The Financial Times – 10 July 2019
As Gail Kelly, former chief executive of Westpac, says: “In 2019, Bretton Woods reaches its 75th anniversary . . .
7.30 (Australia) – October 30 2018
The second part of our series of advice for Year 12 students facing exams features pioneering business woman Gail Kelly.
Business Day – March 28 2018
Rising to the top Down Under on the basis of lessons learnt in South Africa, Kelly recounts how she overcame uncertainty to head an Australian bank.
Euromoney Magazine - February 1 2018
As chief executive of Westpac, Gail Kelly was a trailblazer for women in finance.
702 (Johannesburg) and Cape Talk (Cape Town) (segment starts at 19:34) – November 14 2017
Gail Kelly, former CEO of Westpac, talks about her career in SA banking and globally.
Stellar Magazine, The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) – August 27 2017
Here is an improbable story, one of a Pretoria girl who grew up in the apartheid years and found herself, as an adult, a heavyweight in the sharp-elbowed Australian banking industry.
2GB 873AM (Sydney) – August 16 2017
The trailblazing former Westpac CEO, Gail Kelly, talks to Chris about her incredible career, leadership and her new book, Live Lead Learn.
2GB 873AM (Sydney) – August 1 2017
The former Westpac CEO joins Alan Jones on his Breakfast Show.
UNSW (Australia) – August 1 2017
Gail Kelly, former Westpac CEO, has donated $1 million and her skills and experience as a business leader and mentor to UNSW for an international exchange program with South Africa.
Nightlife (Australia) – July 26 2017
Former CEO of Westpac Group, Gail Kelly joined Philip Clark to share her inspiring personal story.
7.30 (Australia) – July 26 2017
Gail Kelly was one of Australia’s highest profile corporate leaders until she retired a couple of years ago. Since then she’s written a book about what her career taught her about life and leadership.
Westpac - July 26 2017
The secrets behind Gail Kelly’s rise to become one of Australia’s leading business figures have been revealed in her publishing debut, Live Lead Learn, which will go onto bookshelves around the country next week.