Byron Bay, Australia

Holley Somerville-Knott | Youthtopia Voice

Chief Ethics Officer | Gründerin Tell Someone Who Cares!

Das ist Holley:


Holley Somerville-Knott ist eine engagierte und leidenschaftliche 17-jährige CEO und CEO (Chief Executive Officer und Chief Ethics Officer) und Gründerin ihres eigenen lösungsorientierten Sozialunternehmens Tell Someone Who Cares! Holley hat auf Bühnen und Veranstaltungsplattformen in ganz Australien und international bei Konferenzen Menschen aufgeklärt und inspiriert, indem sie ihr Fachwissen über die SDGs, soziales Unternehmertum und Business for Good, Gleichberechtigung  weitergab. Holley hat mit den Vereinten Nationen, Business Chicks, der Commonwealth Bank, Sea Shepard, Peppermint Magazine’s Teen Pep Talks und dem Festival for the Future gesprochen.

Holley Somerville-Knott is a dedicated and passionate 17 year old CEO and CEO (Chief Executive Officer and Chief Ethics Officer) and founder of her own solutions-based social enterprise Tell Someone Who Cares!

Holley has been educating and inspiring people on stages and event platforms across australia and internationally at conferences, galas, schools and universities sharing her expertise on SDG’s, social enterprise and business for good, ethics, youth entrepreneurship, equality and representation of women in the C suite and the environment to name a few. Her performances have gained standing ovations from some of Australia’s biggest names in music, business and celebrities. Holley has spoken with the United Nations, Business Chicks, Agenda, Commonwealth Bank, Sea Shepard, Peppermint Magazine’s Teen Pep Talks and Festival for the Future and she has had the humble honour of sharing the stage with the likes of Layne Beachley, Saroo Brierly from the movie ‘Lions’, Sandra Sully, Kirk Pengelly from INXS, Samantha from Sunrise, Delta Goodrem, Naomi Simpson from Shark Tank, Cate Campbell the Olypmic swimmer gold medalist.

Winning international and national business awards, major scholarships, environmental and other industry awards such as Optus Business Awards Finalist, Stevie Gold and SIlver Award, Youngest ever Telstra Business Women’s Awards Finalist, Gold and Silver Stevie Award, Australian Young Citizen Of The Year Finalist, Young Achiever Awards Finalist, Women In Business Gold Award, Green Globe Youth Sustainability Champion, Young Achiever Awards Finalist, Beaded Gecko Youth Award, Young Sustainability Champion Award and the NSW Business Chamber Startup Superstar. Holley feels that b​usiness can be one of the biggest contributors to the global social and environmental problems we currently face, or it can be one of the biggest tools in creating positive impact and solving these issues.