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Hunter
Johnson

CEO at The Man Cave & STUFF™

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Hunter Johnson is the Founder & CEO of two purpose-driven organisations.

Hunter leads The Man Cave, an emotional intelligence charity that has impacted the lives of 20,000 young men across Australia.

Current Work:

Hunter is also the CEO of STUFF™, a men's personal care brand that champions healthy masculinity. He also works as an Advisor to The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust (QCT), a charity supporting young people throughout the Commonwealth alongside Prince Harry, the President of QCT.

Hunter's work has led him to speak around the world including presenting at the United Nations, Government House, Human Rights Commission, Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Town Hall, Graduation Ceremonies and various Universities. Hunter has been recognised as a Finalist for the 2020 Young Australian of the Year Awards (VIC), listed as one of Harper's Bazaar's "Visionary Men of 2019", named a 2018 Queen's Young Leader by Her Majesty The Queen, and 2018 Winner of the EY Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award (Southern Region).

Previous Experience:

Hunter has worked at FYA, co-managing Young Social Pioneers; Australia's leading incubator program for the country's top social entrepreneurs; and as Advisor to the Nexus Australia Youth Summit, a global movement of philanthropists, impact investors and social entrepreneurs collaborating to fast-track social change.

Expertise
Talking Points

Supporting men through a new era of masculinity

Inside The Man Cave

The precarious path from boy to man.

Courage over Comfort

Why vulnerability is our greatest strength

Brands influencing Culture

The future of business has purpose

Doing good and doing well in the new economy.
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A highly gifted facilitator, Hunter’s engaging approach meant that he connected with a genuinely diverse audience. Hunter was able to quickly create and build a culture of trust which enabled leaders present to re ect on their own leadership and how to build teams St Peter’s College, Adelaide

Hunter was an invaluable contribution to our conference. His ability to diffuse energy and enthusiasm to the audience within minutes of taking the stage was remarkable and reflected their passion to make a sustainable change in young men’s perceptions of masculinity.

Mental Health in Schools Conference

Hunter’s passionate commitment to advancing the conversation around modern masculinity is forging critical new paths for men, and as a result women, worldwide.

World Economic Forum
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