The Speakers’ Hub has a range of volunteer speakers available to attend community and corporate events to help raise awareness about melanoma.
Rachel wants to
Quoting Ferris Bueller, Bettina believes “life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and take a breath every once in a while, you might just miss it!”
Vivian never imagined her husband, Leon’s routine skin cancer check would lead to melanoma diagnosis. She wants to use Leon's story as a platform to promote the importance of early detection for all.
Through sharing her impactful story about surviving Stage IV melanoma, Anne is on a mission to change the way Australians behave in the sun.
Joanne and her trusty companion Frankie spend their days spreading a message of hope in hospitals, nursing homes, even prisons. It is a long way from her darkest hour facing palliative care.
At the age of 24 Renee was a new mum, and a cancer patient. Now, as a Stage III melanoma survivor, Renee is dedicated to raising awareness about melanoma prevention and early detection.
Julie Randall has an inspirational story to tell. Having faced a 0% survival rate, she understands the importance of tenacity, positivity and hope in everyday life.
Keith had a long and tragic family history of melanoma and then it got to him too. Thanks to a clinical trial, Keith was able to beat it and is dedicated to raising awareness of detection and prevention.
Annette St Clair’s daughter Amie lost her battle with melanoma when she was just 23. In Amie’s honour, Annette is now dedicated to educating people in the Riverina about melanoma and supporting those impacted.