Jamila Rizvi

Travels from: Victoria


Author, presenter and political commentator, passionate about empowering individuals 

Categories: Leadership, MCs & Hosts, Women in Business

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Jamila Rizvi is an author, presenter and political commentator. She is Editor-at-Large for the Nine Network's Future Women platform and hosts their podcast of the same name. She is also a regular commentator on 'The Project', 'Today', 'The Drum' and 'Q and A' and an occasional host on ABC ‘Melbourne Afternoons’.

In 2017, Jamila published her best-selling book 'Not Just Lucky'a career manifesto for millennial women. A year later it was long listed for the Australian Book Industry Awards in 2018

In the same year, she released her second book ‘The Motherhood’, an anthology of letters about the first three months of life with a new-born. So far, Jamila has donated $15,000 in proceeds from 'The Motherhood' to CARE Australia, helping give women and girls in the developing world a better life. 

In 2014, Jamila was named one of Cosmopolitan’s 30 Most Successful Women Under 30 and in 2015 and was listed as one of Australia’s 100 Women of Influence by the Australian Financial Review. In 2017, she was included in the Weekly Review’s Top Ten List of Young Rising Stars in Melbourne. 

Before entering the media, Jamila worked in politics, acting as an advisor to both the Rudd and Gillard governments on the topics of employment, women, media, childcare, and youth affairs. Jamila is a proud Ambassador for CARE Australiaand a board member of the Melbourne's Writer's Festival. 

Having travelled the nation speaking, Jamila is passionate about empowering individuals become more confident in the workplace. With an easy going, professional and infectious style, Jamila is also a popular MC, interviewer and host.

Jamila Rizvi - MCs & Hosts

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