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Recent and Past Presentations

Lindy Hou is an active motivational speaker. She has presented in a variety of venues. Below is a list of her recent and memorable work:

11/05/2018 Telopea Park High School - Year 10, Sense of Purpose
09/03/2018 Media interview by Mr Ben Young
09/03/2018 Tack Ching Girls Secondary School, Hong Kong, China
08/03/2018 Ebenezer School and Home for the Visually Impaired, Hong Kong, China
08/03/2018 Radio interview with Karen Koh on RTHK, Hong Kong, China
07/03/2018 Australian Alumni Speaker series, Australian Consulate General, Hong Kong, China
06/03/2018 International Women's Day reception, Ritz Carlton, Guangzhou, China
05/03/2018 Talk to volunteers and staff at Australian Consulate-General, Guangzhou, China
05/03/2018 Guangzhou Blind School Students, Guangzhou, China

07/07/2017 Melba Shed
18/05/2017 Telopea Park High School- Year 10. Sense of Purpose.
10/05/2017 Canberra High School- Year 10. Goal setting to achieve.
26/01/2017 Australia Day Ambassador for Cabonne Council.


05/12/2016 Our Lady of Dolours Catholic Primary School- Primnary School.
19/09/2016 Ngunnawal Primary School- Year 2.
02/09/2016 Kaleen Primary School- Year 3 to 6.
10/08/2016 Canberra University OT Department. How Adaptive Technology enable people with disability to live a fullfilling life.
12/08/2016 Bonna Primary School- Year 3.
04/08/2016 Hawker College- Key Note Speaker.
26/01/2016 Australia Day Ambassador for the Snowy River Shire Council- Gave the Australia Day address at Jindabyne and Adaminaby.

04/11/2015 Woden Rotary Club. The winning formula.
30/10/2015 St John Ambulance Australia Trivia Fundraising Evening after Dinner speaker
11/08/2015 Canberra University OT Department.
04/08/2015 Rotary Clubs after Dinner speaker – Woden and Canberra City
31/07/2015 Telopea- Year 9 and 10. The Winning Principle.
10/06/2015 Bindobera- Year 12. The Winnig Principle.
18/03/2015 Canberra Christian School- Primary students.
26/01/2015 Australia Day Ambassador at Trangie.
Presentation to staff at Questercon – assist Enable Development’s workshop inclusion of all abilities

10/10/2014 Transport Victoria

12/2013 ABC Radio Hear It Now story telling night.
10/2013 Hartley Challenge- Key Note speech to launch.

12/2012 Human Services- Key Note for Middle Management.
10/2012 Mater Hospital Brisbane- Operating theatre Middle Management Leadership Workshop.
08/2012 Splastic.
02/2012 Ambassador for City of Sydney Chinese New Year Festival.

02/2011 Ambassador for City of Sydney Chinese New Year Festival.

12/2010 Belconnen Community Centre. Language Art Exhibition.
05/2010 Females in Training Club- Running Camp. Mental Preparation for Sport.
01/2010 Prudential Malaysia National Conference. 5000 Attendees.


Prudential Malaysia Insurance Company’s National Conference in Kulalumpa 2010- Key Note Speaker

It was attended by 5,400 insurance agents and staff. Her 90 minutes presentation received a standing ovation. When she described her Gold Medal Winning ride in Athen, her audience was so taken into the moment and cheered and scremed them to the finish line! She relived that moment fully with the support of her audience.

Feedback from Charlie Oropeza the CEO of the company. "It was very inspiring to hear how you managed to rise above the challenges that you faced. This could have been a "heavy" presentation. Your humorous and down to earth delivery was very effective. We will keep you in mind for future engagements and share your information with our colleagues around the region"

Prudential Asia Regional Health & Protection Sales Convention 2009- Key Note Speaker

It was attended by the Top Sales Advisers & Managers from 11 countries. They are China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. These top sales advisors looked after over 200,000 agents in the Asia region. It was the first time that Lindy presented with the help of simultaneous interpreters. She “walked the talk” by joining a group of attendees to negotiate hundreds of steps of the World famous Angkor Wat Temples assisted by her trustie white cane. She shown that language and disability are no barrier to success. The comment from one of the interpreters was that, “You were fantastic and rated among one of the top speakers with whom I have worked over many years.”