As our Chief Creative Officer Jamila Rizvi often says, 
“Wins are sweeter when they happen together.”

It takes a village to produce an event like the Future Women Leadership Summit. Thank you to our partners who help make it all possible.

If you’re interested in becoming a Leadership Summit partner at next year's event, please reach out to us at to learn about the sponsorship opportunities available.


Commonwealth Bank is one of Australia’s leading providers of personal banking, business and institutional banking and share broking services. With 17.4 million customers and a history spanning more than a century, the Group’s purpose is to improve the financial wellbeing of its customers and communities.


The Commonwealth Bank is Australia’s leader in digital banking and maintains the largest branch network across the country. Headquartered in Sydney, Australia the Bank operates brands including Bankwest in Australia and ASB in New Zealand.


Salesforce is the #1 CRM, bringing companies and customers together in the digital age. Founded in 1999, Salesforce enables companies of every size and industry to take advantage of powerful technologies—cloud, mobile, social, voice, and artificial intelligence—to connect to their customers in a whole new way. The Salesforce Customer 360 is an integrated CRM platform, powered by AI, that unites marketing, sales, commerce, IT and analytics departments. Salesforce is one of the leaders on Fortune’s Change the World list, and has been one of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For, for twelve years in a row. For information, please visit



In 1826, 26-year-old Louis Hachette opened Brédif, a Paris bookshop and publishing company near the Sorbonne. His adventures in publishing live on today at the Hachette Livre Group, home to A-list international authors including Florence Given, Noreena Hertz and Ronan Farrow along with a stellar line-up of local authors including Maxine Beneba Clarke, Louise Milligan, Nikki Gemmell and Natasha Stott Despoja. Hachette Australia proudly supports emerging writers of all ages through The Richell Prize, in association with the Emerging Writers’ Festival and The Guardian; the State Library of Queensland’s black&write! program; and in partnership with Express Media, The Hachette Australia Prize for Young Writers.


Put simply, Plan International Australia is the charity for girls' equality. We tackle the root causes of poverty, support communities through crisis, campaign for gender equality, and help governments do what’s right for children and particularly for girls. We are here to ignite the creativity, talent and ideas of girls in all their diversities. We are informed by evidence, and always learning. Plan International Australia works on some of the most important issues of our time – from gender equality, sexual and reproductive health rights, sexual harassment, refugee rights, food security safety and action on the climate crisis.  We believe a better world is possible. An equal world; a world where all children can live happy and healthy lives, and where girls can take their rightful place as equals.