Our Ambassadors

Kelly Landry

Kelly Landry

Channel 9 presenter and media personality, Kelly has appeared on a number of programs in recent years from Wheel of Fortune, Wipeout Australia, Coxy’s Big Break and Sunrise. Currently Kelly is a presenter on Getaway covering some amazing holiday destinations both here in Australia and around the world.

Molly Meldrum

Molly Meldrum

A popular music critic, journalist, record producer and musical entrepreneur, best known as talent co-ordinator, on-air interviewer and music news presenter on the popular music program Countdown. Molly is revered as a true icon of the Australian music industry.

Lydia Lassila

Lydia Lassila

Australian Olympic freestyle skier and gold medallist, Lydia competed in the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin and the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver.

On October 20, 2010, Lydia was awarded by the Australian Sporting Hall of Fame the prestigious The Don award, recognising her ability to inspire as well as her achievements during 2010.

Philippa Sibley

Philippa Sibley

Described as ‘legendary’ and a ‘pastry maestro’. Fittingly, Philippa Sibley has earned a reputation as one of the country’s finest dessert and pastry chefs.

Philippa will be tackling her love of both savory and sweet as Executive Chef at the soon to be launched Albert St Food & Wine. The wine bar, restaurant and produce store will offer the best of Mediterranean eating and it’s here that Philippa will focus on seasonal, sustainable ingredients from local producers.

Rhiannon Fish

Rhiannon Fish

Rhiannon has studied theatre, drama and dance, but at the age of eleven knew that acting above all else was her ultimate passion.

In 2009 she graduated from The Children's Performing Company of Australia in which she joined at the age of nine and performed in musicals such as The Lion King.

Rhiannon first appeared on television at the age of eleven when she starred in Neighbours as Lisa Jeffries. She later received the role of Rocky in the Australian Disney Channel show As the Bell Rings and also starred in the feature film Playing for Charlie. Rhiannon currently plays the role of April Scott in Home and Away.

Amber Greasley

Amber Greasley

Amber Greasley is the bubbly, effervescent 19 year old who represented Australia at the 2011 Miss World pageant. The now Melbourne-based model finished equal 20th of the 120 finalists at the final in London last November, as well as placing in the Top 24 in both the Sports and Top Model challenge events.

Amber appears frequently in the Queensland modelling scene, particularly in the 2011 campaign for Wallace Bishop's Loyal Watches. Currently completing a Bachelor of Journalism, Amber also has extensive media experience and is a talented presenter. Amber is excited and honoured to be an ambassador for the Liptember campaign and looks forward to creating awareness for women's mental health.

Felicity Harley

Felicity Harley

After studying journalism at university, Felicity spent an enviable amount of time at a range of uber cool magazine titles, including ‘Girlfriend’, ‘WHO’ and ‘Cleo’. After spending three years in editor roles with ‘Cosmopolitan’ and ‘Cosmopolitan Style’, Felicity was offered the much sought-after position of Editor of debut magazine ‘Women’s Health’.

For the past two years, Felicity has regularly appeared on tv covering a plethora of subjects on ‘Sunrise’ and ‘The Morning Show’. In 2010 she co-hosted the Brownlow Medal’s ‘Red Carpet Special’, a one-hour show to which she brought a fresh approach to interviewing AFL WAGs. Felicity is no stranger to the life of a WAG, having married former Geelong captain Tom Harley after first interviewing him for an article in ‘Cosmopolitan’.

Sophie Smith

Sophie Smith

Sophie is an Australian pro cycling journalist and a television reporter and presenter.

She travels all over the world covering WorldTour races and is currently based in London, UK working for Cycling Weekly and Cycle Sport magazines.

Sophie made multiple appearances on BBC World News, as well as national radio programs, throughout the London Olympic Games. She was a reporter for the SBS Cycling Central television show, and its website, before she moved to the UK and hosted the program for some of the 2011-2012 Australian summer.

She is passionate about the Liptember Foundation and the work it has done for women's mental health services.

Jo Silvagni

Jo Silvagni

An Australian model and television personality, Jo made a name for herself from 1991 to 1993, as the co-host on Australian game show Sale of the Century and after she left the game show, the Channel 9 lifestyle program Looking Good. She was also the first female anchor for Foxtel's Entertainment News in the late 1990s.

Jo is known today for her promotional work and has appeared on advertisements for Chemist Warehouses Healthy Break, Berkowitz furniture plus others in recent years. She is married to former Carlton footballer Stephen Silvagni, with whom she has three sons-Jack, Ben and Tom.

Sophie Falkiner

Sophie Falkiner

Best known and loved as an Australian model and TV personality for over two decades, Sophie Falkiner has hosted some of the most loved Australian television shows, including Wheel of Fortune and The Great Outdoors, as well as presenting and appearing on various radio and media gigs.

Sophie is a quintessential Australian natural beauty, a down to earth yet glamorous gal, who has also represented a number of well known Australian lifestyle and beauty brands, in various capacities. The most recent is her ambassadorship with Carmex® lip balm. In her downtime, Sophie enjoys family time, cooking, travel, staying healthy and fit, whilst maintaining a happy and positive outlook on life!

Mary Coustas

Mary Coustas

In recent times and through her book All I Know, A Memoir of Love, Loss and Life, the creator of Australia's beloved character 'Effie' has opened her heart with a compelling story about life, death and love. It is an intimate, honest and at times heartbreaking story of Mary's life. The book has touched a major nerve with the Australian public and has helped open up the conversation about the difficulties surrounding loss and grief.

Mary has shared her heartbreak, tears and gifts, and the life lessons she hopes can save us from giving in to grief, or denying a full life because of it.

Patti Newton

Patti Newton

Patti Newton's long and successful career began at age four when she played the Tivoli circuit in many of that company's legendary pantomimes. Patti has worked extensively in Melbourne theatre, radio, TV and also in Europe at leading theatres and cabarets and supported many international stars including Lulu and Cilla Black. Naturally she considers her greatest achievements her children, Matthew and Lauren.

Lauren Newton

Lauren Newton

Lauren Newton is an experienced and passionate performer and television personality. Lauren has presented on shows such as Mornings with Kerri-Anne, Good Morning Australia and Foxtel's 'Select' program. She has also covered a range of events from the Arias, Brownlow Medal, AFI awards and the Logies.

Lauren has grown up in the entertainment industry. As the daughter of Bert and Patti, she has been surrounded by show business all her life. On a personal level Lauren enjoys life as mum to Sam, Eva and Lola and looks forward to continuing her presenting roles.