Jeanne-Claude Strong has been described as a woman with her head in the clouds and her feet on the ground. A qualified medical practitioner with a post-graduate diploma in applied finance and investment and a Bachelor of Arts in Literature and Philosophy, she is a rational thinker who believes in striking a balance between work and play so that neither gets out of hand.
She established and ran three medical clinics in Melbourne and Sydney, focusing on occupational, sports and preventative medicine and stressing the importance of lifestyle management.
She is a member of the advisory Board of Bluearth, a not for profit organisation which promotes greater physical activity to reduce the incidence of disease and increase well-being.
She is a pilot with a command multi engine instrument rating and has flown her own plane from California to Australia (via Europe, the Middle East and south-east Asia).
Her idea of leisure might sound like work for the rest of us, but inspired by a presentation given by mountaineer Peter Hillary, Jeanne-Claude and her husband James joined Peter in climbing the highest mountain in Antarctica - Mt Vinson –and subsequently climbed the highest mountain in Indonesia - Puncak Jaya – led by Peter Hillary and Greg Mortimer, then learnt to ride motorcycles after meeting Mick Doohan, 5 times World Motorcycle champion. She was part of a crew of 3 who won the Yngling Yacht World Championship in 2004.
Jeanne-Claude Strong illustrates that a successful life must be balanced, and the success of her full professional and personal life is testimony to her principles.
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