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Education speakers

ICMI has an impressive selection of education speakers to inspire and motivate your audience. Whether you need an education speaker for an event, a conference, or a corporate function, you’re sure to find the perfect fit from our selection of education experts.

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POSTED 23 September 2019

Daniel Weis is a leading Cyber Security Expert who was one of the first people in the world to become a Certified Ethical Hacker. Daniel is the 'go-to guy' when it comes to understanding the risks of cybercrime, cyber-attacks and threats, safety and the dark web. He facilitates training sessions for budding ethical hackers as well as critical guidance to parents and I.T professionals. Daniel has released a new book called Hack Proof-Yourself! The essential guide to securing your digital world. 

POSTED 25 June 2019

Michele Chevalley Hedge is a qualified nutritionist, health author and an expert in nutritional medicine, including mental health. She is a CureCancer ambassador, Heart Research Institute ambassador, Mental Health Award of Australia finalist and ATMS Practitioner of the Year. Michele has several degrees, an Adv.Dip Nutritional Medicine and is a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society. Michele recognises that mental health is just as important as physical health, and her presentations are a must for anyone looking to be a leader in workplace health and productivity.

POSTED 31 January 2019

Michele Chevalley Hedge is a qualified nutritionist, health author and an expert in nutritional medicine, including mental health. She is the author of Beating Sugar Addictions for Dummies and her current book, The Australian Healthy Hormone Diet, is on the list of best-selling health books internationally. She is also an ambassador for Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, Cure Cancer and The Heart Research Institute.

Here Michele shares her expertise about the role of nutrition for strong mental health and how you can get started improving your own wellbeing with her fabulous tips and advice.

POSTED 29 January 2019

Simon Griffiths is the Co-Founder and CEO of Who Gives A Crap, a profit-for-purpose toilet paper company that uses 50% of its profits to build toilets in the developing world. He is an outstanding entrepreneur and philanthropist who has built two social enterprises, generating donations of more than $1.9 million. His work has been covered by countless media outlets around the world, including The Huffington Post, MTV and The Stanford Social Innovation Review.

POSTED 21 January 2019

Michael McQueen understands what it takes to thrive in a rapidly evolving world. As a leading specialist in demographic shifts, change management and future trends, Michael features regularly as a commentator on TV and radio and has written six bestselling books. In 2015, Michael was named Australia’s Keynote Speaker of the Year and was inducted into the Speakers Halls of Fame.

Michael has shared a chapter of his new book Teaching for Tomorrow: A blueprint for future-proofing our schools, students and educational system.

POSTED 23 November 2018

Dylan Alcott OAM has never let his disability get in the way of what he wants to achieve. A three-time Paralympic gold medallist, a four-time grand slam tennis champion, a presenter on triple j and also regularly appearing on Channel Ten’s The Project and Channel 7 Sports. His achievements are endless. But Dylan's biggest passion is to inspire people and to change the way people with disabilities are perceived. In 2017 he launched the Dylan Alcott Foundation, which he created to help young Australians come to terms with their disabilities.

Dylan shares his story in his new book 'Able' and he has kindly given us a sneak peek of the prologue and chapter one.

POSTED 30 March 2017

An early morning start at Citadines on Bourke Street saw over 100 attendees enjoy a tasty breakfast and caffeine fix whilst enjoying plenty of networking and chatter before streaming into the spacious function room.

After a brief introduction from co-hosts Citadines and ICMI, the irrepressible Peter Sharp came bounding and dancing his way onto centre stage.

POSTED 04 January 2017

Dianne McGrath is on a mission to be part of the first human settlement on Mars and is one of only 100 remaining candidates from the 202,586 initial applicants. This makes for a great story, but there is so much more to Dianne. As a presenter with over 20 years’ experience, she is a leading authority on sustainability and her presentations are both inspirational and fascinating.

Take the opportunity to see Dianne in action at our Women in Leadership / Women in Business Event, Melbourne, 20th February. Book here: http://www.icmi.com.au/women-in-leadership

In this blog, the Inspirational Speaker shares her thoughts, experience, and expertise into why it is crucial that more women venture into space exploration.

POSTED 09 November 2016

He’s never been a stuntman or trained in circus acrobatics, but Michael Crossland’s death-defying feats have landed him a spot on MTV’s hot show ‘Ridiculousness’.

You could say that a TV series showing crazy stunt videos with millions of American fans is not Michael’s average audience, however, there is nothing average about this 32 year old Australian, or his life’s journey to this point.

POSTED 19 September 2016

Mike Rolls is a survivor of one of the deadliest diseases on the planet. At the age of 18, he contracted meningococcal septicaemia while on a football trip. His injuries were extensive; he suffered multiple amputations, severe internal injuries as well as the mental trauma of the 3-year ordeal. With mental health issues soaring, Mike believes now more than ever, the importance of strengthening our resilience and he is passionate about adding value to people's lives through the power of his story and the lessons he has learned.

Here the Inspirational Speaker shares his journey about reaching his lowest ebb and how this strengthened his resilience to achieve great new heights. He also gives insight into how you can use his tactics in your own lives. 

POSTED 28 April 2016

Chantelle Baxter is the co-founder and CEO of One Girl – an organisation dedicated to giving 1 million girls across Africa access to education. She is passionate about changing the world and believes that businesses have that power also. Chantelle’s actions speak as loudly as her words making her an energetic and passionate presenter.

Here the Education Speaker talks about why she set up One Girl and how the perfectly mapped out path she originally took and thought she wanted to lead, changed so dramatically.

POSTED 06 October 2015

Christophe Barriere-Varju has represented Australia four times in the toughest and most dangerous race on earth, the infamous Dakar Rally. The Dakar Rally is a 10,000 km race on motorbikes and Christophe has captured this in a film called DREAM RACER, which has won multiple awards worldwide.

In this article the Education Speaker who thinks of himself as just a regular guy explains how the sports challenges and failures have helped him develop 'his ways'.

POSTED 28 September 2015

At the age of 33, Micaela Drieberg was elected unopposed as the Mayor of one of Victoria’s largest and most diverse cities. She’s also the Chair of a Board, a university lecturer and TV presenter representing an emerging type of leader that is breaking old stereotypes and influencing change. As a high energy and passionate presenter, MC and workshop facilitator Micaela draws on her public health knowledge and experiences as a former Mayor and Government Advisor, to offer insights into women's leadership, navigating government and engaging with communities.

We asked Micaela about her experiences, what inspires her and what she’s learnt along the way. This is what the Education Speaker had to say.

POSTED 07 September 2015

Mike Rolls is living proof that we can not only overcome challenges we face, but reach greater heights using positive focus. Mike is a survivor of one of the deadliest diseases on the planet.

At the age of 18, he contracted meningococcal septicaemia while on a football trip. His injuries were extensive; he suffered multiple amputations, severe internal injuries as well as the mental trauma of the 3 year ordeal. Here the education speaker shares his journey of rebuilding every aspect of his life from scratch.

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