• 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM

*For support group leads, Board members, employees *

Michelle Berriman


In this session Michelle will discuss the need for organisations to focus on their core purpose in order to survive and thrive in a post-covid world. The need for organisations to be united in their shared vision to deliver outcomes that will improve the lives for everyone living with a rare disorder. Michelle will discuss IMPACT, importance of informed leadership, purpose, collaboration, what organisations should be doing post covid and introduce the simple elements of effective storytelling that can lead to success relationship fundraising and long-term sustainability. 


Working internationally for over 25 years, from grass roots cold face youth worker through to CEO of a National Peak body, Michelle has established a unique identity as a doer, connector, thinker and leader. Michelle does not shy away from her unapologetically raw, authentic, and real approach to just getting shit done and loves nothing more than meeting new people that share her values. 

Michelle is motivated by her own personal lived experiences of childhood adversity, experience of being in state care system, teenage suicide survivor, followed by the hard and gritty reality of being a fully independent adult at only 16 years of age. 

Michelle journey left her with unwavering determination to succeed, despite the challenges her tenacity and resilience, coupled with a resolution that everyone should be given opportunities to be the very best version of themselves. Michelle’s natural ability to forge long lasting and meaningful relationships has delivered positive results for the many organisations she has worked for.

Event details:

Date: 28 March 2023

Time: 12.30pm - 1.30pm

Location: online webinar

You can register for the webinar here.

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