Genevieve Mora is the co-founder of Voices of Hope and co-creator of Love Your Kite, where she is a passionate mental health advocate on a mission to make a difference in the world. With extensive experience as a speaker, Genevieve has shared her message with audiences ranging from primary schools to universities and businesses in both New Zealand and Australia, as well as events and conferences often addressing mental health topics.
In recognition of her leadership skills, Genevieve was awarded the Rotary Youth Leadership Award, and has spoken at several of their gala dinners. She has also hosted event panels and enjoys sharing her story with others to raise awareness and promote better understanding of mental health.
Genevieve's advocacy work has not only impacted the education sector but also the corporate world, speaking to many corporates such as AA, Fonterra, Heartland Bank, AMP, and many more. Her efforts have resonated with diverse organizations and industries, highlighting the importance of mental health in the workplace.
In 2022, Genevieve was named alongside Jazz in the Forbes 30 under 30 Asia, a significant achievement that recognizes her outstanding contribution to the field of mental health advocacy. She has also been named a Westfield Local Hero for her work and was a finalist for the Impact Awards. In addition, she is a semi-finalist for Young New Zealander of the Year 2023.
Genevieve's dedication and commitment to mental health advocacy have made a significant impact, and in 2018, she was invited to speak on a panel at a well-being retreat/conference in Los Angeles. Genevieve's passion for making a difference in the world through mental health advocacy is inspiring and is helping to break down stigmas and barriers around the topic.
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Voices of Hope was once again our conference charity partner in 2022. This involved a stand at our expo area, spotlighting their work on our main platform and a preview of their latest campaign. Genevieve engaged in a Q&A session in front of approx. 400 delegates confidently and authentically sharing her journey- Financial Services Council
I have known Genevieve since 2018 when she first came to The Rotary Young Persons Leadership Awards (RYLA). During that week of intense activity, myself and others saw the substantial development in the confidence she gained. Genevieve spoke at the 2019 RYLA Gala dinner with an audience of 200 plus, a challenge which Genevieve carried out with considerable success. She continues to be involved in numerous public speaking engagements with Rotary and RYLA all of which she carries out with continuing and growing success. Genevieve has considerable personal experience which underlines her genuineness and she speaks from the heart with a level of authenticity which creates an excellent connection with her audience. I am also very confident that with continuing experience in public speaking Genevieve will become an outstanding inspirational speaker in her own right.- Peter Ross, Chairman of Rotary District 9920
Genevieve's professionalism discussing the topics of OCD and anorexia nervosa made it more approachable somehow.- Sophie
Thank you for coming to talk at my school today. It made me feel like I wasn't alone.- Milly