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You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.
— C.S. Lewis

ABOUT VASHTI whitfield

Over the last twenty years, Vashti has lived, worked and breathed a life driven by her passion to provoke, inspire and facilitate the transformation and development of human potential. As a highly experienced executive and performance coach, transformational facilitator, teacher and International speaker, poignantly coupled with her decision to convert her own tragic loss into a catalyst to educate and inspire millions of people around the world, Vashti now teaches, coaches, collaborates and consults with organisations, businesses, high-performance individuals and the ever-growing global community, on the importance of harnessing human potential through personal and organisational legacy driven leadership.

 

VASHTI’S LEGACY PROJECTS SO FAR…

 

 
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BE HERE NOW FILM DOCUMENTARY

Authentic to the core in her work and life, Vashti turned her own personal grief and loss following the death of her husband, (Starz Spartacus actor) Andy Whitfield, into a catalyst for inspiring millions of people worldwide by co-creating and championing the award-winning feature documentary film, Be Here Now.

BIOGRAPHY - SPARTACUS AND ME

Authentic to the core in her work and life, Vashti turned her own personal grief and loss following the death of her husband, (Starz Spartacus actor) Andy Whitfield, into a catalyst for inspiring millions of people worldwide by co-creating and championing the award-winning feature documentary film, Be Here Now.

 

IN THE PRESS

 

 

As a highly active international speaker and presenter, published author - Vashti and has been profiled, interviewed and quoted in wide ranging major international television, radio, print and blog press including Good Morning America, Access Hollywood, AOL Build, Sirius Radio, The Daily Mail, US Magazine, Associated Press,People.com, Fox.com, DailyMail.com and HuffPost.com. Australian Vogue, Who Magazine, Marie -Clare Magazine, NZ Radio and the Daily Telegraph.