Dannielle Miller is coming to the College on Tuesday, 29 October at 7:00pm, presenting on Gratitude – A Positive Approach to Raising Thankful Kids.
Dannielle Miller is the co-founder and CEO of Enlighten Education, Australia’s leading provider of in-school workshops for girls. Enlighten conducts workshops with more than 20,000 girls each year in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia. She is also the founder of Goodfellas, whose presenters deliver empowering workshops to boys.
Dannielle is also the author of five books including the best-selling The Butterfly Effect: A Positive New Approach to Raising Happy, Confident Teen Girls. She regularly writes for leading Australian print and online publications. She has a bi-weekly Opinion column in the Saturday edition of the Daily Telegraph, and writes features for Stellar magazine.
Dannielle has been named the NSW/ACT Small Business Champion Entrepreneur and received an Australian Leadership Award. In 2018 she was one of four Finalists for the NSW Premier’s Award for Woman of the Year, and the winner of the Suicide Prevention Australia Life Award for excellence in media reporting.
In 2019, she was also appointed National Education Officer for Women’s Community Shelters and has rolled out a ground-breaking education campaign, Walk The Talk, which aims at combatting domestic violence at a grass-roots level.
This event is a must for both parents and educators, and anyone else who gets to live with or work with young people.
Tickets are available for purchase by clicking here. Space is limited so be sure to get in quick.
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