Amanda Millar's extensive career in journalism (more than 30 years) has provided her with the skills to be a media specialist, presentation trainer, communications consultant and highly sought-after public speaker.
Until her departure from TV3 in 2010, Amanda was ‘60 Minutes’ most experienced female current affairs reporter and presenter.
In just over a decade, she won the Best Current Affairs Reporter three times (2000 & 2005, Qantas Media Awards & 2011’s AFTA Awards). On top of that, she was the seven-times winner of the Best Interviewer at the Qantas Media Awards. In 2006, Amanda was also the overall winner of the TV & Film Peace Foundation Media Awards.
She has MC’d many conferences and events, including the 2011 World of Wearable Art Awards, has co-hosted the prestigious World Class New Zealand Award and the Qantas Film & TV Awards. Her interview experience also ensures she asks the hard questions in panel discussions.
Amanda Millar is an in-demand MC and facilitator - drawing on her journalism skills to deliver in a very professional and seamless way.