Belinda Green is one of Australia’s most recognisable faces. A sought-after media personality and public relations specialist, her down-to-earth approach facilitates the learning skills to cope in a high-pressure modern business environment.
Belinda began her media career when she entered the modelling industry in 1972. She went on to win the coveted title of Miss World at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Her modelling career continued in Europe and the United States.
Upon returning to Australia, Belinda embarked upon a career in media, marketing and public relations.
She has hosted and produced 15 episodes of ‘Let’s Get a Life’ for Renaissance Television. ‘Let’s Get a Life’ is a positive, lifestyle program marketed at the baby boomer demographic..
Other career highlights include presenting a Fashion, Beauty and Health segment for Ray Martin on ‘Midday Show’, and being a colourful panellist on ‘Beauty and the Beast’.
She was a much loved personality on ‘Good Morning Australia’.
Belinda has actively been involved in community work which awarded her an Order of Australia Medal.
Her work includes outback car rally adventures with the “Desert Duel” which helps promote regional Australia and raise money for the Australian Paralympics , Wheelchair Sports NSW and many other charities.
As a horseracing enthusiast and race horse owner Belinda loves to co-ordinate “Fashions on the Field” for regional race meetings. Her involvement varies depending on the needs and budget of the individual clubs.
In 2002 Belinda “went bush” living on a property just out of Cowra NSW with her husband. Belinda embraced country life becoming a Rural Fire Service first aid officer, committee member of Cowra Jockey Club, patron for Cowra Special Needs and a registered wildlife carer and rescuer. Belinda worked at Southern Cross Wildlife Care Centre and at the age of 65 studied to become a vet nurse, saving wildlife. “It was a very emotional experience and one of my proudest achievements.”
Belinda has actively been involved in community work including outback car rally adventures with the “Desert Duel” which helps promote regional Australia and raise money for the Australian Paralympics.
As a horseracing enthusiast and race horse owner Belinda loves to co-ordinate “Fashions on the Field” for regional race meetings. Her involvement varies depending on the needs and budget of the individual clubs. She is also on the Cowra Jockey Club Committee.
As an animal lover Belinda does Wildlife rescue with W.I.R.E.S.
An articulate guest speaker and MC who brings a wealth of experience to every occasion, Belinda’s presentations address the stress, intensity and rapid rate of change that are the hallmarks of contemporary life.
Belinda’s practical life tools have equipped many with the know-how and enthusiasm they need to achieve goals, happiness and fulfilment in life.