Rachelle Panitz: Breast cancer & The So Brave Project

Rachelle Panitz was diagnosed with breast cancer as a young mother. To complicate matters further, she had to fight to have her initial suspicions taken seriously, eventually leading to a confirmation and diagnosis.
 

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Brooke Murray: Dancing her way to the top

Brooke Murray is warm, effervescent and genuine in person... everything you'd expect from a cheerleader.

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Kendra Black: First the Big Apple then the world

Kendra Black's passion for the performing arts has taken her all over the world, beginning with ballet and now in the recording artist genre.

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Amelia Conway: Undefinable

Amelia Conway is Wonder Woman... seriously!

She's a graphic designer by day, and then EVERYTHING else by night: psychology student, model, pageant competitor, dancer... and she GAMES and STREAMS!

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Kate Johnson: Proving you can have it all

There was one very good reason why I wanted this interview with Kate Johnson to be our launch interview: I believe she's an amazing example of a woman who has it all.

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Olivia Raffaele: Teacher. Footballer. Humanitarian.

Olivia Raffaele is a woman of action with a heart of gold. She’s a Special Ed Teacher, has represented and captained Brisbane for soccer/football and is now preparing for the National Finals of Miss Global/Intercontinental Australia 2017.

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Sophie Grosser: Style. Substance. Survivor.

There are many types of pageant girls. Some enter for the glitz, glamour and fame. Then there are others who enter for much more personal reasons such as Sophie Grosser.

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Jeannette Ceja: Travel-preneur on top of the world

Jeannette Ceja is the queen of the one-way ticket!

Kirby Bridges interviews the travel-preneur and travel reporter on how she caught the travel bug, how she turned it into a career as well as why every woman should travel alone at least once in her life!

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Monte Mader: Skydiving her way to success

You won’t miss Monte Mader when she walks in the room. She’s tall, confident and projects a fierce yet friendly energy around her.

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Esmay Luck: Holding on from London to LA

Esmay Luck left a stable desk job in her native London to pursue a career as a recording artist in LA together with her brother Max in the acoustic duo ‘The Luck’. She also had to overcome a paralysing fear of performing in public and is someone who’s seemed to both grow and find herself through doing her passion: creating and recording music.

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Alicia Van Schoonhoven: The quest for Miss Galaxy Australia 2017

Alicia Van Schoonhoven is living proof that beauty is more than skin deep: she works, she volunteers, she studies… and all that on TOP of her modelling and pageantry.

In the seven months since we last spoke to Alicia, it’s fair to say she’s endured a lot and come out stronger on the other side, leading her to create Happiness Connect (her mental health start-up).

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Sara McDonald: The sounds of NYChill

There’s inauthentic, there’s authentic and then there’s Sara McDonald.

Sara McDonald is the leader of a 22-piece orchestra named ‘The NYChillharmonic’ (pun intended) which has been touring all around NYC with its unique sound (jazz-inspired, but not really jazz). And whilst I have huge respect for everything that she’s achieved (and will achieve) as a musician, what strikes me most about Sara is how directly she speaks her mind.

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