Justine Hardy


A commentator and journalist for twenty-four years mostly spent covering South Asia, Justine Hardy has had extensive experience of global cultures. Justine’s time spent frontline reporting, in militant training camps and amongst religious extremists makes Justine’s thoughts on modern global affairs and international politics invaluable. A wonderful motivational speaker, Justine has addressed audiences across the world.

Justine’s motivational speeches given as a keynote speaker are tailored to each client focusing on a sensitive, intelligent and passionate approach to subjects such as global leadership, conflict trauma and mediation, health and wellbeing.

In 2012, Justine shared the stage with Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi at the San Francisco Freedom Forum, within the same year Justine was also decorated with becoming an INSPIRE fellow at the Institute for Global Leadership. Proving testament to her highly respected authority as a motivational speaker, Justine has the portfolio of clients to show her wonderful ability to inspire and motivate.

Justine founded Healing Kashmir in 2008 after fifteen years of conflict trauma therapy training. Her mental health project in the area has expanded recently lately, making the task of addressing the debilitating mental health situation of the Kashmir region. Her motivational tale of her work there inspires audiences and gives insight into the problems she faces.

To book Justine Hardy as the keynote speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing agent@championsukplc.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

When at corporate events, Justine is known to cover the following topics:

  • Motivational Speaker
  • Mental & Physical Health
  • Leadership
  • Female Potential
  • Journalism

‘Her sessions here are a tour de force – intellectual and accessible.’Institute of Global Leadership, Tufts University, Boston

‘You made me smell and taste Kashmir again after so long a thousand thanks…’  – Joanna Lumley