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Meet the Team

It takes a village to write and produce quality writing. Come on in and meet the team.

Tanya Allan

Tanya Allan

Writer, Public Speaker, Loud Laugher, Vision Ninja

Tanya observes life and puts it into words. She writes about a great many things, but the overwhelming trend is emotional trauma and how to recovery from it – with a hint of humour.

In 2017, after her daughter’s diagnosis with Leukaemia, Tanya founded the charity Bravery Box, where her writing reached up to 20,000 readers per post. She has a deep understanding of the human condition, having supported families through some of their toughest times, and celebrated with them through some of their most joyful moments.

Tanya uses her profound insights into peoples’ motivations and emotions to help her readers live their lives a little easier. 


Zoe Rehbein

Writer, Public Speaker, Emotions Plumber, Creator of Change.

When Zoe’s perfect baby daughter was x weeks old she was told that she was going to 

superpower is ability to dive deep into research mode. 


Zoe is Tanya’s fearless proof-reader and Tanya returns the favour on Zoe’s copy.

Zoe Rehbein Strategist

Ben and Aysha

Video Creatives

Ben and Aysha are our right brains, they’re our video creatives. Ben and Aysha from ReCap Media partner with us to direct, film and produce our video content. They produce beautiful and affordable business and event videos – if you’re ever in the need, they should be your first stop.

Video Production

Our history

A perfect storm brought Tanya and Zoe to writing and standing up in front of rooms full of people talking about connection, courage and compassion.

Tanya’s Story

Tanya has always been a writer. Since she could hold a pen and make that pen form words, she ran them together to tell stories. 

In 2017 when life had seemed perfect, her then 6-year-old daughter, Lara, was diagnosed with Leukaemia and the world stopped. “After the devastation of those first few weeks lifted, I began noticing that while I was still unbearably sad, there were opportunities within childhood Cancer. Opportunities to feel love and the opportunity to feel deeply connected to the moment” says Tanya.

Writing not only helped me make sense of my experience, when I shared my writing, others felt that I was writing THEIR story.

We all have different experiences, but thread of each story is often something that speaks quite deeply to everyone. 


Tanya freely admits she didn’t reframe her experience from devastation to growth alone, “I was so well cared for by my family and friends, the community, and my staff. I was so lucky. I was able to spend meaningful time with our daughter. I was able to spend time reaching out to other families with childhood cancer and listen to their stories. I dove deep into research, understanding what was happening to my family, my emotions and my coping. Stories were my lifeline. Pulling apart what was happening and building it back together in a way that made sense to me, saved me. Other families with childhood cancer, and those with different life lemons felt connected to what I was saying” says Tanya

In November 2017, six months into her daughter’s Cancer treatment, Tanya founded the childhood cancer charity Bravery Box and began sharing the lessons she was learning in the trenches of childhood cancer at a series of speaking events.



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