Lucy Bloom is a change maker, exceptional communicator and business fixer. She began her career in advertising, working across a diverse range of industries for 20 years before she stepped into the role of CEO of a new women’s health organisation. In less than three years she created and lead a small team to raise $7M for a network of hospitals in Ethiopia. She then went on to transform a network of schools and health centres in South East Asia, as the organisation’s first CEO. She now consults as a strategy machine and governance gun for start ups, NFPs and big business. You will find Lucy Bloom challenging and entertaining in equal measure.

She’s is a rule breaker, idea maker and momentum creator inspiring audiences with humour and captivating storytelling, with the business acumen to fortify an unforgettable message.

Lucy has never met an industry she cannot speak to. Let her customise a speech just for your virtual or live event.

Speaking topics

Doing Business Differently

Lucy will take you on a ride of fascinating experiences and business learnings from a 28-year career as a master communicator, world changer and trailblazer. Discover how to do business differently, why fun should be a factor in your strategic plan, how kindness and optimism fuel your bottom line and why courage is a daily practice.

Resilience And Transformation

Beneath the mohawk is a sharp business woman who has developed the tools for personal resilience and adaptability: from a motorcycle accident which almost claimed her life to the epic challenges of the start up world and the NFP boardroom. Lucy will show you how to inspire optimism and create value in the face of adversity and change.

Turning Failure Into Fortune

Oh to be the poster girl for failure! Lucy Bloom has had her fair share of fails, smack downs and sideswipes. But every time she has rebuilt, rebooted and come back for more, better than before. Discover Lucy’s steps for bouncing back from failure, learning from your errors and focussing forward for the win.

Leading With Kindness

Lucy Bloom is a strategic businesswoman who has built a career on kindness. Discover how to spread kindness like wildfire in a way that feeds back into your people and your bottom line. This unforgettable speech will have your delegates implementing a daily practice in kindness which will make them happier, healthier and more productive.


There’s no other speaker like Lucy Bloom: fast, funny and so relatable with business experience in spades. Lucy handles virtual events with energy and fun, leaving the audience right where we want them: motivated, inspired and ready for radical change.

Lucy impressed our audiences with her fast-paced, vibrant and thoroughly entertaining speech. She is a wonderful storyteller; she delivers her messages with candour, humour and a realness that is often missing from the corporate speaker circuit. We highly recommend Lucy to any organisation that is looking for a speaker who is smart, informed and funny. Your audience will love Lucy.
General Manager, Australian Finance Group

From the minute Lucy spoke, the whole audience was captivated. Her ability to incorporate humour and compassion into a clear business message is unlike no other! Highly recommended speaker.
National Partnership Manager, ANZ

As our regular MC, Lucy keeps the pace on track and has a substantial impact on the audience she's engaging. She is more than funny. She’s a businesswoman and an innovator herself.
Charles Sturt University

Lucy was a brilliant mediator and MC for a debate between the top state candidates in our electorate. She brought humour and pace to the event handling pollies and the audience incredibly well.
Chair, Coogee Chamber of Commerce

Lucy Bloom is the perfect keynote speaker to open an event, ignite the thoughts of your delegates and plant seeds of thought that will grow throughout your event. Lucy’s energy, humour and unique voice set her apart from other speakers in Australia. Lucy took our theme and ran with it – I couldn’t have anticipated or imagined the direction that she created – and it was wonderful. My audience can be tricky – but she had them in the palm of her hand, at the end of each idea and wrapped in her warmth and humour.
Australia Council for the Arts, Marketing, Communication and Ticketing Summit

The power of storytelling is proven throughout history to be the most impactful way to educate and inspire. Lucy Bloom, you did this with humour, authenticity and honesty that surpassed any other speaker over the two days. They really did save the best until last.
BIIG Conference

Lucy opened the show at IBTMWorld to a packed theatre of industry professionals from all over the world and she did not disappoint! The pace was fast and her content so relatable. There was not one phone fiddler in the room as Lucy held our full attention and challenged us to do business differently.
Reed Exhibitions

According to one of our longest-standing members, Lucy Bloom is the best keynote speaker we have ever had a state conference - and that member has attended all 30 of them.

Lucy made our people feel like they wanted to jump into action straight after her live stream, which is just what we were going for. Our audience (supermarket franchisees, mainly men) loved her personable nature and many have commented on how funny and relatable she is.
Food Stuffs New Zealand

To listen to a presenter who is so authentic and to get so many “ah ha” moments is very cool. My team were messaging me whilst Lucy was speaking. She was an absolute hit and I know many of us gained a lot from your speech.
State Manager, Commercial, Willis Towers Watson

From the minute Lucy spoke, the whole audience was captivated. Her ability to incorporate humour and compassion into a clear business message is like no other speaker in the world.
ANZ Bank

Lucy is one of the best speakers I have ever heard. She’s perfect for the current climate.
CEO Good Shepherd

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