Megan Dalla-Camina is a strategist, speaker, writer, and researcher passionate about changing the conversation on women, leadership and work. She is also the Co-Founder/CEO of Lead Like A Woman, an enterprise dedicated to women’s empowerment, transforming leadership and creating positive organizational change. Before becoming a thriving entrepreneur she spent two decades as a senior executive in global organizations such as GE, PwC and IBM; first as an award winning Marketing Director, and most recently as Head of Strategy for IBM, including remits for Gender Diversity and Organizational Culture and Change. Well known for her capacity to inspire and empower, while keeping it real, Megan is passionate about busting the rhetoric that keeps us stuck, asking new questions, and getting to the heart of what creates real change.
Having earned a Masters degree in Business Management from MGSM and a second Masters degree in Wellness (Positive Psychology) from RMIT where she received the Vice Chancellors Award for Academic Excellence, Megan blends science, spirit and experience to drive results that matter. Her work has been referred to by Forbes as “brave” and by Naomi Wolf as “refreshing”. She has significant experience in all aspects of women, leadership & work; from devising the gender strategy at IBM for almost a decade, being a founding implementation leader in the Male Champions of Change initiative lead by former Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick, being a leadership lecturer in executive development at MGSM, to being a sought after strategist, thought leader and researcher creating a new frontier for women and work.
Her work and writing has been featured in Forbes, Fortune, Fast Company, Huffington Post, Psychology Today, NBC, Fox Business, CBS News, Marie Claire, Elle, Wellbeing, Womens Agenda and more. She is the author of the best selling book Getting Real About Having It All (Hay House) and the newly released Lead Like A Woman: Your Essential Guide to True Confidence, Career Clarity, Vibrant Wellbeing and Leadership Success.