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A respected leader in Australian business, sports administration and corporate governance
Categories: Motivational Speakers, Olympians
Full Presenter Profile & Bio
A respected leader and Olympian, Alisa Camplin-Warner is an in-demand speaker on the topics of resilience, mindset, and performance.
Best known as Australia’s first ever female Winter Olympic Gold Medal in Freestyle Aerial Skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Alisa has since been awarded two World Cup Titles, is a World Record Holder and was the Bronze Medalist at the 2006 Turin Olympic Games. Although suffering from several injuries, Alisa is known as one of the nation’s most tactical and hardworking athletes.
In 2007, Alisa was awarded the Order of Australia Medal and became a Member of the Order of Australia in 2018.
Away from sports, Alisa is regularly involved in the areas of health, government, education, and philanthropy. She is currently a Director of the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia and the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation, as well as held the roles of Chair and Deputy Chair at an array of organisations.
In 2011, Alisa turned a personal tragedy into positivity, co-founding the charity Finnan’s Gift. The charity has raised over $2.5 million for pediatric cardiac care.