Tina’s strength lies in creating innovative, interactive and theatrical concepts for conference openings (kick-offs) and breakout sessions. She has developed some of the most memorable conference opening moments for thousands of international delegates. Tina’s had enthusiastic crowds of 1,500 people singing at the top of their lungs to ABBA and Ed Sheeran for her customised Conference Opener “Your Voice – The Espresso Shot for Learning.” Over the past two years, the internationally renowned ICCA Congress has trusted Tina to design powerhouse concepts for their iconic “Monday Morning Wake Up Call.” Think swan-song duets among strangers, meeting under gigantic parachutes and gameshow gaiety that transforms a room full of international delegates into an energetic TV studio audience. Audiences have also raved about Tina’s teambuilding event at conferences “A Day at the Oscars!”
Always innovative and creative in her approach to connect with a crowd (large or small) Tina knows how to get an audience to actively listen, absorb key messages and engage every step of the way.
Tina’s list of MC highlights are: Nobel Peace Award Winners Ceremony, ICCA Congress 2010- 2019, West Australain of the Year Awards, Pinnacle Awards for Business, BHP Billiton Global Awards, Australian Medical Association Awards Ceremony, Australian Industry and Export Awards, Australian Entrepreneur of the Year, Telstra Business Woman of the Year, WA Citizen of the Year Award, Western Australian Fashion Week Gala launch and the Ronald McDonald Charity Ball.
In 2013, she was voted as “Top 10 Most Influential Speakers” by Singapore Business Review. She is also an ambassador for the Channel 7 Television Network children’s charity, Telethon.
Tina commenced her career in the media as a radio reporter, then joined the Channel Ten Eyewitness News team and, in doing so, became the youngest TV newsreader in Australia. Tina made her screen debut at age 19. For 11 years she was a weeknight, main news presenter for the Nine Network. And over a period of 3 decades she has been in lounge rooms all over Australia and New Zealand.Tina can now been seen on the Channel 7 Network.
Internationally, Tina has appeared as a guest presenter on Channel NewsAsia’s current affairs program “In Asia Tonight” and, for many years, was a foreign correspondent for MediaCorp News.
Based in Perth, Western Australia, Tina also enjoys training leaders throughout Australia and Southeast Asia to present themselves more powerfully. Her bespoke communication programs and Mastering the Media workshops are challenging corporate leader in their quest to influence and empower others.