Today's Guest: Danielle Dal Cortivo
Danielle Dal Cortivo is a daughter, sister, friend and partner with a curious mind, inquisitive nature and passion for life. She is an entrepreneur and leader who has completed a Bachelor of Communications, a Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling, and a Master of Public Health.
She’s a coach, startup expert, and founder of a charity supporting kids a little less lucky in Australia and Botswana.
Danielle loves travelling and exploring the world. But what she really loves is in being in meaningful conversations that make a difference.
Inspired by what becomes possible when women talk about their v@ginas, Danielle created Free the V to explore and alter the stigma around v@ginas and to empower women to reclaim their freedom, self expression and beauty.
Keep an eye out for her Podcast which will be coming out soon, Free The V.
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