Emcee – Victorian Disability Awards
2019 Nominee - Chief Minister’s Inclusion Awards
Speaker - Disability Employee Network - December 4th
International Day of People with Disability
Speaker - June 2019
Montreal and Ottawa
Speaker - November 10th - 11th
Australia's Homosexual Histories Conference - Adelaide, SA.
Keynote Speaker - October 24th
Social Futures - Staff all in day pre-conference dinner - Lismore.
Panel - October 10th
Are We Happy Yet? - A Mental Health Week 2017 Event - Hellenic Club, Woden - Free Entry.
Join a panel of community members and clinical professionals as we unpack the misconception of happiness, and attaining a healthy attitude to emotional well being.
Speaker - October 5th 7pm to 8.30pm, followed by a light supper
Canberra Museum and Gallery, 176 London Circuit, Canberra.
Speaking confidently about ourselves in difficult times - a special seminar for LGBTI+ Canberra's and their allies.
Radio Interview - September 28th 10pm
Joy 96.9 - My Cup of Tea
Speaker - September 16th 9am to 6pm
TEDxCanberra - Canberra Theatre Centre, London Circuit, City.
Book Launch - August 18th at 5:30pm
Presentation - July 27th
Department of Health - Presentation to LGBTIQ and Disability and Careers Networks
Speech - July 6th
Speech for Mill House Social Accelerator Launch
Photo Shoot - June 25
Photo shoot for Queer ACT Photography Project
Interview - June 14th
'The Just Be Revolution' - Canberra
Just Be is…
A Revolution of courage, strength and love.
A Revolution of tolerance, kindness and confidence.
A Revolution to change how we feel about ourselves and to change how we see others.
Just Be is fighting for a future where everyone is accepted for who they are and how they look.
The Just Be Revolution is a platform to share stories, and as our army grows, our voice will get louder. Together we are stronger and can make the world a better place for everyone.
Radio Interview - June 4
Radio Interview with Jeanette Purkis
This program is a place for discussion of issues around Autism and related topics - mental health, education, employment, inclusion, identity and cultural differences between Autistic and non-autistic people. Jeanette usually interviews guests who are doing good work in the autism community and showcases people doing things to promote neurodiversity and pride for autistic adults and kids. There are a lot of amazing people in the world.