Unstoppable Women

Unstoppable Women

Unstoppable Women

Ziera is built around the values of empowering and supporting women. We recently went on the hunt for six #Unstoppable women, and were overwhelmed by each and everyone of your stories. It wasn’t an easy task to pick the final six. Celebrate each of their journeys here.

Susan is Unstoppable

In 2007 Susan went on a trip to Vanuatu that would change her life, and culminate in a new school and library for the small island of Tana.

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Simone is Unstoppable

For the past two years Simone has built a diverse arts community in Tauranga called The Incubator. She has been the driving force behind a movement that has revitalized the Historic Village and brought together the community as a whole.

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Jo Hood Is Unstoppable

In 1990 Jo founded the first Mainly Music group in New Zealand. Mainly Music is a 30 minute fun interactive music session for parents or primary caregivers to interact with their young child. Since this first group was established, Jo has started groups all over New Zealand.

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Shirleene is Unstoppable

Dr. Shirleene Robinson has dedicated her life to making Australia a much fairer, tolerant and more inclusive society. An academic who spent much of her time uncovering Australia's past, in order to improve it's future, for a number of years now she has been an advocate and spokesperson for marriage equality in Australia.

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Alexia is Unstoppable

Alexia Hilbertidou is determined to change the world – and she is fearless in her quest. The 18-year-old is the founder of GirlBoss New Zealand, a social enterprise boasting 8000 members that aims to address gender inequality by empowering female students.

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Quin is Unstoppable

Quin Tang is a woman who will not be beaten. No matter what life throws at her, the single mum-of-two fights back. A survivor of the bloody Cultural Revolution in her native China – which tore her family apart and claimed the life of her beloved mother - as well as a deadly earthquake in New Zealand, she has experienced extreme suffering and poverty, but refused to let it define her.

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