Pam Warren



Pam Warren turned a disaster into the most positive thing to ever happen to her. Her story will inspire audiences and show them how they too can overcome apparently insurmountable challenges

In October 1999, Pam’s life as a financial advisor was torn apart when she was critically injured in the Paddington Rail Crash. Pam’s injuries were so severe that she wasn’t expected to pull through. Not only did she pull through, she became the public face of the disaster – ‘the lady in the mask’ championing the cause of rail safety. Since then Pam has gone on to become a highly acclaimed International Public Speaker.

Pam’s keynote speech delivers a motivating strategic message about overcoming the odds. Her years of leadership experience shine through in a carefully crafted speech that will inspire, uplift, energise and get the audience thinking. She shows how with teamwork, grit, determination and heart you can take on a challenge, however big or small. She provides a simple message of keeping things in perspective while thinking smarter, bigger, and going beyond what’s expected. Pam offers audiences not just inspiration but actual strategies to employ to overcome challenges.

Pam’s experience both in the city and leading a successful campaign for rail safety gives her a unique perspective on business challenges and how to master them. She delivers her speech with warmth and humour managing to emotionally connect with her audiences which drives her business strategies home. Pam has been praised for her courage and determination by the likes of Sir Roger Moore and Sir Trevor McDonald. Pam is a consummate professional and feedback from both organisers and audiences have always been extremely positive.

“The key thing that stood out from Pam’s talk was the different ways that you can look at potential obstacles, both in your working and personal life, and how you can have a coping mechanism to deal with whatever comes your way.In our working environment we have quite challenging targets. We know where we have to get to because we have to deliver on KPI’s that are given to us and very often it looks like a very daunting task. Pam’s talk on how to break these down into manageable chunks and focus on the end goal was great. Not thinking about what might be facing you right now but finding the ways around them or making new paths to your own goal.I would say that it is a very scalable message that can be applied to just about any environment. Whilst I was listening I wasn’t just thinking about my business life but my personal life too. I think Pam’s talk is highly relevant to everything in life.”
— Angus Murray, International Trade Advisor & Team Manager for International Trade

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