Sally Browne has had a fascinating and diverse life… her teenage years were spent playing the washboard with the Red Onion Jazz Band. In her late teens, she learned to sew in a factory, and from these humble beginnings, in the early 70’s, she became a fashion designer, built a multimillion dollar business and won a myriad of awards for excellence in fashion design and for outstanding business leadership.
Sally's presentations have been hailed as energetic, enthusiastic and entertaining, filled with earthy humour, personal experiences and pertinent anecdotes. From building a multi-million dollar fashion empire, winning a myriad of awards for excellence in design and business leadership, to working in Finland developing the first heart rate stress monitor and the twist in her journey to living an adventurous, meaningful life, this is a fascinating, funny, uplifting and motivating story.
Currently Sally is researching the applications of 3D Printing to the fashion industry.
Sally has had broad and diverse experience in marketing, management, team building and mentoring. She inspires her audiences to live and work to their full potential and encourages them to embrace challenge and to be victors of change, not victims of change.
Sally is a proud Australia Day Ambassador and serves on a number of committees and boards, she is also involved with philanthropic activities through her charitable foundation. Over a decade ago she started a group for young women who had lost their mothers, sweetly known as ‘Girls without Mummies’. This has evolved into Motherless Daughters Australia that has a strong following on social media and organizes gatherings for these young women to come together.
Sally believes in living life to its full potential. Her tag is “take care, take risks, have fun!”
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