If you want to have a meeting, conference or development day that involves the audience, encourages interaction and creativity and cuts to the heart of the matter get Keogh!
For over twenty years, Chris has worked as a professional actor and improviser with Troupe du Jour. She has performed in international festivals and has been seen on television in everything from Round the Twist to Comedy Company. For over three years she co-hosted the Sunday Show on ABC radio. Her performance work has been complemented by her Masters Degree in Creative Arts Therapy, during which she worked with groups ranging from adolescent psychiatric to senior management (no surprise there!) For the last five years, Chris has also helped conferences and forums with hypotheticals, training sessions for presentation techniques or as host/compere. She produces and directs training films and creates programs that enlighten and entertain.
Using the experience gained from her corporate clientele combined with her therapeutic expertise she can conduct proceedings with flair, sensitivity and humour. Chris brings with her a wealth of experience in stage and television, a wicked sense of fun and a down-to-earth approach to what really matters.
FACILITATION AND COMPERING WORK HAVE INCLUDED THE FOLLOWING:
-Hagermeyer International Conferences – Beijing, Las Vegas, Borneo, 2000-2005
-International Conference on Child Abuse – compere, forum leader and hypothetical conductor.
-Public Forum on Young People and the Media – forum moderator
-Coles Myer Ltd – Host for ADS staff forum at Melbourne Exhibition Centre
-Kew Residential Services – Parents’ Information Day - Host
-Arup Engineering – Global Project Managers Forum – M.C
-Australian Regional Forum – Facilitator
-Risk and Rights Forum (Office of the Public Advocate) – compere and facilitator
-Child Protection Professional Development Unit DHS - Professional Development Days (on-going)
-Department of Human Services - Conference compere and facilitator
-Child Death Inquiry Forum – Hospital health professionals and public servants.
-City of Greater Dandenong – Compere, Writers Awards