100 Days Later: Kate Clarke

100 Days Later Kate Clarke, Senior Veterinarian with Eureka Veterinary Hospital, takes us back to the point on the ship when she first drafted her 100 Day Plan and how much of that plan has played out since returning from Antarctica  100 DAYS LATER: KATE CLARKE Our...

100 Days Later: Helen Corney

100 Days Later Helen Corney, PhD Candidate – Global, Urban and Social Studies, found confirming her values and aligning them to all parts of her 100 Day Plan helped her shape what she really wanted from all parts of her life.  100 DAYS LATER: HELEN CORNEY...

100 Days Later: Gaia Dell’Ariccia

100 Days Later Gaia Dell'Ariccia, Postdoctoral Researcher, reflects on her personal strategy map and how a 'success' mindset can actually hold us back.  100 DAYS LATER: GAIA DELL'ARICCIA I can’t believe 100 days have already passed since we returned from our Antarctic...

100 Days Later: Karen Alexander

It’s been 100 Days since #TeamHB2018 returned from Antarctica. We asked Karen Alexander, Research Fellow at University of Tasmania, to reflect on her last 100 Days, and what leadership means to her.  100 DAYS LATER: KAREN ALEXANDER I am writing this whilst watching...

Make the dream of Homeward Bound possible for #HB19 women

We truly believe we are stronger together. This year’s Homeward Bound cohort is made up of those who are self funded, partly self-funded/work-funded and fully work funded. For those who are self funded, many are raising money for their place. We would love you to look...

#HBSTORIES: SARAH BROUGH

It’s been more than a year since our first Homeward Bound cohort of women in STEMM returned from Antarctica. We asked Sarah Brough, one of our inaugural participants, to tell us about her journey since completing the program in 2016, and the role the network of...

Building a global network of 1,000 women in STEMM to influence policy and decision making as it shapes our planet.

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Homeward Bound is a groundbreaking leadership, strategic and science initiative for women, set against the backdrop of Antarctica.

The initiative aims to heighten the influence and impact of women with a science background in order to influence policy and decision making as it shapes our planet, within 10 years.

In 2016, Homeward Bound gathered the first 76 of a targeted 1,000 women from around the world, all with critical science (STEMM) backgrounds, to undertake a year-long state-of-the-art leadership program. The inaugural program culminated in the largest-ever female expedition to Antarctica, in December 2016, with a focus on the leadership of women and the state of the world.

A second cohort of 78 women recently completed their 12-month leadership program and Antarctic expedition in March 2018, and our third cohort of women in STEMM are currently undertaking the program and depart for Antarctica in December 2018. Join our mailing list to be the first to know about future Homeward Bound news and developments, including the recruitment of our next cohort.

100 Days Later: Kate Clarke

100 Days Later Kate Clarke, Senior Veterinarian with Eureka Veterinary Hospital, takes us back to the point on the ship when she first drafted her 100 Day Plan and how much of that plan has played out since returning from Antarctica  100 DAYS LATER: KATE CLARKE Our...

100 Days Later: Helen Corney

100 Days Later Helen Corney, PhD Candidate – Global, Urban and Social Studies, found confirming her values and aligning them to all parts of her 100 Day Plan helped her shape what she really wanted from all parts of her life.  100 DAYS LATER: HELEN CORNEY...

100 Days Later: Gaia Dell’Ariccia

100 Days Later Gaia Dell'Ariccia, Postdoctoral Researcher, reflects on her personal strategy map and how a 'success' mindset can actually hold us back.  100 DAYS LATER: GAIA DELL'ARICCIA I can’t believe 100 days have already passed since we returned from our Antarctic...

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