Cheryl is joined by Jamila Rizvi, an extraordinary woman, who, at the age of 25, became one of the youngest people ever to work as Chief of Staff to a Federal Government Minister. Today, this writer, editor, political advisor and mother, has taken the world by storm to become the pre-eminent voice of young Australian women, both online and in person. Her second self-help book entitled, The Motherhood, is a collection of letters from women sharing what they wish they were told when they became first time mothers.
Podcast guest: Jamila Rizvi
In the past five years, Jamila Rizvi has firmly established herself as an accomplished writer, presenter, interviewer and commentator, who injects her own special brand of humour, irreverence and authenticity into the public debate. Jamila appears regularly on The Project, The Feed, The Drum and ABC News Breakfast. She is also a digital columnist for News Limited, where she writes regularly about everything from politics to pop culture to parenting. She is a former Editor-in-Chief of the Mamamia Women’s Network websites, which reach more than 2 million women each month. Her first self-help book, Not Just Lucky, was published last July.
Duration: 28 mins