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Top Speakers for International Women's Day

We loved to see women dominate the stage at the Australian Day awards this year. At Ovations we believe that women belong on all stages every day not only on International Women’s DayWe want to introduce you to some women we love to book on stages in Australia and internationally every day

Michelle Rushton

Michelle has designed and delivered award-winning behaviour change and leadership development programs for companies like Microsoft, Australia Post and American Express.


Dr Anika Molesworth

A thought-leader of food systems resilience, a researcher in international agricultural development and a sought-after keynote speaker.


Julie Masters

Julie Masters has spent a career decoding influence. Founder of ODE Management, the world’s largest dedicated speaker management agency with offices across the USA and Australia.


Lisa McInnes-Smith

Do your people need to make a tangible shift - a shift in attitude, performance, behaviour or direction? This is the cornerstone of Lisa McInnes-Smith's work. Lisa inspires each audience member to increase focus, lift performance and step up to the next level. Lisa's unique ability to connect and effectively communicate her concepts brings results to key teams, groups and organisati ...


Pauline Nguyen

Pauline Nguyen has the skills to connect with her audience in a profound way – she helps awaken and focus people to change their own story for a better future.


Clare Payne

Clare is a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader and is recognised as a ‘100 Women of Influence’ in Australia.


Poppy King

Poppy King founded Poppy Industries Pty Ltd at 18 years of age, after recognising a gap in the market for matte lipstick. She sourced manufacturers, secured capital and investment and developed the product with the first range of colours going on sale in Australia in March 1992.
The media took a great deal of interest in both the product and Poppy King the person. Brand awareness grew very qui ...


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