Finally, the entire team together for photo. David, Gina, Bec, Papa A & Michelle. (thanks Betty for the pic)
While we aim to make you laugh with our hilarious banter each week, we couldn’t do it without our wonderful guests sharing their time & story.
Huge thanks to all the guests that have given their time and joined us over the last few weeks: Sally Nicholes, Dr Cathy Boland,
Ro Allen, Jac Tomlins , Rodney Chiang-Cruise, Roz Ward, Fiona Newton, Aaron Hockley, Georgia Weymouth-Large, Dr Anne Poliness, Jo Hirst, Callum, Rafi & Maude with mums Sarah and Felicity, Kym Phillips and the wonderful Ann Dahl (Bec’s Mum).
And we have more fabulous guests coming up in the next few weeks.
If you missed a show, you can always catch up with our podcasts
http://joy.org.au/familymatters JOY 94.9
And if you have a story to share or something you would like us to cover, please feel free to get in touch with us.
Love Family Matters team
Family Matters on JOY 94.9
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Michelle's powerful combination of self and community shines through the platform of radio which has helped raised the public profile and national dialogue of transgender, gender diverse and intersex issues on a national scale.
Surprisingly nothing is off limits with Michelle who connects with her audience brilliantly; obviously through her humor and unapologetic blunt honesty.
She is often labelled as an inspiring advocate and role model for youth and adults alike and hers is a powerful story to tell.
We know that when a woman has the support of her community, especially her sisters, she is unstoppable. Michelle’s wider support from the women around her, LGBTI+ or ally alike, has helped develop her own unstoppable resilience and body positive confidence that she inspires others with.
Now a sought-after public speaker Michelle is admired for her bold public representation of the Transgender community as works to break through the barriers of unconscious bias, cultural and structural issues to ensure equality of opportunity for all Australian work spaces.
Winner of the ANZ Excellence in Business Award, ‘LGBTI Jobs’ a relatively new project, they pair LGBTI graduates and jobseekers to companies that embrace inclusion initiatives. “We’ve started a business that helps anybody who’s in the LGBTI Community. We go to companies and see what they are you doing. This isn’t just for me, this is for the entire community and we are going to make a massive change.”
Michelle was recently celebrated alongside some truly amazing individuals from our community as part of the ‘The LOTL Power List 2016’ as someone who does everything in their power to make life that little bit better for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex communities: sometimes with blood, sweat and tears; and sometimes just by being themselves.
Michelle is also a finalist for ‘MTV – LGBTI Broadcaster and Presenter’ in the Australian LGBTI Awards 2017.
Globe Awards 2016 - ANZ Excellence in Business Award
The LOTL Power List 2016 (28/40)
Finalist for ‘MTV – LGBTI Broadcaster and Presenter’ in the Australian LGBTI Awards 2017
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