Judith McAdam author of The Source will be in conversation at Wonderlust with Andrew Hyland and Kellie O’Rourke. Judith incorporates theory and 21st century human experience, specialising on issues around health, relationships, finance, career and much more. She has translated her body of work into a book, The Source: Connect to Your Inner Power and Create Your Own Reality, containing 7 steps for deliberately creating what you desire in your life. The Source synthesises her knowledge to reveal the universal principles that unite us all, with the over-riding message that our greatest power lies within us. As a mother, author, theologian, kinesiologist, life coach, course facilitator and inspirational speaker, Judith inspires people to tap into their unique creative intelligence and step into their true potential realising their personal and higher purpose in this life.
Judith is the mum of twin sons and a beautiful daughter she is also an author, theologian, kinesiologist, life coach, course facilitator and inspirational speaker.
Throughout her career Judith has been inspiring women and men to tap into their unique creative intelligence and step into their true potential realising their personal and higher purpose in this life. Judith weaves together the ancient and the new drawing on mystical theological traditions and connecting this information to contemporary psychology and science in an accessible and impactful way.
She is currently developing a body of work that incorporates a co-creative and collaborative future for women and men that will serve to bridge us out of the old systems that no longer serve us.
Her process taps into the creative zeitgeist connecting to world luminaries like John O’Donohue, Wayne Dyer, Louise L Hay and Gabrielle Bernstein while also drawing deep from the well of ancient feminine mysticism.
Andrew Hyland was formerly a Marriage Equality Director, and founder and Director of Communications for Yes Equality, the campaign which successfully worked to secure a Yes vote in the Irish Marriage Equality Referendum on May 22, 2015.
Andrew has been an activist across issues including HIV & AIDS, LGBT youth issues, Marriage Equality & Traveller rights. He worked for two global PR companies, and ran his own PR consultancy for a number of years.
Andrew was a tutor in UCD for an undergraduate programme on social justice & inequality in Ireland, and was a mentor for Women on Air, a community of like-minded women and men who want to hear and see more women on the airwaves.
Andrew is a qualified yoga teacher, has written extensively for various publications and is a contributor to the book, Crossing the Threshold: The Story of the Marriage Equality Movement.
Now happily working for Google, Andrew divides his time between his beloved family, friends, career and keeping grounded in the day-to-day of life.
Kellie O’Rourke brings her international talent as a creative producer to Ireland. After a total of 8 years living overseas and having toured with one of the worlds biggest bands, Kellie’s now based out of Dublin.
Previously Kellie worked in Sydney for Curious Film producing TVC’s for The All Blacks, The Australian Cricket team and Vodafone to name a few. Kellie is most at home at the centre of everything, using her strategic, creative and multi-tasking skills along with her passion for people to make everything tick along smoothly.
Before life as a producer, Kellie worked as a business strategist, project leader & communications director in the finance & entertainment arena for 10 years. She blends international experience in multinational investment banking, global financial services and the music and film industry.