Please find links below to key media coverage about Deanne Weir, and the WeirAnderson Foundation.

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LinkedIn Deanne Weir's LinkedIn profile

Inside Film Deanne Weir hatches ideas to encourage private investment - January 2019 Australian Philanthropy Awards 2018: Why Deanne Weir has donated millions of her own money to Charity - August 2018

Philanthropy Australia 2018 Gender-wise philanthropy recipient, Deanne Weir - July 2018

Qantas Magazine Lessons from The Most Inspiring Leaders of 2018 - December 2018

200 Women Deanne Weir is among those featured in the 2017 book, 200 Women

Mediaweek Deanne Weir replacing Chris Freeland as chair of Sydney Film Festival - June 19, 2017

Australian Financial Review 100 Women of Influence 2016

Sydney Morning Herald Bell Shakespeare finds lessons in feminism from the Bard - September 11, 2015

The Australian Former Austar executive Deanne Weir gambles on success of digital - February 17, 2015

Hollywood Reporter The 20 Most Powerful Women in Global TV in 2015 - February 10, 2015

WeirAnderson Foundation

Good Weekend Why philanthropy does not begin and end with rich, white men - November 19, 2016

Sydney Morning Herald Philanthropist Deanne Weir gives $1million to women - August 20, 2014

Generosity Magazine The Storyteller: Deanne Weir July 22, 2014

Deanne Weir talks about the launch of Gender Matters in 2015 - about why it matters to her and her vision for the future. She was initially the chair (a position now held by Joanna Werner) and is now a member of the Gender Matters Taskforce. 

Top banner photo: Ioan Gruffudd as Dr Daniel Harrow in Hoodlum’s Harrow. Photo credit: Vince Vallitutti.