Julie McCrossin talks to people for a living. She presented the radio show Life Matters on ABC Radio National for 5 years, initially with Geraldine Doogue and then as solo presenter, covering countless health, welfare and educational topics with a frequent rural focus. Julie was also a team leader on the media quiz show "Good News Week" for 5 years on Network Ten and ABC TV. Julie began working for the ABC and she's presented many Radio National programs including "Background Briefing" and "Arts National", as well as stints on ABC Rural Radio and 702ABC Sydney. Currently Julie presents a travel program called Up and Away for Qantas in-flight entertainment on Radio Q, writes for the new ABC magazine Life Etc and facilitates conferences and training seminars nationally. For over 20 years Julie has hosted hundreds of public events.
Julie has university qualifications in the arts, education and has a law degree. She is an Ambassador for NAPCAN (The National Association for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect) and the Fred Hollows Foundation.
CONFERENCE AND EVENTS
A professional facilitator really makes a difference by maintaining the focus of discussion on the key issues and generating a constructive and positive result. Julie will keep things running smoothly and on time.
MEETING AND SEMINAR FACILITATOR
Julie will meet with you prior to the event to clarify your key issues for discussion. She will then ensure your goals are achieved on the day. Facilitating lively audienceparticipation with questions and comments is Julie's speciality.
Julie will stimulate your audience with wit, warmth and humour to think about the key issues.
PANEL DISCUSSION LEADER
Open your event with a lively panel discussion which raises all the issues. Julie will help you develop the ideal format to achieve your goals. Then she'll engage the panel and audience in a lively fashion.
Presentations people remember - one day course
Julie's clients include: ABC Radio Training, Airservices Australia, Association of Children's Welfare Agencies, Attorney General's Department, Australian Tax Office, Department of Community Services, Domestic Violence Advocacy Service, Institute of Actuaries of Australia, Law Society of Australia, TAFE, Teachers Federation of NSW, University of NSW