Danielle Warby is an advocate for women in sport and has been working to promote women’s sport since 2006.
Part journalist, part marketer, part content manager, part public relations and full time fan.
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Articles by Danielle Warby
- Out on Instagram: Are elite sportswomen changing what coming out looks like? – The Lifted Brow
- Underpaid, under-protected: Australian football’s women players deserve better – Mashable
- Sex sells sex, not women in Australian sport – The Guardian
- And for a bit of fun: Your imaginary boyfriend David Pocock totally supports women in sport – SBS Zela
Women in sport – oh, the things I’ve done
I was the managing editor of Zela, SBS’s website devoted to women in sport. I also managed the Facebook and Twitter accounts.
I was the content and community manager at sportforwomen.com.au and content and social strategist at thewomensgame.com. I produced content on sportswomen for Rebel Sport. Helped out Tameka Butt and Lauren Reynolds with media relations.
I am the founder and managing editor of Sporting Sheilas, a website I set ran from 2006-2016. It’s an ever-evolving project and I’m now focused on telling the stories of Aussie women in sport via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
The Women’s Game: W-League Web Series
A staple on the football landscape, and the premier source for Australian women’s football content, The Women’s Game is a leader in the women’s sport space.
I produced, directed and filmed the pilot episode of a women’s football web series with former Australian international, Sarah Walsh.
Speaking engagements and panels
I love getting up and talking about women’s sport.
Speaking of events, sometimes I organise them. Like Celebrating the Spike in Women’s Sport for Volleyball Australia. with special guests Angela Pippos, Kerri Pottharst, Natalie Cook, MC Becchara Palmer and a slew of current elite sportswomen like Alex Blakwell, Sharni Williams, Anna Flanagan and Lisa Darmanin.
Radio and podcasts
To many to list here! I talk a lot about women in sport.
Australian Sport Commission
In December 2012, I was a finalist in the Australian Sport Commission Media Awards for reporting on Women in Sport. This award was for my work on the London 2012 Olympics & Paralympics for Sports Hydrant’s Sport for Women site sportforwomen.com.au and I was presented with the award by the Federal Sports Minister, Senator Kate Lundy.
Federation of Gay Games
I was awarded the ‘Local Hero’ Legacy Award from the Federation of Gay Games for her work promoting women in sport and The Flying Bats in the LGBTI community.