PRESENTERS

MADDY LLOYD, MC

You may recognise me from the telly, as a reporter for 1 news- so I’m used to a microphone, whether it’s reporting, or at a wedding. I absolutely love my job in journalism. I’m so lucky to work with so many talented people, and to get the chance to meet amazing people doing amazing things every day- and better yet, I get to share their stories with the world. My passion is having the opportunity to tell all sorts of stories, about all sorts of people, in all sorts of places! 

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LISA FONG, Move it Mama

Fitness: How this habit can improve your mental health 

Lisa is the Founder of Move it Mama, and the winner of the 2019 Her Own Boss award. She is the mother of four little boys, and a wife to husband Dan. She is a teacher by trade, but now Move it Mama is her full-time business. 

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Move it Mama was born out of a need to exercise. Lisa needed to exercise to be on top of her game; a better mother, sister, wife, friend and so on.  As a busy mother of four boys and on one income, she also didn't have the time or money for a gym membership. This is why she started working out at home. She needed her exercise regime to be simple, affordable, accessible and achievable; all of which she is committed to delivering with Move it Mama.

 

‘I have been lucky enough to pursue a massive dream of mine, helping others feel better about their lives by sharing my workouts and teaching people that exercise really is quite simple.’

ANNIE ANDERSON, Author

Grief: Hope within the hard seasons

Annie is a wife, mother, teacher and author of the soon to be released non-fiction book 'Your Soul is Wintering.' A vulnerable and authentic account of her grief journey written to inspire hope in hard seasons. She encourages us to live an exceptional life not in-spite of what we've lost, but because of it.

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'SHARON', Aviva Families

Domestic violence: It is more common than you realize

'Sharon' will discuss her experience with domestic violence, to provide understanding to those that haven't experienced it and support to those that have. Aviva is available 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. We provide specialist services to support people to live a life free from family and sexual violence, and overcome their enduring harms.

JULIE ZARIREH, Senior Clinical Psychologist

Resilience: How can we promote it in ourselves and others?

Julie Zarifeh is a clinical psychologist with professional and personal experience of the need for resilience in our lives. She will share her extensive knowledge on the topic, combining academic insights with personal experience of how she coped with losing her husband and son within weeks of each other in 2017.

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