Zali Steggall first burst into the Australian psyche back in 1998 when she became the first ever Australian to win a medal at a Winter Olympics - winning a Bronze in the slalom at Nagano. Fast forward 20-years and she came back to public life with a bang as the woman who famously toppled ex-Prime Minister Tony Abbott from the electorate seat he had held for 25 years. Now the Abbott-slayer is on the verge of becoming the face of climate change in our federal parliament, and she joins marie claire to talk about all of it... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Everybody has a moment in their lives where they have had to dig deep to overcome the odds. A moment where they have had to face their fears head-on. In our new series, Finding Fearless, we talk to awesome women who have lived these moments, faced adversity and in the process found their true purpose. Hosted by marie claire editor Nicky Briger and her team, their stories will hopefully inspire you to `find your fearless’ and live a bigger, richer life.