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Professional Bio

Megan Dalla-Camina is a strategist, speaker, writer, and researcher on women, leadership and work. 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 changing the conversation about women, work, leadership and success, to one that drives positive change.

Megan holds 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. With a PhD currently underway in gender studies, 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’s leadership; from leading the gender strategy at IBM for almost a decade, being a founding implementation leader in the Male Champions of Change initiative lead by the Australian Human Rights Commissioner, to now being a sought after strategist, thought leader and researcher creating a new frontier for women and work.

Megan won the inaugural NAB/Women’s Agenda award for Leader in the Private Sector, and she has been nominated for Telstra Business Woman of the Year twice. 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 Lead Like A Woman.

You can connect with Megan on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Linkedin and Twitter @mdallacamina and of course, at

Personal points of interest (and random facts)

Before she a was a ‘serious business executive’, Megan had all types of interesting endeavors as a performer, a music producer and advertising exec, all before the ripe old age of 24 when she landed at GE (they didn’t quite know what to make of her, but it all turned out well). Creativity still rocks her world, as does writing and speaking about things that matter, and helping people see what’s possible. She has a 16 year old son who is, of course, the coolest kid in the world. And she has a dream that her PhD research might just change everything – for women, for men and for the world we live in. She loves captivating conversations, fortune cookie wisdom, beach swims and yoga, and she has a fierce obsession with books, thought provoking ideas and figuring out what’s next.



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Should you start a business blog? – In The Black

Personal Branding Tips and Optimizations – Rebrandly

Balance Your Feminine and Masculine Energy in Business and Life – The Merrymaker Sisters

You can’t have it all: 40% of women professionals are ‘hanging on by a thread’  – Forbes

How women can get the career they want without compromising their wellbeing – Fast Company

You can’t lean in if you’re hanging on by a thread – Fortune

Many Women Struggle To Find Satisfying Balance Between Careers and Families – CBS

10 life lessons from ELLE’s morning of little life-changing events – ELLE

Inside Word – ELLE

In case you hadn’t already given up on having it all – Glamour

Do what you love interview – Do What You Love For Life

Where are your moments of Joy? – Make The World Move

9 Steps for having it all – Wellbeing Magazine online

100 Women to Watch – Madison Magazine

New study says close to half of female professionals in America “Hanging on by a thread” – Reuters

What happens when she makes more than you – Metro US

Modern Motherhood: The truth about a working mom – BusinessNews Daily

IBM’s Megan Dalla-Camina a Private Sector leader to watch – Women’s Agenda

How to mind your emotions at work – Leading Company

Five simple ways to rediscover your sparkle – Coping with Jane

Strengths-Based Leadership – VIA Pro

Improve sex, stop overeating and 6 other things you can do in 5 minutes – iVillage

Getting happy – Balance by Deborah Hutton

Fatigued by having it all – Balance by Deborah Hutton

Finding your spark – Balance by Deborah Hutton

From glass ceiling to glass cliff? – Human Capital Magazine

Sustainability: The great balancing act – In The Black Magazine

Working away can weaken corporate culture – BRW

Women recognised for leadership – B & T Magazine

Home? It works – Flexibility at Work


How to ask your boss for a pay rise – The Daily Mail

10 keys to unlock your feminine power – Wellbeing Magazine

6 steps to a career plan that actually works – The Huffington Post

Are you rejecting your feminine traits? – The Huffington Post

10 things you need for career success – Psychology Today

10 books about women, feminism and work you need to read – The Huffington Post

The workplace revolution women are leading – Psychology Today

Looking for a good book? What I read and loved in 2015 – The Huffington Post

Do you know your derailment factors – Part One – Psychology Today

Do you know your derailment factors – Part Two – Psychology Today

Is it time to reignite your personal brand – The Huffington Post

3 keys to finding your purpose – Psychology Today

Need a confidence boost? Read this – The Huffington Post

8 ways to bust your creative blocks at work – The Huffington Post

10 tips for public speaking confidence – The Huffington Post

What can you stop doing today? – Psychology Today

Getting it done: how to be strategic, creative and productive – The Huffington Post

Men think women are holding themselves back – Women’s Agenda

The permission slip you’ve been waiting for – The Huffington Post

Getting to your purpose: what do you need to let go of? – Psychology Today

Gwyneth Paltrow and the mommy wars: here we go again – The Huffington Post

Redefining success for women: the third metric of leadership – The Huffington Post

5 keys to building your personal brand – The Huffington Post

Women don’t need fixing, leadership needs changing – Women’s Agenda

Forget #banbossy – how about #beauthentic – Women’s Agenda

Workplace negativity: How to minimise the damage – Women’s Agenda

How to take a holiday – Women’s Agenda

Can Marissa Mayer have it all? Enough already – Women’s Agenda

Know your non-negotiables – Business Chicks

The key to happiness at work – Business Chicks

5 ways to stop loathing your job – Psychology Today

Feminism – why it might be time for a rebrand – Women’s Agenda

How should I ask for a pay rise – Women’s Agenda

How to be strategic and manage your daily workload at the same time – Women’s Agenda

Six ways to determine if it’s time to leave your job – Women’s Agenda

Maxed out? 9 ways to get from superwoman to wellwoman – Psychology Today

How to make yourself a candidate for a more senior role – Women’s Agenda

How to set boundaries and stick to them – Women’s Agenda

I was subject to inappropriate behaviour and my boss wants me to just get over it – Women’s Agenda

I think I need some balance, but is it even possible? – Women’s Agenda

How can I resolve tension in my team? – Women’s Agenda

How to handle a request for a pay rise from a team member who hasn’t earned it – Women’s Agenda

Help! I get easily distracted and never finish my to-do list – Women’s Agenda

Will a career plan help progress me in the right direction? – Women’s Agenda

How can I get the best out of my new team? – Women’s Agenda

How can I take maternity leave and not kill my career? – Women’s Agenda

How to handle negative feedback at work – Women’s Agenda

How to handle a boss who micromanages – Women’s Agenda

Should you commit to further study to further your career? – Women’s Agenda




What are your non-negotiables? – Fox Business

How to create a career you love – Seek learning

12 Rules for a balanced life – Seek learning

The confidence gap and how you can bridge it – Seek learning

Megan’s story: from career burnout to career coach – Seek learning

12 Rules to living a balanced life – Balance by Deborah Hutton

Women in leadership, building confidence and owning your personal brand – The Connection Exchange

Three killer tips for having it all – Simple Life Strategies

Can’t sleep? 7 drug free strategies to try – The Huffington Post Live

Open Space Session – SWB

VIA Strengths and Leadership Development – VIA Institute




Women and the workplace – 3AW/2UE Radio interview with Alan Pearsall

Balance Your Feminine and Masculine Energy in Business and Life – The Merrymaker Sisters

Create a passion-filled and purposeful career – Awaken Radio interview with Connie Chapman

Stepping into your feminine power – Goddess Talk Sessions global online event

Balance, wellbeing and your career – Mindfluence Revolution podcast interview

An interview with Megan Dalla-Camina – The Champagne Collective podcast interview

Getting Real about having it all: Megan Dalla-Camina – The Wellness Couch

Happiness at Work – ABC Radio