So who are the presenters? 

Who is George Catsi?

George is a Communication/Transformation expert with a Transdisciplinary focus in business, education and creative producing. As a national award-winning performance writer he is passionate about story and how we communicate complex ideas in creative, and engaging ways whilst maintaining authenticity.   
He's open to conversation/opportunity 

(PM Anthony Albanese’s March 2021 endorsement sums him up) 
Most of us would be happy if we could point to one thing we did that improved our community; George Catsi was never going to stop at just one. 
George ίs a powerhouse of boundless energy and creativity, one who ίs guided by an instinct to draw people together from different walks of life. Thanks in no small part to George's drive and vision, Petersham Bowlo has become a great crossroads of cultural, political and social life for our community. 
He is a great communicator, educator, facilίtator and entertainer. ln a world of marketing and image, George is the real deal. 

(Confirmation of this endorsement available on request) 

George is national AWGIE winner plus winner of the Denton Fellowship for courage & excellence in performance writing for his satirical evangelical comedy I Want to Be Slim. He’s written and performed his comedic memoir show Am I Who I Say I Am? across 4 seasons. Co-created, wrote and performed in satirical comedy cabaret trio Gods Cowboys that toured extensively in Australia. 

George co-created + co-presents - Authentic You Media and Training. Training people and businesses to have deep connection to their authentic voice and storytelling when presenting. 

As President of the Petersham Bowling Club (voluntary), George led the push that transformed a dying inner-city club by removing poker machines and creating a thriving award winning art, music and community hub. He’s become a champion of Poker machine-free clubs. 

As an educator his PhD explored persuasive performance and selling of truth by evangelicals against a background of satire. George brings real-world experience as senior lecturer in the JMC Master of Creative Industries. He’s taught in Design Thinking, Animation, Media Arts and Communications facilitating creative, innovative and entrepreneurial outcomes. He is a regular invited teacher of the Transdisciplinary Faculty of UTS.   

As a speaker George has presented on topics including Creativity; Perceptions of Evil and Human Wickedness; Satire; and National Identity. George has been a host on ABC Sydney Radio and his installation/projection art counterpoints place and space, displacing people through humour or juxtaposed imagery.