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Cathy Domoney  – Cathy Domoney SuperAbundant Mentor

Cathy Domoney – Cathy Domoney SuperAbundant Mentor

An expert with over 20 years of experience in teaching, counseling, hypnotherapy, cutting-edge trauma release techniques, and coaching, Cathy specializes in working with high-achievers, including 7-figure entrepreneurs, to dissolve their blocks, triggers, and trauma hindering their true greatness. Her focus on empowering high-performance entrepreneurs and professionals through innovative techniques and technologies underscores her commitment to unlocking their infinite potential, leading them to experience more love, impact, legacy, success, and financial wealth.

Featured on TED-Ed, Fox, NBC, CBS, Montel Williams, and other renowned platforms, Cathy’s expertise is widely recognized for its transformative impact. By embracing cutting-edge techniques for resolving trauma and empowering high-achievers, Cathy aims to inspire leaders to address their issues proactively, ensuring their leadership practices steer clear of negative influences and echo a message of healing, empowerment, and immense success.

Justine Reynolds  – Woodleigh Hills

Justine Reynolds – Woodleigh Hills

Hey, I’m a mother of 5, married to a local Washpool farmer, we reside on our farm Woodleigh Hills situated between Jamestown and Spalding SA.
I originally hail from Orroroo when I grew up with with Mum, Dad, along with my five sisters, who are all more like best friends, we have a very close supportive family , 21 grandchildren between us,
I keep busy with being a mum, farmers wife, community member and an entrepreneur.
I am caring, creative, outgoing, relaxed and inclusive and love living on the farm where I am surrounded by nature, peace and privacy!

Melanie Dancer  – Girl Guides SA

Melanie Dancer – Girl Guides SA

Melanie has worked throughout Australia in a variety of government and corporate industries. She first worked as a specialist investigator with SAPOL within the Paedophile Taskforce and Sex Crimes Investigation Branch.

During the time she served in the force she completed a prestigious state-based scholarship focussing on an outcome that led to the offence of ‘drink spiking’ being included into South Australian criminal legislation. Melanie developed her portfolio of governance experience as a Board member and Chair of YWCA Adelaide focussing on the status of women and women’s policy and program development as well as attending international and national leadership conferences.

Melanie transitioned into careers within community and social services development – including senior roles in aged care, disability and education models for at-risk young people. Melanie has worked with a variety of organisations to implement change management and create commercial service models, as well as leading local and national projects within sport including within an AFL club.

Melanie assists police officers to transition into new careers and is a CEO in the non for profit sector with a focus on leadership for young women.

Rosie Bartlett  – Mindseye Training and Consulting

Rosie Bartlett – Mindseye Training and Consulting

Rosie Bartlett founded Mindseye Training and Consulting in 2015 with a mission to help workplaces support the mental wellbeing of their people.

Principal Master Mental Health First Aid Instructor with over 16 years’ experience training in Mental Health First Aid, suicide prevention, resilience training, and other mental health and drug and alcohol programs. Caring about outcomes and ensuring change within an organisation is sustainable – not just another ‘tick the box’ exercise. She believes if an organisation wants to build a healthy culture and be an employer of choice, they must invest in the mental fitness of their people. Equally important is to provide programs upskilling individuals, teams and managers to confidently handle mental health challenges as they arise.

With a background in health science, training and assessment, Rosie has a demonstrated history of working across Accounting and Professional Services, Acting and Modelling, Active Communities and Mental Health, Building and Construction, Community Services, Defence, Disability, Drug and Alcohol Services, Education (Early Childhood, Schools and Higher Education), Employment Services, Hospitality, Insurance, Local and State Government, Manufacturing, Medical, Mining and Resources, Non-Government Organisations and Peak Bodies, Retail, Small Business, Tertiary institutions, Tech Companies, Unions and Wine.

Dianna Dawson  – Life Without Barriers

Dianna Dawson – Life Without Barriers

As a systems thinker, creator and executive leader of strategy, change, commercial performance, culture, CX and client outcomes across for purpose organisations, Dianna has delivered significant impact across a range of human services sector in the last 20+ years.

Currently, Dianna is the Director of Business Performance, Disability and Mental Health at Life Without Barriers. In this role, Dianna leads the development and delivery of strategic objectives including establishing a Business Performance Hub delivering an end-to-end CX, structural reviews and restructures, business process improvement, financial performance improvements, service quality and commercial outcomes in an ever-changing business and service delivery environment.

Dianna leads her team to maintain sustainable business operations across the service stream, including business strategy, revenue generation, expense management and cash flow. This work ensures that Life Without Barriers is in a strong position to continue providing essential support services into the future.

Dianna is passionate about combining the heart of not-for-profit with the mind of a commercial business to deliver for purpose, leaving the world a better place.