Amanda Keller's career has come a long way since she was hired as a producer's assistant on Simon Townsend's Wonder World. Within a week she was the program's head researcher and she hasn't looked back.

In 1985 she became a regular on-air reporter on Ray Martin's Midday Show, but it was Beyond 2000 that made her a household name. During her six years on the program she reported from all over the world and along the way received a number of journalism awards. Amanda's career took on a whole new dimension with Channel Seven's 'The Denton Show' in 1994 and 1995, where her mischievous sense of humour and quick wit was revealed. For the last 7 years she's been the voice of Sydney breakfast radio on Triple M and she currently has her own TV show - 'Mondo Thingo' on the ABC.

Amanda offers corporate clients unique options in regard to Hosting events, corporate debating and after dinner speaking. Her career sets her apart as one of the few woman who have managed to smash the "glass ceiling" in the media and entertainment industry, and her insights and experiences offer the corporate market options in the area of staff development and training.
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