Madeline Price

Madeline Price graduated from a Bachelor of Arts/Laws (Honours) at the University of Queensland, majoring in Sociology and Journalism in 2016. Madeline is the National Director and Founder of the One Woman Project, one of Queensland’s fastest growing, youth-led, non-for-profit organisations. Founded in 2013, the One Woman Project consists of a team of 32 volunteers across Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, Tanzania and India, who provide quality educational seminars to university and high school students, biannual conferences, in-school workshops, engagement and outreach events, and state-wide campaigns, covering various topics of global gender inequality. The philosophy of the One Woman Project – and a burning passion of Madeline's – is that education about global gender inequalities can empower youth to create active change in their local communities and lead to a more equal society and world. For her work with the One Woman Project Madeline was lucky enough to be nominated and shortlisted for the 2016 Young People’s Human Rights Medal, the 2015 Queensland Young Australian of the Year Award, the triple J Annual's 2015 25 Under 25, and present a talk for TEDxUQ on workplace gender certification.


Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Bachelor of Laws