Kaarle McCulloch

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Australia - NSW

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Kaarle is a Triple World Champion, Commonwealth Gold and Olympic Bronze Medallist- an astounding record for a young woman.

Her personal and athletic journey from a promising junior middle distance runner to the highest honours the track cycling world has to offer is remarkable, inspiring and entertaining.

Kaarle's journey from the southern suburbs of Sydney to the highest level of elite athletic pursuit is exceptional and inspiring.  Her resilience, passion and drive to succeed form the basis for a corporate presentation that will leave your attendees buzzing with energy and aspiring to the highest levels of achievement.

Kaarle is equally adept at after dinner Keynote speaking and motivational sessions and has proven to be a relaxed, entertaining speaker on panels or as a participant in small
group activities.

After discussing your specific needs and interests, Kaarle will structure her range of topics and anecdotes into a presentation tailored to suit you and your key stakeholders.

 

Testimonials

Kaarle displays a personality of grounded humility and she spoke with the passion, professionalism and insightfulness of a person many years her senior.
- Advisor FP

Kaarle McCulloch presented at the AMP Leaders Forum, the delegates rated her highly. Kaarle has a very engaging and relaxed presentation style.
- Director AMP

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