“It’s not often that one leaves an event feeling so uplifted, and it’s all down to your selection of speaker. Libby was incredibly genuine (I was delighted at how willing she was to talk so vulnerably about her life). I’ve received feedback from attendees who expressed how impactful the event was for them – a sure sign of success, particularly given the topic of mental health.”
Executive Director, Human Resources – Department of Education.
“As a professional Speakers Bureau, Great Expectation Speakers and Trainers has worked with Libby for several years in the capacity of engaging her to speak at client events, as well as contracting her for Queensland Government as Qld Mental Health Ambassador focusing on the importance of Mental Health in the workplace.
Libby has been so proficient through all of her work in developing presentations to suit these roles and presenting these with the utmost professionalism and admiration from all clients where she has spoken. Libby is a very genuine person, and we respect and value our relationship of working so closely with her and look forward to continuing this well into the future.”
Managing Director, Great Expectation Speakers and Trainers
“Since joining Starlight in the role of Ambassador in 2014, Libby’s passion for brightening the lives of sick kids, coupled with her unending generosity and energy has been wonderful to observe..
From visiting sick kids in the Starlight Express Rooms in the children’s hospitals; being an MC “extraordinaire” at our Starlight Five Chef’s Dinners to using her own social media channels and contacts to help Starlight raise much needed funds, Libby is an amazing Ambassador and advocate for Starlight. In 2019, Libby has already supported the Starlight Super Swim Challenge and will again MC the Starlight Five Chefs Dinner.
Libby’s focus is always the seriously ill children and families Starlight supports. When she is with a sick child they always have her undivided attention. Through her efforts she is a compassionate and inspirational role model to the whole community.”