Over the past two years, I’ve delivered keynotes at more than 80 conferences, businesses, universities and schools. In 2014, I was thrilled to to speak at the Global Ideas Forum, Youth Humanitarian Festival, Global Health Conference, Elevate Young Leaders Conference as well as well known Australian businesses including Telstra, Amobee and NAB.

If you’d like me to talk about anything related to leadership, entrepreneurship, education, innovation or international development, please get in touch.


“Chantelle came to speak at our lunch, and it has been one of the highlights of our year. Our participants raved about her insightful presentation – it was visually engaging, heart warming, authentic and real. Her passion shone through, and she was easily relatable to the modern female. Chantelle showed us how easy it was to make a difference, not only in our own lives, but also in the lives of others. Thought-provoking, informative and stimulating.”
Emily Wheatley, Board Member of Women in Super

“Chantelle was the final speaker at our Professional Symposium. Her story was clear and inspiring. She showed us, through her work, that greater fulfilment can be found in unselfish commitment to others, rather than through hollow pursuit of financial success. Chantelle’s final challenge to the audience, to be better, to do more, to make a difference, left a lasting impression. People came away with a renewed sense of purpose and optimism. Her presentation was heart warming, thought provoking, educational and inspirational.”
Dr John Reeves, Director of Intensive Care, Cabrini Hospital

I’m available to speak at conferences, schools, universities and selected events.

Each talk is tailored to your audience and to meet your intended outcomes. Please get in touch to for keynote pricing and any other details.

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