Water Polo | Australia
Bronwen Knox is an Olympic Water Polo player who represented Team Australia at the 2008 Beijing Games, 2012 London Games, and 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games. During her debut Olympic Games, Bronwen scored 12 goals, making her the third leading goal scorer in the tournament. At the 2016 Games, she was named Captain of the Australian women’s team. Bronwen made her debut with the Australian National Team, the Aussie Stingers, in 2005 after a test match against trans-tasman rivals New Zealand. Competing at the highest levels for over a decade, Bronwen recently played in her 350th international cap, a testament to her work ethic and commitment to the sport. She hopes to make Tokyo 2020 her fourth Olympic Games. Outside the pool, she is pursuing a degree in Law, having previously completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science.
Founder | First 100 Years
MENTOR | IWF Australia
Rachel Scanlon is the Founder of the First 100 Years initiative in New South Wales, Australia, which celebrated the centenary of women lawyers in 2018. Rachel is a financial services lawyer specializing in derivatives, funds management, life insurance and regulation. Currently working at Goldman Sachs in Sydney, Rachel was formerly General Counsel at Magellan Financial Group, and Head of Derivatives at Challenger. Having worked in Tokyo, London and Hong Kong, Rachel returned to Sydney in 2014. She is on the board of International Women’s Forum Australia, and The Song Company, Australia’s premier classical vocal ensemble.