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Get to know Anne-Maree McInerney (formerly Huxley) through media interviews, newsletters, podcasts and videos...

pixelAnne-Maree has been a sustainability thought leader for more than a decade, so it's no wonder she's delivered keynote addresses for a wide range of organisations and industries from Horticulturists to Humanitarians, Lawyers, Printers, Hotel Owners and Operators to Hair Dressers and Spa Operators, to Accountants, Academics, Engineers - even Economic Development Officers.

Some of the organisations include: KPMG and the Victorian Centre for Advanced Manufacturing, CPA Australia, The Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply, Horticulture NZ, Tourism Australia, Townsville Enterprise, Sunbury Community Health, Brightest Young Minds, Australian Institute of Management, Management Association of the Philippines, League of
Corporate Foundations (Philippines), Spa Association (Thailand), Public Relations Institute of Australia, Green Growth Leaders (Copenhagen), World Climate Summit (Copenhagen and Cancun), Hanson, Deakin University and Australian Campuses for Sustainability to mention but a few.

Here's a sample of programs she has developed and delivered:

Blue and Circular Economy workshops
How to Communicate Sustainability
The International Green Awards Sustainability Summit Series
Innovating for Green Growth
Sustainability Challenge in Schools
2009 Sustainability Series
Australia's Inaugural CSR Summit

To learn what clients and or workshop participants say about Anne-Maree as a speaker, facilitator and trainer  download the testimonials page.

Here's a cross section of media interviews and presentations to get to know more about Anne-Maree.

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Get to know how Anne-Maree as she addresses Sustainability Drinks in Melbourne with a snap shot of her life story and how she got into sustainability, along with an address to the South East Business Network with a more personal presentation of her life called "Living the Dream". 

Anne-Maree Huxley speaks at Australian Campuses towards Sustainability (ACTS) 14th National Conference in Hobart.

Anne-Maree Huxley talks to 
NZs COUNTRY 99 TV in the lead up to Hortitude

Discover some of Anne-Maree's thoughts about sustainability as part of the 2007 CSR Summit.

Anne-Maree engages audiences and presents facts, stats and solutions.   Here's a podcast of a workshop held in Perth on Carbon Opportunities and Liabilities.  It's typical of Anne-Maree's engaging style and scope of knowledge. 

Anne-Maree talks to Under the Sun TV and Eastside FM.

Anne-Maree Huxley delivers a Webinar for the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) on 
the trends for 2013 and beyond. 

For more information on engaging Anne-Maree as a speaker, facilitator, advisor or trainer - call +61 3 987 99886 / 0419 798 104 or email amh@moss.org.au

 

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