Guest speakers

Are you interested in having an inspiring guest speaker talk at your function, community or business group? Animals Australia may be able to assist.

Lyn White is an extraordinary individual and compelling speaker. She takes her audience on an incredible journey, moving them to tears and inspiring them to lead, like her, a life of significance.Sheree Selleck RSPCA SA President
Lyn White is a true professional. Her presentation is inspirational and challenging. She changed my thinking and I believe as many people as possible need to hear this incredible story and message.Katrina Webb OAM, AIM SA Business Ambassador

As a South Australian police officer for 20 years, Lyn White spent much of her time fighting for justice for human victims.

A single photograph changed her life and focus forever. A decade later, as Communications Director for national animal protection organisation Animals Australia, she is one of Australia's premier animal advocates, lobbyists and animal cruelty investigators. Lyn's work has featured on 60 Minutes, 7.30 Report, Australian Story, A Current Affair and in The Bulletin magazine. Her investigations resulted in the first ever government suspension of the live export trade on welfare grounds, a national exposé of factory farming and unprecedented welfare advancements in Jordan where she acts as an adviser to the Princess Alia Foundation.

Lyn's life experiences across three continents have been unique, and provide an insight into the systems of justice in place for humans and animals. She presents a compelling argument that the causes of human and animal suffering are the same — and that one cannot address one without addressing the essence of both.

If you would like to assist in organising a speaking engagement to have Lyn White share this inspiring and thought-provoking message, please leave us a message.


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