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  • Emily Unity | Leading culturally diverse teams

    How can a leader approach mental health challenges with team members who may have a different cultural background? Emily shares some great tips in this area

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    Emily Unity is a mental health lived experience professional, software developer, and multidisciplinary creati...

  • Nerissa Trindade | Intersectionality

    Why does intersectionality matter? Nerissa shares the importance of each persons journey. An interesting conversation to have with others

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    Nerissa Trindade is a transformational speaker who has moved audiences globally and a two-time international bestselling auth...

  • Jo Taranto | Only One Earth

    Are you ready to start making a positive change to help improve your impact on the environment?

    Jo Taranto helped encourage our Cuppa community on World Environment Day to understand our reason on why we want to make change!

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    Jo Taranto is an energetic and passionate c...

  • Ken Duncan & Ray Martin | Take time to listen

    Ken Duncan and Ray Martin talk about Walk A Whiles philosophy & how much we can learn from the Aboriginal community if we just sit in the dust and listen to their stories and words. Find out more about Ken & Ray below:

    JUST BY WATCHING THIS VIDEO YOU ARE RAISING MONEY TO HELP WALK A WHILE FO...

  • Alex Saundry | Women in sport

    How far have we come with women's sport when it comes to gender equity? Alex shares her views on the good and still the places to improve. Find out more about Alexandra below:

    Alexandra Saundry is one of the leading figures in womens sport, with her experience as both an AFLW player and a m...

  • Paul Callaghan | Aboriginal LORE

    What is Aboriginal LORE? What an insightful conversation with Indigenous leader Paul Callaghan who helps break down the difference between Aboriginal LORE and the law. We 100% recommend listening to this conversation and learning something new!

    Want to find out more about 'The Dreaming Path'? b...

  • Alfred Chidembo | The importance of education

    Alfred Chidembo shares the importance of giving hope and opportunity to those children in the world that are not as lucky as we are in Australia.

    JUST BY WATCHING THIS VIDEO YOU ARE HELPING ALFRED PROVIDE A FUTURE FOR CHILDREN IN ZIMBABWE

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  • Bronnie Mackintosh | Women firefighters

    Bronnie Mackinstosh shares how she saw an opportunity to be a voice of making the NSW Firefighters more of a diverse workforce to improve performance. We love everything that Bronnie stands for!

    BY WATCHING THIS CLIP YOU ARE HELPING BRONNIE RAISE MONEY FOR HERE CHARITY 'GIRLS ON FIRE'

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  • Lofty Fulton | Dealing with ignorance

    Lofty was born with dwarfism and in this conversation he opens up about the reactions he gets in public and the ignorance of some people!

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    Australian voice-over artist Lofty Fulton knows what it’s like to have the odds stacked against him. Born in the mid-60s wi...

  • Sally Flower | Consuming sustainably

    Do you think about what you buy or how you can live with less? Sally Flower shares how we are all starting to realise what really is enough to live with. Watch this and think about how much you consume!

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    Sally Flower is the first Australian trained by Marie Kondo in the...

  • Simon Shahin | A refugee story

    We loved our catch up with Simon Shahin and his journey to Australia as a refugee!

    Simon Shahin is a former refugee from Syria. Daily casualties stopped him from going to university, and by 2013, staying on was no longer an option. Simon’s aunt had been living in Australia for more than 20 ye...

  • Sam Turner | Gender quota, Is it a good or bad thing?

    Do you think gender quotas should exist? In this honest conversation Cookie and Sam Turner talk about having gender quotas in an organisation!

    Sam Turner is the former Head of Inclusion & Diversity for the Westpac Group, and a much sought after thought leader for her expertise in creating inclu...

  • Milly Tapper | Paralympics and seeing people's ability

    Milly shares her first experience at the Paralympic games in Table Tennis and how you will be amazed at what some athletes are capable of. After watching this you see how all of us have the ability to do the most challenging tasks.

    Melissa “Milly” Tapper makes history. No matter which way you ...

  • Greg Inglis | Biggest life lesson

    Rugby League legend Greg Inglis shares the life lesson he is learning now that his playing career is over. In this conversation Greg opens up about wanting to connect back to his roots and on the land in which he grew up in as a proud indigenous man.

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  • Ian Hamm | The Apology & The Healing Foundation

    Ian shares an emotional reminder on why 'The Apology' was needed as a step forward for healing. You can see in this conversation, even after all these years, just how important & significant that day was for the indigenous community. Find out more about Ian below:

    Ian Hamm is a Yorta Yorta ...

  • Jimmy Halfcut | Water neutral

    We have all heard the term 'Carbon neutral' but have you ever heard about 'Water neutral'? Jimmy halfcut talks about how we should be focused on getting businesses to go 'water positive' impact on the environment. Find out more about Jimmy Halfcut below:

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  • Paige Krystal Wilcox | Transgender

    Paige shares some important points around opening up the dialogue around transgender conversations.

    Also known as P. K. Wilcox, Paige (she/her) is a compassionate author and Intentional Storytelling Consultant. Paige uses the Intentional Storytelling method to create compelling stories that cou...

  • Jane Spring | When should I ask someone with a disability if they need help?

    Have you been unsure on when to ask someone with a disability if they need help? Hear Jane Spring talk about when she would love some help and also times when help is not needed. Find out more about Jane below

    In the 1980s, Jane Spring was an elite sportswoman representing Sydney University ...

  • Matt Levy | Keeping your head above water

    Paralympic Gold Medalist Matt Levy shares what keeps his head above water in life and talks about the book he wrote on the subject to motivate and inspire others!

    Matt Levy OAM was born prematurely at 25 weeks with Cerebral Palsy...he is legally blind. He was thrown into the world and given ...

  • Jo Taranto | Top tips on being environmentally conscious

    Jo provides some important information and incredibly simple tips on being environmentally conscious in the home. Find out more about Jo Taranto below:

    Jo Taranto is an energetic communicator with postgraduate health and environmental qualifications with over 20 years of on-the-ground behav...

  • Joe Williams | Reconciliation

    Joe explains why he doesnt use the word 'reconciliation' and how we have to build a relationship first before we can mend it.

    Joe Williams is a proud Wiradjuri/Wolgalu, First Nations Aboriginal man born in Cowra, raised in Wagga NSW, Australia. Joe played in the National Rugby League for Sou...

  • Fadi Chalouhy | Looking at people's potential

    Fadi shares the importance of looking at a persons potential instead of their limitations. Check out Fadi's story below!

    Fadi X was born to a Lebanese mother and Syrian father, who left shortly after his birth. Lebanese law prevents mothers from registering their children which meant that F...

  • Afdhel Aziz | Finding your purpose

    Global expert Afdhel Aziz talks about what finding your purpose is all about - both personally and professionally.

    Afdhel Aziz is one of the most inspiring leaders in the global movement of business as a force for good. After a 20-year career as a global marketer at Procter & Gamble, Nokia,...

  • Pam Young | The apology

    Auntie Pam explains what 'The Apology' actually meant to her and other survivors of the Stolen Generation. This is a moving moment that we will always remember in Cuppa.

    As a baby, Pamela Young and her two sisters were taken from their mother and sent to live with foster families as part of...