Colleen Kelly, author, key-note speaker and “whistleblower” against cruelty in the horse industry.
A world leader in her field, when she retired to fight her breast cancer, she wasn’t prepared to just sit at home – she has used the time to write the explosive expose “The Last Wild Horse”.
Colleen started her career in exercise physiology, and was the previous Spokeswoman for the WorkCover Authority of NSW,
before she became a full time teacher and finally lecturer and Adjunct Professor teaching biomechanics (seat & posture), to Olympic and Paralympic medallists, and Police Units around the world
Colleen received four separate awards from the subsidiary of the Princess Royal’s Charity “Riding for Disabled” and a plaque in recognition of her work training the remarkable riders at the London Metropolitan Police (the Queen of England’s Mounted Escort to the guards).
Colleen continues to write the sequel to the explosive “Last Wild Horse” (now available on our shop), and lecture on her two passions: posture and pain in the school and workplace, and eliminating modern slavery of animals and humans.