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Tina
Altieri

MC, TV presenter and public speaking trainer.

Profile

Tina Altieri is one of Western Australia’s most sought after MCs and professional speakers. A dynamic and engaging communicator who has earned great respect through her 25 years in the Australasian broadcast TV news business. As a television presenter, Tina has developed an exclusive result-oriented communications program - Presenting Yourself Powerfully - for leaders seeking the skills, strategies and confidence for powerful presentation skills and communication.

Critical to her success as a public speaking trainer is Tina’s ability to dramatically enhance performance through a series of practical techniques. She conveys a thorough understanding of the process of precision communication and demonstrates how the ability to sell yourself and your ideas can be the difference between failure and success.

Current work

Tina is also an informed and engaging speaker who relishes the role of Master of Ceremonies and facilitator/ moderator for professional and corporate events.

Tina is a sought after professional speaker and facilitator, and voted “Top 10 Most Influential Speakers” in 2013 and is a regular guest speaker at international conferences and trains extensively throughout Australia and Southeast Asia.

Tina is a Professional member of Asia Professional Speakers Singapore (APSS).

Tina is also relishes her role as ambassador for the Channel 7 Television Network children’s charity, Telethon.

Previous experience
Over the past several years Tina has provided coaching to an impressive list of senior executives in banking and finance, professional services, hospitality and tourism, education and training, construction, media and politics.

She commenced her career in the media as a radio reporter, shortly after joining the Channel Ten Eyewitness News team and, in doing so, became the youngest newsreader in Australia. Tina made her screen debut at age 19. For over two decades she has been in lounge rooms all over Australia and New Zealand in her capacity as a News and Current Affairs anchor woman for the Nine Network and SkyNews Australia. Tina can now been seen on the Channel 7 Network as the summer edition presenter of the award winning public affairs program, Today Tonight.

Tina has also gained a profile in the Southeast Asian region. She has appeared as a guest presenter on Channel NewsAsia’s current affairs program “In Asia Tonight” - which is beamed throughout South East Asia. For 8 years Tina was a foreign correspondent for MediaCorp News in Singapore and her reports and special assignments were watched by audiences throughout the region.

Tina’s list of MC highlights are: Nobel Peace Award Winners Ceremony, Australian Industry and Export Awards, BHP Billiton Global Awards, Western Australian Fashion Week Gala launch, AustCham Australia Day Ball (Singapore), Australian Entrepreneur of the Year, Telstra Business Woman of the Year, WA Citizen of the Year Award and the Ronald McDonald Charity Ball.

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Quite simply, Tina is one of the best speakers we’ve ever worked with at the ICCA Congress. In fact, “speaker” is entirely the wrong description: Tina is an expert meetings content and format designer, delegate psychologist, creative thinker, and communication genius. At each event where we’ve collaborated, she has designed and delivered some of the most highly-rated sessions, winning over our toughest audiences in the process. Not only will we be regularly working with Tina in the future, I have not the slightest hesitation in recommending her to any other organisation that is looking for high-level leadership and communication consultancy, training, Board facilitation, or conference input, all of which will be delivered with a constant smile and the utmost professionalism. ICCA (International Congress and Convention Association)
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