Danielle Warby is an advocate for women in sport and has been working to promote women’s sport since 2006.
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
Managing editor and content producer
Siren: A women in sport collective
Zela at SBS
Managing editor of Zela, SBS’s website devoted to women in sport. I also managed the Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Sport for Women
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.
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
Produced, directed and filmed the pilot episode of a women’s football web series with former Australian international, Sarah Walsh.
Co-founder and director of Siren: A women in sport collective.
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.
At Womensport NSW, I helped organise our Girls Get Active events. I’m particularly proud of the Bourke event. I was responsible for recruiting athletes to attend, generating media interest and producing videos and images.
Radio and podcasts
Too 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.