Clear Spot Club is a place for IDEAS.
Founded in Sydney in 2016, Clear Spot aims to get experts from different fields discussing the day to day: issues at work, broken hearts, anxiety, drugs, sex and much more.
From philosophers to economists and musicians to film theorists, Clear Spot speakers will explore mainstream and alternative ideas, offer straight and contrarian advice, and hopefully rouse punters.
The club is run by Jackie Dent, a journalist, curator and communications expert with over 20 years of diverse experience with a range of mainstream organisations. She has reported for the Sydney Morning Herald, SBS, the New York Times and Monocle, amongst many other media outlets. She curated talks for the Ethics Centre and Tedx Sydney.
Jackie has also served as a spokesperson for the United Nations in a number of war-torn countries. In Afghanistan, she helped raise awareness about hunger and malnourishment amongst the poor, and also covered a range of social and security issues, including shocking rates of maternal mortality and Taliban attacks on food convoys. In Pakistan, she worked on the emergency operation which helped deal with the aftermath of devastating floods. She has also worked for the UN in North Ossetia and South Sudan.
She has organised fundraisers for the not-for profit Skateistan, advised consumer advocacy group CHOICE and written about how you don't need to wear white gloves when reading old manuscripts. She has helped track ghost stories in rural Australia and explored family and friendship in the Lebanese community.
You can read more about Jackie here.
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