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Australian wheelchair racer Kurt Fearnley AO, is one of Australia's most well known and respected athletes.
Winner of some of the worlds most prestigious marathons, in London, Paris, Rome, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York. The latter two, 5 times. Kurt won the Paralympic men's wheelchair marathon in Athens in 2004 and retained his title in Beijing in 2008. Off the racing circuit Kurt has been a winning crew member of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, taking line honours in 2011 on board the yacht Loyal. However he is most well known for his amazing feat of crawling the 96km Kokoda track.


The man who found a unique way to represent his country

As a young kid, Mick Colliss always wanted to represent Australia. After 42 years of trying, he finally achieved his dream. Just not in the way you might think.



Mental Health & Wellbeing Expert

Dr Marny Lishman is a Health & Community Psychologist, Mindset Coach, Speaker and Author. She has a vast amount of experience working in a variety of roles over the last two decades, from private practice, designing government health prevention programs, teaching as a sessional academic as well as training professionals in cutting edge evidence-based programs across a wide range of industries. Marny is a sought after national mental health & wellbeing expert that provides commentary on a variety of mental health topics on local and national TV, radio and in print and is also the author of ‘Burnout to Brilliant’, ‘A Beautiful Mess’ and a soon to be released new book. 


Amanda Rose is the Founder and CEO of Entrepreneurial & Small Business Women Australia (ESBWA) and Founder of Western Sydney Women. She founded and sold Business Women Media, the first platform of its kind to advocate for women in business. As mentor and advisor to women in executive roles and SMEs, Amanda is known for her strategic, practical approach to leadership and business. As one of the most influential people on LinkedIn, Amanda Rose (#BossLady) has been quoted as an “internet winning blogger” by TIME.com and contributes regularly to ABC’s The Drum and the Daily Telegraph. A passionate keynote speaker, professional development trainer and workshop facilitator, Amanda Rose has worked with the Australian Defence Force, CPA Australia, Law Institute, UTS, UBER, ANZ, Local Government and the Royal Australian Navy in the areas of confident leadership, conflict resolution and relationship building.

WA Branch President, The Pharmacy Guild of Australia

Andrew is an experienced clinician with nearly 30 years of community pharmacy experience in Australia and the United Kingdom. As the owner of Pharmacy 777 Midland since 1999, he has successfully managed and operated multiple pharmacies in metropolitan Perth, including the award-winning Pharmacy 777 Nollamara. Andrew's involvement with the Pharmacy Guild of Australia began in 2008 when he joined the WA Branch Committee, and he currently serves as the WA Branch President and National Councillor. Passionate about advocating for the better utilisation and value of pharmacist training, Andrew is dedicated to the growth and opportunities within the community pharmacy sector.


National President, The Pharmacy Guild of Australia

Professor Trent Twomey was elected as National President of The Pharmacy Guild of Australia in March 2021. Trent has been involved with the Guild for over 10 years and was part of the successful negotiating team for the Sixth and Seventh Community Pharmacy Agreements. He is Secretary of the World Pharmacy Council, immediate Past Chairman and Director of Advance Cairns, a Professor at James Cook University, a Council Member of the Queensland Futures Institute, and a trustee for the Committee for Economic Development of Australia. Trent and his wife are both pharmacists and own a small group of pharmacies in Northern Queensland.




WA Branch Vice President, The Pharmacy Guild of Australia

In addition to being the Guild’s Senior Vice President in WA Natalie is also a National Councillor, member of the Health Economics and Policy Committee and Chair of the Policy and Regulation Sub-Committee. Consequently, she has been at the pointy end of dealing with the Government and the federal Department of Health around 60 day dispensing and the opioid replacement program.



WA Branch Industrial Relations Officer, The Pharmacy Guild of Australia 


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