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Mr Matt Christie (Chief Executive Officer)

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Matt is a successful speaker and educator with over 21 years experience in the corporate world. He has held national training roles in the allied health, retail, hospitality, hairdressing and teacher professional development sectors. He is passionate about assisting individuals to initiate positive change in their lives. Matt's background includes postgraduate studies in education and he provides education to students across the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matt's Clients:

• Flight Centre Australia                      

• Sisters of Mercy 

• Australian Hospitality Leisure Group    

• Mercy Disability Services

• Pizza Hut Australia                     

• Mater Private Hospital

• Stefan Hair Fashions                               

• The Wesley Mission

• Independent Grocers Australia            

Matt has been employed in management positions at some of Australia's Top Education Providers as Head of Education and Director of Studies. Matt has also spent many years in the class room teaching students from diverse cultural backgrounds. He has been invited to judge the Australian Training Awards and present awards at the Victorian Sports Awards.

 

As an active member of the community he regularly volunteers his time with the Salvation Army Australia and Uniting Care Australia.

 

Matt is continuing studies in nutrition, iridology  and holistic medicine in 2016 and is due to graduate in 2018.

 

In 2017 the Matt Christie Institute of Australia will expand it's Asia, Europe, Australia and Middle East Operations making the institute the largest of it's kind worldwide.

 

Matt will open two retail stores in 2017 in Australia, which will see the business grow at a new level.

 

He has a strong passion for lifelong learning and lives and works by his very own personal philosophy: "You can do anything if you put your mind to it - Anything in the whole wide world"