Heather J MacKenzie in Australia

Heather J MacKenzie in Australia

Internationally acclaimed speaker, diversity champion and entrepreneur enabler, Heather J MacKenzie, is back in Australia speaking at sell-out events about her experience with impact-driven organisations, startups and entrepreneurs in developing growth strategies, finding true purpose and increasing market presence. Heather’s story of personal resilience, anti-bullying and overcoming adversity is inspirational and resonates with founders and business leaders alike.

Heather is keen to speak to South Australia-based organisations who might like to hold workshops, strategy sessions or feature a keynote on a variety of topics including growth strategies, professional/personal relationships, inclusive cultures and founder mental health. Interested groups should contact Heather’s manager, Johanna Voss, by email on

More about Heather

Based in Denver, Colorado, Heather is an internationally acclaimed speaker who presents compelling keynotes and workshops on a variety of topics, including how healing childhood trauma improves professional and personal relationships, why funding females is good for everyone, how to build inclusive cultures, and the importance of tending to founder mental health.

In addition to her speaking, Heather is a consultant with 25+ years of experience as a former healthcare executive who helps high-growth, impact-driven organisations, startups and entrepreneurs develop growth strategies, find their true purpose, increase market presence and build key partnerships. With leadership experience in strategy, sales, relationship development, management and marketing at companies ranging from pre-revenue startups to industry giants such as General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble and Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), Heather brings fresh perspectives to her clients’ biggest challenges.

Check out Heather’s website for more details.

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