Dinners that make a difference
The world is full of people making amazing contributions without recognition. MAD allows some of their stories to be heard.
What motivates people to make a difference? What inspires us to challenge injustice? How can we contribute?
MAD is a not for profit, voluntary organisation who seeks to give voice to those in our community who have chosen to support, change, inspire, challenge and make things happen to make our world a better place. Even the smallest action can make a difference.
We invite you to be part of our community- Join us for a feast for the mind, the taste buds and an opportunity to connect with Inspiration, Courage, Innovation.
Thank you for your contribution
MAD Speakers 2008 – 2016
Cindy Angel Education Manager, Board member World Youth International and This Life Cambodia
Amberley Laverick Education Services Coordinator Butterfly Foundation; The 20 Project
Margaret Hepworth– The Ghandi Experiment – Education Today, Society Tomorrow
Alexander Wilkinson – J.R.Lugg Foundation
Dr Elisabeth Tudball – Associate Professor education and Director of Undergraduate programs. Monash campus South Africa
Jane Stephens – Physiotherapist Kooyong Physiotherapy
“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”
Next MAD Dinner
Monday 29 August 2016
6 – 9.30 pm
29 Chapel St, Windsor
The Power of Authenticity
Rob Moorman, is the creative director of Hunting With Pixels a strategic storytelling agency that helps businesses build the connection and credibility to grow.
He’s passionate about finding out what makes people tick, and communicating this with online video that make people click.
Robert likes to get on his soap box about building the courage and culture to support more authentic communication.
Melinda Spry is the Founder of MAD dinners and the Director of Transitions Coaching. What drives both enterprises is her passion to make a difference in peoples lives.
Eight years and 25 wonderful people have shared their stories about making a difference. Now it is time for Melinda to stand up and share her story on why life is too short not to be truly you.