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Lessons From a Leading Expert

Fadzi Whande is a Global Diversity and Inclusion Strategist, award -winning social justice advocate, Keynote Speaker and currently works as the Inclusion and Diversity Adviser for the University of Western Australia.  Her background ranges from launching telecommunication networks to addressing gender equality, racism, discrimination, health disparities, financial literacy, unemployment and social disadvantage across various sectors in Africa, United Kingdom, USA and Australia.

A skilled facilitator in the areas of Unconscious Bias, Cultural Competency and Racial Socialisation and Identity, her work primarily focuses on addressing systemic and institutionalised barriers held towards historically undermined groups. She currently serves as the National Human Rights Program Convenor for the United Nations Association of Australia and sits on the Board of the Museum of Freedom and Tolerance WA, Diversity Reference Group for White Ribbon, Multicultural Women’s Network Group and was appointed an Ambassador for 100 Women, Water for Africa and the Humanitarian Group.

A dynamic and engaging international speaker, Fadzi is a champion for encouraging dialogue as a means of understanding difference. In 2016, Fadzi was awarded the International Racial Equity Leadership Award in Austin, Texas and named a finalist for the Australian Human Rights, “Racism it Stops With Me’ Award. In 2015, she was part of the Australian National Committee for UN Women’s delegation to the Commission on the Status of Women in New York. In 2014 she was the recipient of the National Community Ambassador Award and in 2013 she served as a People of Australia Ambassador.

Fadzi received an Executive Master in Business Administration and Graduate Certificate in Social Impact from the University of Western Australia.



Inspiring and energizing potential for
infinite impact in the world!

Never underestimate the infinite impact we can all have on each other, in our own unique way.

It’s true - anything really is possible! it just takes commitment and self belief...

I’ve learnt this lesson a few times, but most notable was achieving my 1st Ironman - Melbourne Ironman 2015. It was a journey with so many layers, an experience so rich in life lessons, and a true test of the human spirit.


This finish line became my next start line - inspired to take what I now knew and launch my own business - inspiring and energizing the potential in others.

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