Inspiring change with a story of resilience and hope
Join us for episode five of our Resilience Skills Speaker Series featuring Jazz Thornton, a mental health advocate and founder of Voices of Hope, an organization dedicated to creating change in the field of mental health. After overcoming her own struggles with mental illness, Jazz now shares her unique experiences and practical message with audiences around the world through media, international speaking engagements, and her best-selling books.
Jazz’s award-winning documentary, “The Girl on The Bridge,” sheds light on mental illness and its impact on individuals and communities. In addition to her work with Voices of Hope, Jazz directed the series “Jessica’s Tree,” which aims to change the way we have conversations about suicide in New Zealand.
Named New Zealand’s Young New Zealander of the Year in 2021, Jazz is a talented motivational speaker who inspires audiences of all ages to face challenges, identify opportunities, and become the change they wish to see in the world. With her focus on hope, resilience, and overcoming adversity, Jazz’s message is both inspiring and empowering.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Jazz Thornton speak about her experiences and how she is changing the conversation around mental health.
Brought to you in partnership with business.govt.nz, join our live chat with Jazz from 12 noon on 9th June.