Speakers

Josh Toomey

Josh Toomey is a proud Wiradjuri man from Dubbo in central-western New South Wales, whose life’s work is dedicated to transforming communities and empowering individuals to overcome challenges and reach their full potential. With a deep commitment to helping people break free from addiction to alcohol and other drugs, Josh has become a beacon of hope and a role model for many.

Dr. Jerome Joseph

Dr. Jerome Joseph, ranked No. 2 in the World as a Global Brand Guru, is a best-selling author and thought leader. An award-winning speaker, Jerome specializes in leveraging brand strategy to enhance Brand Experience, Branded Cultures, Personal Branding, AI, Sales, and Customer Experience, ensuring that every aspect of your business is driven by your BRAND. As a former CEO & Board Member of a public listed brand agency, he brings real-life brand expertise to the stage. With 27 years of experience and 9 best-selling books, he has worked with over 1,000 brands across 37 countries.

Yujin Wong

YuJin Wong, CSP, is a triple degree holder, former lawyer and investment banker who transformed into an award-winning keynote speaker and international mental fitness expert. Overcoming depression, YuJin's captivating storytelling and high energy deeply engage audiences in enhancing productivity and mental health. As Certified Speaking Professional, he brings expertise in psychology, neuroscience, and coaching. YuJin's journey from despair to empowerment makes him a compelling icon, offering invaluable guidance to top organizations seeking well-being and fulfillment.

Tony Armstrong

Tony Armstrong, a Barranbinya First-Nations Australian and former AFL player for teams like Adelaide and Sydney Swans, has transitioned successfully into media. He became the first Indigenous person to call live AFL on commercial radio and later joined ABC as a sports news producer and presenter. Tony's media presence has been recognized with prestigious awards, including the 2022 Graham Kennedy Award and the 2023 Bert Newton award for Most Popular Presenter.

Stan Grant

Stan Grant is an esteemed journalist and broadcaster with a prolific career spanning over 25 years across more than 70 countries. His roles have included ABC Federal Political Correspondent, London-based European Correspondent for the Seven Network, and China Correspondent for CNN in Beijing. As the International Affairs Analyst for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Stan has covered significant global events from the release of Nelson Mandela to the war in Iraq, earning him multiple prestigious awards including the Columbia University Du-Pont and the U.S. Peabody Award.

Marc Bineham

Marc isn't just a keynote speaker; he's a partner in your event's success.

His mission is to spark real change through his talks on wellbeing and taking back control. Marc has empowered over 10,000 people to regain control of their lives, wellbeing, and finances, enhancing productivity and helping individuals and teams thrive, especially post-COVID. Marc customises his presentations to your audience's needs. With over 30 years in the financial advice profession and as author of "The Money Sandwich", Marc's insights are sought after by media outlets.

Blak Douglas

Blak Douglas is a distinguished keynote speaker and artist who captivates audiences with engaging talks and performances that challenge perceptions and inspire a collective path forward. Born Adam Douglas Hill in 1970 in Blacktown, NSW, he was raised in a culturally rich environment with a Dhungatti father and a Caucasian mother, boasting a heritage that includes English, German, Irish, and Scottish ancestry. In 2014, he adopted the moniker 'Blak Douglas' to honor his diverse genealogies.

Shelley Ware

Shelley is a regular corporate speaker to large and small groups. Speaking about the impacts of racism, AFL, diversity in the workplace, females in sport, embedding Aboriginal History and Culture into classrooms and reconciliation, she is a dynamic and powerful presenter.

Muggera

Muggera is a family group who prides itself on its cultural knowledge and professionalism. The members for Muggera come from a long line of cultural leaders, world-class performers, with a formidable respect for culture. Based out of Yugambeh country, Muggera shares Minjungbal culture with the community through world class performances and experiences. 

J-MILLA

J-MILLA is a proud member of the Marranungu people, who are the traditional landowners of the Litchfield National Park in the NT. Born in Darwin J-MILLA's life started hard from the get-go, yet he managed to find a way to stand outside the intergenerational trauma pathway that affects so many Aboriginal families. Losing himself in music and storytelling got him through and it was this part of his culture that he clung to. When J-MILLA noticed the power of narrative and its influence on those around him; mainly his brothers and sister - J-MILLA’s passion for writing lyrics and telling his own stories began. J-MILLA used this passion as a weapon to maintain a healthy mental state for himself and his siblings. His lyrical content swings between deep societal commentary and bangin’ club vibes. 

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