Rochelle Courtenay started a charity which ignited a global movement fuelled by passion, necessity, and dogged determination.
Eight years on, Rochelle now candidly reveals the triumphs and challenges which have shaped Share the Dignity and encourages individuals and organisations to lead change and be the change they want to see in this world.
Express your interest in having Rochelle Courtenay speak at your event for a motivational and engaging discussion.
Rochelle is an impactful speaker who can share:
The story of Share the Dignity
Starting a charity
Being a woman in business
Bringing volunteers along for the journey
How to network with changemakers, Government leaders and bring like-minded people together
- And so many other stories, challenges and triumphs!
Register your Interest
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Praise for Rochelle
"In both Darwin and Melbourne, Rochelle has ‘wowed’ the audiences attending the No Woman Left Behind Conference. Her ability to use humour, heart and incorporate real and raw stories about women in our country that need our help, is awe inspiring. Her presentation is so moving and her call to action strong. I can’t imagine there being a person in the room that isn’t motivated to go and make up a bag for Share the Dignity or support in some way. Rochelle encourages each of us to take action and support women of Australian who need it the most."
No Woman Left Behind Conference 2022
"Rochelle is one of the most engaging and personable speakers we’ve had the pleasure of working with. Her story and experience greatly resonated with our audience, who are all volunteers themselves. The feedback was outstanding, and we absolutely wouldn’t hesitate to ask her back again."
P& Cs Qld Conference 2022
"We LOVED having Rochelle speak to Aussie Broadband for International Women’s Day. Rochelle was both inspiring and insightful, leaving our staff with real and tangible actions for us to take away and contribute to ending period poverty. I had so many people comment on how much they learned and how motivated they were to get more actively involved in discussions around menstruation in the workplace. Thanks so much Rochelle!"