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Dr Rebecca Huntley

Dr Rebecca Huntley is a researcher, author and social commentator with a background in publishing, academia and politics. Rebecca Huntley is one of Australia’s most prominent researchers on social and consumer trends and is currently Director of Research and Insights for Mamamia.

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Dr Rebecca Huntley's Biography

Dr Rebecca Huntley is a researcher, author and social commentator with a background in publishing, academia and politics. Rebecca Huntley is one of Australia’s most prominent researchers on social and consumer trends and is currently Director of Research and Insights for Mamamia.

 

For nearly nine years Rebecca was the director of The Mind & Mood Report, Australia's longest running social trends report, founded by Hugh Mackay. She worked closely with organisations, public and private, large and small, across Australia on social trends, consumer attitudes, helping them understand the mind-set of Australians.

 

She is a regular speaker, chair and forum guest at conferences. Rebecca is the author of numerous books; The World According to Y: Inside the New Adult Generation, Eating Between the Lines: Food and Equality in Australia, The Italian Girl, and Does Cooking Matter?.

 

She was a feature writer for Australian Vogue and a columnist for BRW. She is a regular participant at writers and ideas festivals across the country.

 

Rebecca is also a broadcaster. In 2014, she was the presenter of RN Drive on a Friday. She currently co-hosts a podcast with journalist Sarah Macdonald, Just Between Us, which explores a variety of issues of interest to women over 40.

 

Rebecca is a sought after commentator on social trends on radio, in print and on television. She is a regular guest on Q&A, The Drum and has appeared on Gruen Planet and Media Circus.


 

Speaking Topics Include

  • Social Trends

  • Consumer Sentiment