Sponsors & Partners

We are deeply grateful to our sponsors and partners for their support in making NoWEM possible. Thanks to the following sponsors for their support of NoWEMxFemInEM!



FemInEM is a global phenomenon! It was established in 2015 to connect women across emergency medicine, no matter where they lived. Since then it’s has flourished into an unstoppable and multi-faceted force. FeminEM has a website, serving as a centralised open access resource for a multitude of policies that protect working women, a regular podcast and blog, extremely successful conferences  and a fantastic, never-before-done, speakers bureau, as a practical solution to female underrepresentation at conferences.



Minerva Productions produces screen content which promotes social change. We consult and advise campaigns on their screen strategy, and also create, develop and produce content which has greatest impact and reaches the widest audiences. Our team are experienced in major national campaigns, commercial and free-to-air television, through to corporate niche videos for internal use. Whatever the organisation, or the platform, we incorporate social change into everything we do. As a woman-lead business, we are proud to support NoWEM in drawing together a community that embraces, empowers and celebrates women in Emergency Medicine.



Campbelltown Emergency Department and Campbelltown Hospital are proud to sponsor this combined NoWEM and FemInEM evening in Sydney. It is with great pride that we saw the NoWEM founders come together at Campbelltown and commence Australia’s first Emergency Women’s Network. Campbelltown Emergency is a thriving department that is meeting the demand of an enormous and growing population in South West Sydney. We are committed to the ideas of best practice and providing for the special needs of the incredibly diverse patient group that attends our department. We are currently building a new ED and Hospital and, in addition to our core clinical services, we are exploring all our Models of Care to provide excellence in End of Life Care, Procedural sedation, POCUS, Short Stay Medicine, and Paediatrics.


Boyd Migration and Legal

Boyd Migration & Legal is a Sydney-based law firm. We practise Australian immigration law. We specialise in helping businesses and individuals with Australian visa applications (including skilled, business and family) and other complex Australian immigration processes. We also practise in professional negligence and contractual disputes, and have a network of trusted partners in commercial, property and family law.  We believe ventures such as NoWEM are critical to attain sustainable and significant improvements in the unacceptably low levels of women in leadership.


Experien Insurance Services

Experien Insurance Services helps hundreds of female doctors with their life and disability insurance and medical indemnity insurance - as their insurance broker.   We were one of the first to note that in Australia, women did not seem to enjoy lower medical indemnity insurance premiums, yet it is known they have a lower risk of claim. So we pushed hard for this and now see that insurers such as Tego and others are now giving discounts to women. Whether its for this, for female specific trauma insurance claims, or for events like this, we are proud to support women in medicine and recognise the important role they play in this sector.


The Australian institute of ultrasound

The Australian Institute of Ultrasound (AIU) is proud to be sponsoring NOWEM. For over 20 years AIU has been Australia’s premier ultrasound training institute providing hands on practical training in a caring and supportive environment. 

“I come from a family of five generations of women leaders who have made significant breakthroughs in advancing womens’ careers in medicine, science, and business. We are passionate about raising the next generation of women to live in a world where their voice is respected.”

Jenni Sanderson, Director, Australian Institute of Ultrasound



Blugibbon is a locum agency that was was founded six years ago to be different. The first employee Blugibbon hired was Bronwyn, a return to work mum after five years out of the work force. Before setting up Blugibbon , Sam Whitaker (Managing Director) tried to get his previous employer to hire Bronwyn knowing she was an awesome worker. The company didn't employ part time Mum's. Bronwyn is to this day  still an employee with Blugibbon and is now the accounts manager, helps keep Sam in check and making sure BG's doctors are paid on time.

Blugibbon have helped women in Emergency medicine around the world earn good money on their terms.


apecc - asia pacific early childhood consultants

Asia Pacific Early Childhood Consultants is interested in supporting early childhood professionals to re-imagine the work they undertake with children. We see APECC as a critical friend that respectfully challenges long held beliefs, looks at the familiar in new ways, helps you see what you cannot yet see and support individuals and teams to be the best they can be. With these aspirations in mind, APECC would like to engage the EC community in dialogue and debate about professional practice, educational research and quality with early childhood professionals from a range of settings in Australia and beyond.


boq specialist

BOQ Specialist has a deep understanding of the medical sector and works closely with healthcare professionals throughout their career so that they are empowered to make financial choices that are right for them now and will continue to be right for them in the future. Over the past 30 years we have cultivated a deep knowledge and understanding of the medical industry and are reliable and trusted experts. We are very proud to support NoWEM and acknowledge their significant contribution. For more information about BOQ Specialist and how we can help you call 1300 160 160 or visit boqspecialist.com.au/medical


Australasian college for emergency medicine

NoWEM thanks ACEM for their generous sponsorship of our event!


Prince of wales hospital foundation

NoWEM thanks the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation for their generous support and partnership.