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October 08th 2022 at 10am Speaker: Aldwyn Altuney

South East Writers Inc (50th Public Meeting) Labrador Community and Youth Centre October 8th 2022 10:00am

57 Billington Street, Labrador, QLD 4215 – $10.00

Guest Speaker: Aldwyn Altuney

Aldwyn Altuney is a mass media marketing expert.

Known as the ‘Media Queen’, she is a TV host, speaker, photojournalist and author of multiple international best-selling books.

With 38 years media experience, her PR company, AA Xpose Media, is the only one she knows of that guarantees results in the mainstream media.

She is passionate about inspiring more good news in the mass media to help decrease depression and suicide rates and lift people’s spirits.

In 2018, she founded the Mass Media Tribe Meetup group and a global Good News Day, which is run annually on August 8.

She founded a monthly Global Good News Challenge in June 2020, has tripled her business during Covid and recently won the 2021 Bx Print, Media and Photography Business of the Year.

Also, an animal activist, she founded Animal Action Events in 2007 and has run 15 annual charity events so far raising awareness, appreciation and respect for all animals.

In her spare time, she loves performing in her comedy duo The Fiddly Gigglers, acting, playing ukulele, long beach walks and body surfing.

Proudly supporting Somerset Storyfest www.storyfest.com.au

South East Writers is an initiative to combine skills, experience, educate and raise standards within Writing, Printing, Publishing and the associated arts.

Printing Plant tours, Workshops and Guest speakers will be offered to assist Writers in achieving their optimal goal.

South East Writers will develop benchmarks and adhere to industry standards. Actors, AudioBooks, Book trailers, Design, e-books, Distribution, Editing, Films, Illustration & supportive Artwork, Printing, Publishing, Crowd funding for publishing, Sub editing, Voice-Overs and Writing.

Openness, integrity, transparency and active participation will be encouraged at all Membership levels. Contact Mark Wren – ipcc@ozemail.com.au0416 365 859 (07) 5571 7488