Tenille Bentley is, an internationally award winning woman, receiving awards recognised by the Prime Minister called The Australian Leadership Award and being picked by The Australian Financial Review as one of the top 100 Women of Influence.
The Governor inducted her into the Western Australian Women’s Hall of Fame, then she became a finalist in the Telstra Business Woman of the Year.
She was also one of the top 3 in the Australian Institute of Management Excellence Awards and was a state finalist as a Telstra Business Woman of The Year. This was in recognition for her work in digital media and community work throughout the ownership of her global charitable organisation ‘The Global Good Foundation’ supporting families impacted by domestic violence and her previous social media agency building it up to a 2.5M company in under two years.
During Tenille’s business career she has sat on some of Australia’s most prestigious boards as a non-executive director, often as the youngest and only woman. Over the years she has advised and governed some of Australia’s largest brands in the early adoption years of social and digital media.
Throughout her career she spent one on one time with the great minds of Richard Branson, Oprah, Deepak Chopra, John Demartini, Don Miguel Ruiz assisting her in developing the missing ingredient to every day success and delivers a unique workshop program in some of the top organisations and biggest boardrooms around Australia.
Tenille transitioned from this illustrious business career in a quest for a deeper calling, one that kept tapping her on the shoulder to the point that she couldn’t ignore it. There was two clear words that kept coming up for her ‘Kids and Music’.
Her years in digital media exposed her to the impact it is having on our next generation, a humanitarian at heart, this was what called her to create a solution through her company The Emotional Literacy & Mindfulness Academy for Kids (and their Parents) giving parents the tools for their children to manage the big emotions and help bring calm and balance back to your home without having to resort to yelling. Her programs involve the science of mindfulness, meditation, sound therapy, play therapy and colour therapy.
“If you follow your bliss, doors will open for you that wouldn’t have opened for anyone else.”
– Joesph Campbell