Named one of Australia's 100 Most Influential Women
Keynote Speaker, Panelist & Consultant
As an experienced public speaker and panelist, Ali aims to challenge thinking, deliver inspiration and entertain a variety of audiences.
Ali has featured at the Global Summit of Women presenting on Why Millennials are Critical to 21st Century Economies and also on Creating Businesses that Transform Society. She has participated in plenary panel discussions at the Nexus Summit, The PWN Next Generation Summit and at numerous Philanthropy Australia Conferences on Integrating Social Purpose into Business, as well as at the Australian Booksellers Association Conference on Community Engagement and Social Responsibility. Ali is a frequent panelist at the major writers festivals (including Sydney, Byron Bay, Brisbane) as well as many regional festivals.
Green often speaks to smaller corporate groups, and consults with SMEs, about integrating social purpose into business. Most recently Ali spoke at Challenger's Offsite on Shared Value, Mercer Bell's Ideas Worth Sharing Event on Innovative Businesses, and Egon Zehnder's Leaders & Daughters Event on the New Generation of Women Transforming Leadership.
Beyond enhancing impact through social purpose, Ali is passionate about encouraging the next generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs, as well as reinforcing the importance of work/life balance.
Business & Social Good, Motivation, Finding your Purpose, Life Balance, Starting a Business at 22, Values & Purpose, The Future of Books.
Leadership, Social Impact/Purpose, Entrepreneurship, Women in Business, Businesses that Transform Society, Life Balance, Book Publishing, Insights for the Next Generation of Leaders.
Integrating Social Purpose in Business, Aligning Values & Purpose (Professionally and Personally), Authentic Leadership, Advice for Future Leaders.
"Alison Green, who founded Pantera Press when she was 22, exemplifies the trend towards cross-pollination between business and social good. Ms Green said rather than start a charity to help lift literacy rates, she realised the more effective way was to start a company that could fund the changes she wanted to make in society."