TESTIMONIALS: JULIE AS A SPEAKER
“I just wanted to thank you again, from all the Equal Voices team, for being with us at our conference and for your wonderful presentation. So much heart in your talk! We’ve had so much fantastic feedback from those who attended. Everyone really appreciated and enjoyed all you shared with us!” Equal Voices Conference. October 2017.
“I’d like to thank you for participating in the inaugural Antidote festival this past weekend. It was a wonderful success – we’ve received terrific feedback from patrons, particularly for your session with Ben.” The First Mardi Gras” Antidote Festival Sydney Opera House. September 2017.
“This year our forum theme was “Together Toward Tomorrow” and your presentation highlighted the experience and inspiration we have available within our group. You won the crowd over with your warmth, humour and genuine interest in the topic. Feedback from the Managers has been very positive for our program agenda with your presentation being one of the highlights which contributed to the success of this year’s forum.” 2012 NSW Police Managers’ Forum.
“The feedback has been fantastic.” Australian Federal Police. Protection Women’s Dinner. 2007
“Thank you very much for your excellent address. It was a great contribution to our meeting.” Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Annual Scientific Congress, April 2006
“I would like to express my sincere thanks for your fantastic contribution to Artfest. Opening night had a great atmosphere this year with your humour and sense of fun. It was really enjoyable and made a huge difference.” Winmalee High School. 2006.
“Your talk was very engaging and you managed to captivate the audience. You conveyed your experience and thoughts on culture brilliantly.” Art Gallery of NSW, Art After Dark.
“Your presentation was entertaining and thought provoking. Deceptively light-hearted, your presentation was a very effective reinforcement of the important messages.” – Comcare, Australian Government
“In your dinner presentation you created an atmosphere that was light hearted but did not shy away from the deep emotional content of the work of the program. It was an engaging and creative way to close off the day’s discussion.” – Family Relationships Services National Forum 2004, Department of Family and Community Services.
“Your talk has provoked some hearty discussion and many favourable comments.” – Shoalhaven Women’s Health Centre
“Feedback regarding your keynote address has been stunning. Thank you so much Julie … for your gracious and thoughtful address.” – Brisbane Writers Festival
“Your presentation was intelligent, effective and entertaining.” – Mental Health Review Tribunal
“Thank you for making our Christmas Breakfast such a resounding success.”– BQ Design
“Your ability to discuss what some may see as touchy issues in a light-hearted manner helped break down the barriers thereby enabling everyone to participate.” – Women’s Network. Federal Department of Finance and Administration
“Your charismatic performance as key note speaker was unequivocally the highlight of the evening.” – Education Week. Penrith District.
“Your talk was both committed and witty, which made your radical – but also conservative – message good fun to hear.” – The Sydney Institute
“Thanks for your expertise, sense of humour and most of all your compassion.” – Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes in NSW
“Your openness, passion, and honesty contributed to the forum’s outstanding success.”. – Marie Claire. What Women Want Forum 2001
“Thank you most sincerely for your participation at the annual conference. You were a bright addition to the programme, and thank you for your sense of humour.” – Local Courts Annual Conference. Judicial Commission of NSW