Supporting gender equity is part of our every day

Australian women retire with approximately 23 per cent less super, on average, than men.1

We know this gap won't close without significant policy change. That's why we continue to fight for amendments and offer practical support to help women close the super gap.

International Women’s Day podcast
Hear from some of the incredible women we have the privilege of working alongside at UniSuper. Head of Marketing, Leah Mackenzie, interviews Chief Financial Officer Anastasia Crisafi, and Head of Capability Dr Shannon Lloyd about their roles, careers, and the advice they wish they’d gotten earlier.

Discover more about how we’re committed to gender equity

Women in leadership: Renae Anderson
Our goal is to have 40% of leadership roles at UniSuper filled by women. Hear from Renae Anderson, one of our emerging leaders, on what it takes to forge a successful career in financial advice.
Women in super: Kiran Bhullar
Kiran Bhullar's curiosity and compassion have shaped her career journey in financial advice. Hear more about her story, including the challenges she's overcome along the way.
Women in leadership: Sandra Lee
Sandra Lee has worked tirelessly to rise up through a typically male-dominated space to become Head of Private Markets at UniSuper. Hear from Sandra as she speaks to the hard work and dedication required to achieve her goals and become the leader she is today.

Set up your super for success

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Estimate your super

Calculate how much super you may have when it comes to the time of your retirement and estimate your retirement income.
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Easily manage your super

Easily check your balance, review your investments, consolidate your super and more through your online account.
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Chat to a Super Consultant

A chat with a super consultant can help you plan for the future. General advice is available to UniSuper members at no extra cost.
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