I’ve always seen the corporate and the creative as supporting one another. My experience in facilitating and holding space for large groups of people is diverse. Whether MC’ing or hosting an event, facilitating a group, guiding hundreds of yogis through sun salutations, or delivering a talk – I love to entertain, educate and inspire.
The feeling of connection, bringing people together – guests with their hosts or sponsors, leaders and teams, and building strong tribes is what excites me most.
Some of my favourites?
Connecting with amazing sponsors in the parenting segment and showering new mamas with incredible prizes as host of the Babyology Baby Shower high tea events.
Hosting the launch of Birde, the world’s first interactive multimedia player for early childhood with audiobooks, music and video for growing minds.
Seeing the joy in kids faces at ABC’s Play School Live Concerts, as we educate and inspire through creative play.
Creating digital content for kids for world leader AccorHotels Group.
Speaking on Kinderling Kids Radio about yoga and parenting.
Delivering the Theo Barker Memorial Trust Annual Lecture – exploring how we can use history to inform fiction and modern storytelling.
Key speaker at the Australian Nanny Convention 2016.
"Rachael has been the MC of our High Tea events for the past year and is a delight to work with. She is warm and engaging with our audience and keeps the proceedings running at a perfect pace. I have also been really impressed with the way she interacts with our sponsors to deliver on the commercial objectives of the event. Rachael is so flexible and easy to work work with, it feels like she is part of the Babyology team. We have just booked her to act as our MC again for next years events and looking forward to working with her again." – Denise Catt, Babyology
"Rachael is an engaging speaker and knows how to win over an audience in just a few minutes. From the moment she stepped on stage, she was making jokes and telling relatable tales that the audience loved. None of us could get enough of this dynamo. If you want to have a diverse, funny and relatable keynote speaker I suggest you book her early so you don't miss out." Annemarie Sansom, President, Australian Nanny Association and Director of Night Nannies Australia