Div Pillay

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Div Pillay is the CEO and Co-Founder of MindTribes, an award-winning organisation launched in 2012 to help businesses harness both the human and commercial benefits of greater inclusion and diversity. Recently named as one of two Australians in a list of 25 Global Influential Leaders by AACSB International – the world’s largest business education alliance.

I #ChooseToChallenge leaders to discuss Intersectional Feminism on International Women’s Day #womenlead

DIv Pillay challenges to provide culturally and linguistically diverse women with a pathway to leadership.

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