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Australia's only female Navy helicopter pilot to fly in Afghanistan.
Categories: Communication, Inspirational, Leadership, Military Speakers, Motivational Speakers
Full Presenter Profile & Bio
Kate Munari joined the Royal Australian Navy at the age of 18, through the Australian Defence Force Academy and completed a Bachelor of Science degree. Qualifying as a helicopter pilot in 2006, her skill and dedication to flying led to her being selected for a four and a half year posting to the Royal Navy, UK. There, Kate flew as part of Commando Helicopter Force (CHF) who fly in support of the Royal Marine Commandos.
Kate served in Afghanistan three times as part of CHF, flying day and night, in all weather conditions as aircraft captain and formation commander. She led teams in some of the toughest conditions any workplace can present.
Having been in the military for over 15 years, Kate has added a new dimension to her professional life. Keen to share her experiences with others, Kate will inspire and motivate audiences to overcome challenges and achieve their goals.
Kate's presence and stories engage and inspire no matter your profession, her wealth of knowledge and experience are sure to fit your needs. As your next event speaker, Kate wants to drive your audience to achieve their goals and become leaders in their own sphere.
Engaging right from the start, Kate’s journey is inspiring and our guests were captivated from her first word to her last. Many commented that to hear from a female pilot who has served on the frontline was a privilege and proved that any challenge can be overcome.
Stories from her military career held our staff in rapt attention for close to two hours as she described her experience as a front line pilot in some of the scariest war zones encountered in recent times… Kate’s presentation has been an invaluable gift to staff – one not to be missed.