Master of Ceremonies
Jordana Borensztajn is a presentation skills coach, social media strategist, author and humourist who inspires, educates and entertains audiences with action-packed and high-energy keynote presentations and workshops.
Jordana’s experience includes being a News Corp Australia journalist, working as online music editor, content producer and social media manager at Nova Entertainment, speaking at corporate conferences around the world, performing two sold-out shows in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and running a schools program that explores online safety for students.
Jordana’s first book, Capture My Attention: How to Stand Out Online with Creative Content, taught business owners, entrepreneurs and marketers how to build their personal and professional brands with captivating digital content. Her newest book, 21 Steps to Become an Awesome Public Speaker, is a fun and engaging pocketbook, filled with tips, techniques and strategies to help people overcome their fear of public speaking.
Jordana draws on her diverse media and communications background to deliver high-impact keynotes and workshops on a range of topics including Take Charge Of Your Personal Brand: If You Don’t Create Your Narrative, Everyone Else Will Do It For You, The Power Of Going Offline In An Online World: How To Strengthen Your Client Connections In This Chaotic Digital Era, Next Generation Communication: How Different Generations Can Learn To Speak the Same Language, Grow Your Business And Amplify Your Message With Powerful Public Speaking Skills and Capturing Your Audience’s Attention With Creative Social Media Marketing.
Jordana is also a passionate MC who uses humour and storytelling to engage and connect with audiences both large and small. Her energetic stage presence and enthusiasm captivates audiences and adds a memorable point of difference to your event.
Jordana has been featured on Channel 10’s The Living Room, Nova 100, ABC Radio National, WIN News, Channel 31, and across the Herald Sun, mX, the Sunday Herald Sun, The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald.