How a bullying victim is now helping teenage girls and young women find a voice

Greg Ellis
Updated October 30 2019 - 2:19pm, first published 11:30am
Rising above: Paula Stevens-Dunn speaking at IWIB at Centro CBD.
Rising above: Paula Stevens-Dunn speaking at IWIB at Centro CBD.

A Wollongong woman who found her voice after being bullied at school and work is looking to reach many teenage girls at high schools in Sydney and the Illawarra in 2020.

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Greg Ellis

Greg Ellis

Business Editor

Almost four decades in electronic, print and digital media. A writer, presenter, emcee, photographer and videographer with degrees in business management, marketing and human resources and tertiary qualifications in photography.

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