Libbi Gorr has emerged from Australia’s COVID 19 (in Melbourne lockdown none the less) with a drive to help Australia thrive and prosper and most importantly, be inspired and entertained!
Armed with a brand-new keynote on RISKS WORTH TAKING, Libbi brings her lived experience as lawyer, tv host, radio broadcaster and human being with a family to your event with a riveting rollicking tale of RISK - those that pay off, those that don’t, and knowing how to tell the difference.
But when you balance it all up, for a thriving life, there are some risks worth taking.
Broadcasting throughout 2020 from ABC Southbank whilst preparing remotely from home, Libbi experienced firsthand the escalating fortunes of our community through her engagement with Victoria as a talk back radio host; keeping the community connected with the frontline workers, whilst navigating the pain of pandemic induced paralysis in our shared creative Community. We have all learned so much about ourselves and each other during this time - yet we are still discovering exactly what world we are left with to rebuild. With her trademark insight and heart and incisive sense of humour, Libbi is ready to play her part in leading the conversations that will take us forward to better days.
Be it host MC or keynote speaker; you will have laughter and life when Libbi joins your event team.
Libbi Gorr lives in Melbourne with her family, whilst juggling her ABC Radio Weekend Breakfast program and a broad and eclectic creative portfolio.
Libbi features as a columnist for Selector magazine on food, family and life for the last 15 years and now appears as an Australian contributor on culture and society on the BBC Breakfast show plus numerous BBC radio shows including Good Morning Scotland and BBC News Hour.
After a stellar first showbiz career in comedy as Elle McFeast for a decade on ABC TV and creator of numerous iconic tv shows, Libbi is now happily ensconced at ABC Radio Melbourne and Victoria where she’s played an integral part in the radio line up for the last 8 years.