Unforgettable Moments, Forever New's podcast, looks at defining moments in women's lives and how they shaped who they are. It's featured interviews with inspiring Australian women, including ballerina Isobelle Dashwood and Little Dreamers Australia founder Madeleine Buchner.
The Red Tales, ModiBodi's series, hosts candid, "too-honest" stories about the awkward teenage years - and bodies. In its episodes, brave Aussie women chat to host Sasha Meany about the stuff no one dares to share, hoping to make the lives of fellow young teens a little easier.
"I think what I realise is going into the media world, coming from corporate finance, I saw that I was often the only woman of colour in the room," Akhidenor says. "There were lots of women in the space but just no women of colour. When I was in meetings to pitch, I was always in the back of my head like, 'Wow, I'm really the only one here. What is going on?'"
Using that as her focus, the company now works to push the narrative of diversity. "That now has really become my mission to change that and this is what we're all about. Encouraging the brands we work with to actually showcase diverse stories and diverse voices. Because in my personal experience, and, obviously, everything that's come to light now it's just so phenomenal that finally, this is becoming a focus."
"The mission behind our business now is just to keep fueling that," she adds.
On top of producing and guiding brands in the podcasting world, The Peers Project's namesake podcast series, Peers2Peers, hosts conversations with some of the world's most impressive millennial entrepreneurs. Interviews have included Kim Pham, the co-founder of OmSom, and Will Fan, the co-founder and CEO of New Campus.
And while even Akhidenor admits she and her team are attempting to tackle something "huge", the change is worth it. "For us, I think it's just we couldn't imagine not doing it and really giving it a crack."