Gill is considered one of the most thought provoking, powerful and life affirming speakers in Australia and the UK. She is known globally as a survivor of the London Terrorist Bombings of 7 July 2005. She survived, but suffered severe and permanent injuries, losing both legs from just below the knee.
Originally from Adelaide, Gill moved to London in 1991. In 2012 Gill returned to Australia, where she now operates nationally and internationally through her not-for-profit M.A.D. for Peace network and her public speaking engagements. Drawing upon her previous roles within the Arts, Gill’s compelling projects and initiatives are aimed at deterring anyone from following the path of violent extremism and building sustainable models for peace.
In her impressive career before the bombings she was at the helm of some of the UK’s most respected media outlets, including the architecture, design and contemporary culture magazine Blueprint, Dangerous Minds design consultancy, and the Design Council.