Congratulations Amy Geach - Hear them Roar

Congratulations to the talented and accomplished Amy Geach, a business owner, entrepreneur, occupational therapist, hand therapy practitioner, educator, motivational speaker and mother, who has been selected to feature in the Women in Business HEAR THEM ROAR video series. The series will celebrate the success of women who have achieved outstanding outcomes while living and working locally. 

Amy is the proud owner of three businesses:

Riverina Hand Therapy; an innovative hand therapy practice that focuses on hand wrist and arm injuries and conditions.

Riverina Kids Therapy; an occupational therapy service for children who require additional support for their development in areas such as fine motor, sensory processing, motor planning and school readiness.

Maida Learning; which provides business support, resources and education to allied health private practices that is modern, easily accessible, relevant and Australian.

Amy graduated from the University of Sydney in 2000 and completed her Masters in Clinical Science (Hand and Upper Limb Therapy) in 2007 from Curtin University in Perth. She is currently completing her MBA. 

Amy's dedication to her profession and building a business has seen her invited to speak at national and international conferences, and present at business development sessions and webinars. In 2010, Amy won Wagga Wagga Professional Business Woman of the Year, and in 2012 took out the Wagga Wagga Crow Award for Most Outstanding Business. In 2014 she was awarded Life Member of the Australian Hand Therapy Association for her dedication to the hand therapy industry across Australia. . In 2015, she won Business Leader at the Wagga Wagga Crow Awards and the Riverina/Murray Awards.

We look forward to seeing Amy's video case study which will be produced by WaggaWagga.TV later this year.