The ‘Women at PCA’ series features 20 articles to be shared throughout the year to tell the extraordinary success stories of the women at Porsche Cars Australia.

Follow the series this year exclusively on LinkedIn.

Here is to all of the women at PorScHE.

Launching Thursday 14 April 2022, every fortnight a new article will be published revealing the stories of the women who work at Porsche Cars Australia.


Stephanie Weiser

When Public Relations Manager Stephanie Weiser joined Porsche Cars Australia eight years ago, she was keen to work with a luxury sports car company after a 14-month stint in Europe working at a Formula One Team gave her a taste of life in the fast lane. Weiser is behind some of Porsche Cars Australia’s most defining PR moments, but it’s her commitment to elevating woman with drive that put the Porsche brand in a league of its own under her leadership.

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Chloe Adamson

Organising Porsche’s 70th Anniversary Gala in December with a mere six-week lead time to host 400 special guests is one of the high-pressure moments of 2021 that Events Manager Chloe Adamson will never forget. It stands out as a career highlight for Adamson during her 11-year tenure with Porsche Cars Australia.

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Hayley Brabant

With the arrival of Porsche's first fully electric sporscar, the Taycan, in early 2021, she is electrifying Australia, delivering the Porsche Destination Charging program all across the country.

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Matleena Pukkila & Kristy Brockway

Two women driving the motorsport agenda at Porsche Cars Australia know that delivering client experiences comes down to their attention to detail. They might operate in the male dominated world of motorsport, but when it comes to this dynamic duo, anything is possible.

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Photography: Megan Harding

Author: Jane Rocca

Editing: Stephanie Weiser, Morgan Haynes, Porsche Cars Australia

Project management and social: Portia Atkins, Porsche Cars Australia and Elle Morley and Jess Lennie, Noisy Beast

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