Women’s History Month celebrates women’s achievements and contributions throughout history. Beginning as a weeklong celebration in 1978, this was petitioned to be extended, and by 1987 March was designated to celebrate Women’s History Month.
Of course, the most recognisable date of March is International Women’s Day. This year the global theme of IWD is focused on women in leadership. To celebrate Women’s History Month, I conducted a series of interviews with different women in business to gain insight into how they got started in the industry, challenges they’ve faced, and what advice they have for women looking to start their own business venture.
To kickstart this series I sat down with Tamara Eacott, the Director of Green Living Collective. GLC is the official distribution channel of Eminence Organics in Australia and growing each year. Between juggling a successful multi-national business, family, and exciting upcoming projects, Tamara is a busy woman. Still, I managed to pull her aside to discuss how she originally discovered Eminence, her passion for waste reduction, and how she manages to create a positive environment for her