Jenny Brockie is one of Australia's most gifted and sought after forum facilitators.  Jenny is well known for hosting SBS TV's INSIGHT, where she facilitates an always lively and thought provoking discussion on a wide range of topics with more than 50 participants weekly. Jenny's experience on INSIGHT and as a journalist, documentary film maker and interviewer, give her a unique set of skills which she uses to elicit information in an informative and entertaining way. Her exceptional ability to draw out people's ideas, get them talking to one another and encourage audience participation is a hallmark of her work as a facilitator. 

Jenny's career spans television, radio and print.  An award-winning documentary filmmaker she produced COP IT SWEET, THE DEVIL YOU KNOW, SO HELP ME GOD, OUR STREET and BAD BEHAVIOUR. For two years, Jenny hosted her own radio show on 702 ABC Sydney and presented the interview series SPEAKING PERSONALLY on ABC TV. Jenny also reported exclusively for current affairs programs including FOUR CORNERS and NATIONWIDE.  Her work as a television journalist and documentary film maker has earned her a coveted Gold Walkley, two AFI Awards, a Logie, a Human Rights Award, two Law Society Awards and another Walkley.  In 2006 and 2008, Jenny received United Nations Association Media Peace award for her work on INSIGHT.

 Jenny is available as a facilitator, MC and key note speaker.  To see examples of Jenny's work on INSIGHT tune in to SBS on Tuesday nights at 7.30pm.

Areas of interest include:

  • Sustainability and environment
  • Urban Planning
  • Architecture and Design
  • Corporate Governance and Ethical Standards
  • Health
  • Security, Law and Policing
  • Communications, Digital Media and Convergence
  • International Affairs
  • The Arts
  • Rights of Children

Recent events include:

  • Business for Millennium Development Summit, Melbourne 2008
  • Film Victoria Industry Forum: Future opportunities for Film, Television and Digital Content Creation and Distribution, Melbourne 2008
  • 5th National Housing Conference, Sydney 2008
  • Directions in Indigenous Housing Conference, Royal Australian Institute of Architects, Alice Springs 2007
  • GHD Sustainability Conference: Our Planet Leaving a Legacy, Melbourne 2007
  • Banksia Environmental Foundation Forum, Sydney 2007
  • Australian Public Sector Anti Corruption Conference, Sydney 2007 -World of Women in Sport Conference, Brisbane 2007
  • Royal Australian Institute of Architects Annual Conference, Melbourne 2007
  • Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency "An Intimate Conversation" (with corporate leaders) Melbourne 2007
  • Australian Communications and Media Authority and Communications Alliance Consumer Dialogue, Sydney 2007
  • International Urban Design Conference, Gold Coast 2006
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