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Catherine DeVrye has had a challenging and unique life. She has overcome obstacles and she is now known as one of Australia’s most popular and inspirational speakers. She helps people strive towards success for themselves.
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DeVrye is a communicator with an ability to inspire. She has proven hands-on international management experience in the private and public sectors- both as a corporate business woman and as a small business owner.
Combining Baby-boomer experience with Gen Y energy, she has the ‘street cred’ to deliver the results you desire. Her business name sums up her philosophy. CDV Management stands for Clients Deserve Value-and this commitment to quality and excellence will contribute to the success of your next event.
Catherine brings the latest research and theory to life through practical, inspirational and common sense examples. In dynamic presentations to board level or front line staff, she combines humor and substance to inspire, motivate and serve as a catalyst for others to achieve the best in themselves and their organisations.
No wonder people, like the late Sir Edmund Hillary, 1st man on top of Everest, Jack Canfield, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul; and countless business leaders- have endorsed her books.
Catherine is a best-selling author of 7 non-fiction books, translated into more than a dozen different languages, including…Hope Happens! Words of encouragement for Tough Times- Hot Lemon & Honey…reflections for success in times of change and Good Service is Good Business…7 Strategies for Success, which was a # 1 best seller in Australia and Taiwan. DeVrye has also co-authored several other books and corporate histories.
Her autobiography, Who Says I Can’t? was nominated for the Australian National Biography Award & published in North America as Serendipity Road.
Catherine is a keen sportswoman and adventurer. She has bicycled over the Andes, scaled peaks in the Antarctic and climbed 20,000’ to the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro. At the Sydney 2000 Olympics, she was given the honour to carry the Olympic Torch on the day of the opening ceremonies. Additionally, she has a heart warming story of her personal journey from an orphanage in Canada-to being a cancer survivor and striving for positivity and success. It is a story she can share with audiences if asked. Yet she believes the biggest challenges of all….are those we face in our everyday lives-as we adopt a positive attitude in the face of adversity to move forward.
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