds two Master's degrees, an Inner MBA from NYU, and is set to begin her PhD in Women's Spirituality and Leadership in the Fall. Based in Sydney, Megan can be found on most social media platforms @megandallacamina.

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It's Our Time to Rise

Megan is the Founder and CEO of women's leadership and empowerment company Women Rising supporting women around the world to own their power.

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Notes of Encouragement

A moment to exhale in the busyness of your life
Find comfort in the chaos. Each Sunday afternoon, I send a personal note of encouragement. Think of it like a love note for your spirit, and a moment of reflection and inspiration for the week ahead.

What if love was the operating language of leadership instead of fear?