Maddison O’Grady

Maddison is a student advocate campaigner and entrepreneur who’s passionate about mental health and education.


Maddison runs her own business “High Tide” which provides mental health education workshops to high Schools.

Maddison is also a facilitator at the Reach Foundation and last year ran workshops for over 2,000 students through both of these organisations.

Maddison has spoken to the United Nations on human rights and the sustainable development goals; she will be speaking at Commission of the Status of Women (CSW) this March in New York at the United Nations Headquarters.

For her work Maddison has been awarded the NSW Young Achiever of the Year for Community Service and Leadership, a Youth Order of Australia and was the first Australian to make the finals for the Dalia Lama Peach fellowship.