Major Matina Jewell (retired) grew up in the hinterland of Byron Bay and joined the Army at age 17.
During her 15-year military career she:
• Earned eight war medals,
• Completed the physically demanding Navy divers course,
• Served with American Navy Seals,
• Tracked militia leaders in the Solomons,
• Boarded smuggler ships in the Arabian Gulf and,
• Was posted as a peacekeeper with the United Nations in Syria and Lebanon.
Medically retired, Matina served on the Prime Ministerial Advisory Council and continues to champion change for injured war veterans.
Among many honorary roles, Matina is a founding Ambassador for ‘Project Thankful‘, a movement partnered with the United Nations to help empower women and children globally.
Matina has been featured on the ABC’s Australian Story, is a best-selling author and her life story is currently being made into a feature film.
Matina’s lessons of resilience and leadership have transformed some of the biggest companies and her message of courage continues to empower leaders from all walks of life. Her story has audiences on their feet time and time again.
With enthralling footage, stories of hardship and valuable learning from her many life-threatening missions, Matina will take you on a journey that will affect long lasting positive change in your leaders, teams and organizations for years to come.
For more information and to contact Matina…
Matina at #PSAConvention18
The Road to CSP
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