Lucy Cornell, CEO and Fouder of Voice COach and The Voice Advisory

Lucy Cornell
CEO & Founder of The Voice Advisory
Keynote Speaker and Author

'You have revolutionized how I present.'
Susan Lloyd Hurwitz, CEO Mirvac

My Career Mission 
To help people sound inspirational

Speaking Stats
Spoken in 15 countries to 1000’s of executives at over 300 events globally.

1 of 200 certified Linklater voice teachers in the world (5 years of rigorous training to get there!)
Trained with Royal Shakespeare Company (UK) and Shakespeare & Company (USA)
Masters of Applied Science in Voice Research (U.Sydney)
Bachelor of Arts/Education (UNSW)

Favourite Part of My Job
Inspiring people to love their voice... all around the world from Sydney to Miami to Istanbul to Karachi

Proudest Moment in Business
Building an international faculty of performance coaches who teach barristers in Australia, Singapore and South Africa to bring a stronger voice for people who seek justice.

Proudly featured in...
Tara Moss' new book; Speaking Out, helping people speak out about violence and abuse.

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Christina Koch, Lead Voice Consultant Sydney The Voice Advisory

Christina Koch
Lead Performance and Voice Consutlant
Sydney | Australia

'THANK YOU so much! I would not have been anywhere near in a position to deliver it as I did without your practical help, and your calm and confident encouragement. You really did make it possible for me.'
Susan, Law Firm Partner Candidate

"Piercingly accurate"
Barrister, NSW

1 of 200 certified Linklater voice teachers in the world
Postgraduate Certificate in Voice Studies (Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne Univ.)
A Bachelor of Arts (University of Queensland) 
Certified Editor for QUT's Faculty of Law
Cambridge Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language (Academia Lacunza-International House, San Sebastian, Spain)

Global Education
Shakespeare and Company, USA
Practical Aesthetics acting technique
Fitzmaurice voice work
Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed
Suzuki actor training

Global Business Trainer
- Experienced consultant for business clients across industry and seniority with The Voice Advisory
- Voice and performance coach on the Australian Bar Association's Advanced Trial Advocacy Intensive
- Director for judges (including Queensland’s then Chief Justice Paul de Jersey) and silks in productions for Queensland Law Week annually

- Voice consultant for advocate training programs run by the Singapore Law Society and the Singapore Attorney General’s Department.

Kuala Lumpur
- Business and English as second language clients

Favourite teaching moment
Work for the Crime and Misconduct Commission Queensland, directly developing script for host, Kerry O’Brien.

Tanya Gerstle, The Voice Advisory Lead Consultant Melbourne Australia

Tanya Gerstle
Lead Performance and Voice Consultant
Melbourne | Australia

"The best actor trainer in the world".
Dr Mary Luckhurst, Professor of Artistic Research and Creative Practice

Claim to Fame
Tanya has been teaching actors and business professionals for over 30 years.  She has taught some of the most successful Australian actors this decade.

An Honorary Senior Fellow with The University of Melbourne
A coveted award for ‘Teaching Excellence’ in 2002
A Masters Degree in Dramatic Art - Direction (by Research)

Business Performance Coach
- One of 4 selected performance coaches teaching for the Australian Bar Association’s advocacy course for the past 6 years. 
- Performance and Presence Coach for:
         The Singapore Law Society Advocacy Intensive
         Various Australian Law Firms
         Individual Professional Services Clients Australia-wide
- Developed and delivered the Communications Skills Programs for Database Consultants Europe - Amsterdam and across Europe.

Global Actor and Performance Trainer
Former Head of Acting at Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), University of Melbourne (15 years)
At Penn State University, USA, The University of York, UK and The University of Caen, France

Global Theatre Maker
In Europe and Australia for 30 years
Directed texts from Churchill to Chekhov and Shakespeare
Founder and Artistic Director of OpticNerve Performance Group, an international award winning ensemble based in Melbourne

Julia Moody Consultant The Voice Advisory Voice Coach

Julia Moody
Lead Performance and Voice Consultant
Perth | Australia

Julia has been the Head of Voice at WAAPA (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts) for 22 years. WAAPA is one of the top three Australian national schools for theatre and performance.

Bachelor of Arts from Curtin University (Perth)
Graduate Diploma in Voice Studies from NIDA (Sydney)
A fully accredited Associate teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework (New York)
Actor training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School (UK)

She has also trained with International Masters in Voice
Patsy Rodenburg, Cicely Berry, Kristin Linklater in the UK
Linda Wise from the Roy Hart Voice Centre in France

International Voice and Performance Coach
The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (UK)
The Victorian College of the Arts School of Drama (Aust)
The New Zealand Academy of Singing Dancing and Acting
The University of Ballarat Academy of Performing Arts (Aust)

Business Consultant in Voice and Performance
The Australian Bar Association’s Advanced Advocacy Intensive and Essential Trial Advocacy Courses.
Singapore Law Society's Advocacy Trial Course
Western Australian Magistrates Conference
Western Australian Law Society
Women Lawyer’s Association
The Institute of Chartered Accountants

Corinna May, The Voice Advisory, Lead voice and performance Consultant, Boston, New York, USA

Corinna May
Performance & Voice Consultant
New York | USA

Rare Gem
One of 8 people in the world to hold both the Linklater Voice teacher and Feldenkrais (body work) practitioner certification

1 of 200 certified Linklater voice teachers in the world
Feldenkrais practitioner
Circle-in-the-Square Professional Actor Training Program Graduate
Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University

Global Actor Trainer
A 28-year core company & senior faculty member of Shakespeare & Company USA
Actors Studio Drama School / MFA acting program
The National Theatre Institute of the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center
Circle-in–the-Square Theatre School
Smith College
Syracuse University
Fordham University

Business Voice Coach
One the six performance and voice coach faculty for the Australian Bar Association's Advanced Advocacy Intensive Course

Working Actor
Stage Highlights: Critically-acclaimed leading actor in 40+ productions at Shakespeare & Co
TV Highlights: “House of Cards” and the original “Law & Order”

Surprising fact
Corinna is a stage fighting teacher

Claim to Fame
Corinna spent two years on the road as a principle member of the Broadway national tour of THE GRADUATE alongside Jerry Hall, Linda Gray, Lorraine Bracco, Kelly McGillis and Morgan Fairchild.


Keely Eastley, The Voice ADvisory, Boston Lead Voice and Performance Consultant, USA

Keely Eastley
Performance & Voice Coach
Boston | USA

Master Linklater Voice teacher - 1 of 20 in the world
1 of 200 certified Linklater voice teachers in the world, the premier voice methodology used in actor training programs worldwide.

Global Voice and Actor Trainer
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Yale School of Drama
Yale Rep
New York University (NYU)
Syracuse University
Emerson College
The New York Public Theater
Classic Stage Co.
Trinity Rep.
Shakespeare and Company
Head of Voice and Movement at Toi Whakaari, New Zealand's lead Drama School. Takitimu school for traditional Maori performing arts, New Zealand

Business Voice Coach
MIT’s Sloan School of Business - Ph.D. candidates
MIT - Dialect and articulation for English as a Second Language speakers (ESL)
MIT's Graduate Women’s Group
MIT professors
Business Executives at Biogen Idec.

Additional Astounding Skill Set
Keely brings a diverse and unparalleled blend of skills to Voice Coach:
from Shiatsu to the art of mentoring
from Primitive Voice work to the deep power of clown in performance
from Feldenkrais body work to the use of heightened language in Shakespeare