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Georgie Gardner

Georgie Gardner

Georgie Gardner

Georgie Gardner is a blogger, entrepreneur, and business coach. Her life is one of constant discovery and experimentation, from riding the world’s first robotic solar-powered bobsled to holding a one-woman show. Four and a half years ago, she created Blank Label Mind, where she holds readers’ hands as they discover their creativity and build projects that get better results.

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Georgie Gardner is a much-loved Australian television personality, having been part of Channel Nine’s breakfast show TODAY, anchored Channel Nine’s 6pm bulletin with colleague, Peter Overton, and been guest host and a regular contributor for Today Extra. With her warm smile and vivacious personality, she is a popular MC and host for corporate and public events. Georgie Gardner is a much-loved Australian television personality, having been part of Channel Nine’s breakfast show TODAY, anchored Channel Nine’s 6pm bulletin with colleague, Peter Overton, and been guest host and a regular contributor for Today Extra. With her warm smile and vivacious personality, she is a popular MC and host for corporate and public events.

Georgie Gardner hails from Perth, Western Australia and was educated at Dalkeith Primary School and St Hilda’s Anglican Girls School. After completing high school, she spent nearly two years living in Milan where she learned Italian and travelled extensively while nannying for an Italian family. “Georgie Gardner is Channel Nine’s newsreader on the nightly news at 6pm. She is one of the country’s best known and most popular television presenters, anchoring Channel Nine’s 6pm bulletin on Friday and Saturday nights, and guest host and regular contributor for Today Extra before taking on the TODAY hosting role with Karl Stefanovic in January 2018. For seven years from 2007 to 2014 Georgie was part of Nine’s hugely popular breakfast show, TODAY, as their News Presenter and fill-in host, covering everything from natural disasters to politics along with an array of world events. (Source: raise.org.au)

 

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