Stacey Currie

Making hard choices easy for a change


Stacey is a keynote speaker, successful businesswoman, mother of five and inspiration to thousands of people who have adopted her life lessons.

Using her street smart wisdom, Stacey lives by the philosophy (and helps others do the same) that to be more, you need less.

Raised in housing commission accommodation with an absent mum, Stacey experienced child sexual assault. By 14, she was living in a shed. At 15 she was pregnant. At 19, she had two kids and was homeless. At 21, authorities gave her a stark choice; change her life or lose her kids. Stacey had to make big changes. When all she knew was battling, figuring out goals for her ‘new life’ seemed impossible.

By 22, Stacey was raising three kids on her own and had survived domestic abuse.

With her no-bullshit style and humour, remarkably, Stacey, has not only survived to tell the tale but managed to defy the odds by using her street smart wisdom to thrive, and help others from all walks of life do so too. As the co-founder of a million-dollar printing business, her tenacity and commitment have seen her nominated for several business awards.

As a qualified leadership coach, author, and mentor, Stacey is known for her rawness, honesty and compassion.

However, it is as a motivational speaker that Stacey is best known. For the past 5 years, her keynote speeches have captivated audiences across Australia. In fact, the self-described ‘rough-around-the-edges chick’ often pinches herself when rubbing shoulders with everyone from those in rags to those in riches.

Sharing the stage with countless thought leaders, Stacey has also appeared on TV shows such as the Today Show, 7.30 Report and 60 Minutes to share her against-the-odds life story. She has featured in many newspapers and magazines such as BRW, The Age and The Herald Sun.