Brooke Hanson

OLY OAM, Olympic Gold and Silver Medallist

Peter 'Spida' Everitt
AFL Legend and Media Host

Bec Hardgrave
Qualified Fitness & Health Coach

Ali Plath

Radio host and mother of four

Dr Justin Coulson
Parenting expert, author and media commentator

Eva Milic
Channel 9 news presenter and journalist

  Growing up is tough enough. I can’t imagine how challenging it would be for kids to grow up in the age of social media.

That is why reminding our younger generation to just be kind is so important.

Life Ed Queensland’s, Healthy Harold Hundred is an amazing way to encourage kids and adults to step away from their devices, get active and do something that will benefit both their mindset and physical being. 

Bec Hardgrave is a qualified fitness and health coach. 

Bec recently graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce and works in a Big Four accounting firm in Brisbane. Bec is also a qualified health coach and spends her spare time encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube.

She is passionate about creating easy, delicious recipes and food hacks which have grown her social presence to over 170,000 people. She has released two online recipe eBooks: ‘Fit and Full’ and ‘Healthy Holiday Hacks’ which are available online on her website:  


  There is no place in life for bullying or violence so that’s why my family and I are taking Life Education Queensland’s Healthy Harold Hundred challenge. Join me and my family, together we can make a real difference.

I’m a mother, an Olympian and motivational speaker, I run energy health workshops and can see the strain added screen time and cyber bullying has placed on the mental health of many Australians.

I’m a big believer in disconnecting to reconnect by putting self-care and self -worth first to find balance and avoid burnout. I’m taking the challenge along with my family to support an incredible cause after witnessing the terrible pain the victims of bullying endure.

Diversity is our key to getting moving and achieving goals so as a family we are pledging to do 300km, we will swim, run, bike ride, scoot, skate board, paddle boards, kayak, walk but most importantly raise awareness to break the cycle of bullying and violence in Queensland.

Brooke Hanson OLY OAM, an Olympic Gold and Silver Medallist empowers people to live a purpose driven life, motivating individuals and inspiring organisations to achieve greatness.

Transforming lives through energy management, mindfulness and motivation, taking the importance of energy health performance to new levels.

The swimming star is an Olympic gold and silver medallist, Brooke remains one of Australia’s most recognised Olympians. Brooke is a professional motivational keynote speaker, master of ceremonies, Tedx Speaker, energy health coach, television and radio presenter, media consultant, facilitator, mentor and a healthy active mother.

Her extraordinary personal journey makes audiences smile, laugh, cry and leaves individuals inspired to live a purpose driven life.

She shares how to embrace what’s important through passion, purpose, love, leadership and finding internal strength to persevere in the face of your biggest challenges.


  As a father of four, and now, grandfather as well, I know that the journey to adulthood can have its ups and downs.

As parents, we do our best, but we can’t be there every minute of every day. The work that Life Ed does in teaching kids about making good choices for life, whether that’s around drugs, alcohol, eating well, cybersafety, and learning about respect for self and others, is a big help to parents.

Bullying is a real downer for kids, and that’s why I’m here to support this year’s Healthy Harold Hundred.  

Peter ‘Spida’ Everitt is regarded as one of Australia’s greatest ever ruckmen.

The former Australian rules footballer played for the St Kilda Football Club, Hawthorn, and Sydney Swans. He finished his career having played 291 games in the AFL. He was twice named Best and Fairest and he’s a three-time All Australian. Spida co-hosts the Gold Coast's 92.5 Triple M Breakfast show with Ali Plath and Sean ‘Flan’ Flanagan.

Spida and his wife Sheree own the travel TV show The Great Australian Doorstep, which sees them journey around Australia and the world by motorhome, showing viewers what to see and do in smaller towns. It airs on 7two in Australia as well as on the iTunes store and is the only Australian travel TV show to air in mainland China. They also own their travel radio show of the same name, which airs on 62 stations around Australia on a Saturday and Sunday morning.

Spida competed in the ninth season of Dancing with the Stars and says he’s proud to hold the record for the ‘Worst Ever Contestant’, being the first competitor to be eliminated in that series.

Spida helps dozens of charities and sporting clubs around the country by hosting events and helping to raise funds and awareness.


  Everyone, whether an adult or child, has the right to go to sleep at night as happy and content as humanly possible. There are enough trials and tribulations in life to deal with, without kids having to worry about who doesn’t ‘like’ them or who thinks they’re ‘weird’. Bring on a better-educated world and a kinder place for all children to grow up in and thrive.
Thank you, Healthy Harold and Life Ed, for everything you are doing to tackle the problem of bullying and violence. I love that I can, in a small way, be a part of your mission to teach children respect, empathy, resilience and how to have healthy relationships. Keep up the amazing work and thank you for the opportunity to walk 100kms. I know I will feel happier and healthier!

Ali lights up Triple M’s 92.5 with Flan and Spida each weekday from 5 – 9am.

With stand-up comedy experience behind her, Ali started out doing voluntary community radio, before being talent spotted by media giant Southern Cross Austereo. A training stint at B105 & Triple M Brisbane, led to three years hosting Hobart’s Triple M Breakfast show, followed by a successful run with Zinc 96 on the Sunshine Coast, and her new dream role with Triple M Gold Coast.

Passionate about sport, Ali represented Australia in touch football between 1996 and 2013 in the women’s and mixed open competition. In 2003, she co-captained the Australian Mixed Open at the World Cup in Japan. The team included Benji Marshall who later become a rugby league great. This year, Ali was honoured to be named in the Australian Mixed Open 50 Year Jubilee Team.

She’s also performed in musical theatre in Hobart putting her dancing training on show in We Will Rock You and My Fair Lady.
Ali has four children ranging in age from 14 to 29, two grandchildren and a miniature schnauzer called Jean-Pierre. Read more about Ali’s story on our blog page.


  As a father of six, and founder of Happy Families, I believe there’s no job more important than raising happy healthy children. That’s why I’m proud to support Life Education Queensland, a charity that’s all about empowering children to make safe and healthy choices through education.

This year, I’m getting behind their new fundraising campaign the Healthy Harold Hundred – to help stop bullying and violence. As parents we need to do our best to be good role models, and as a society, we have to keep having conversations about respect, consent, kindness and tolerance – those values and foundations are so important for young people.  

Dr Justin Coulson is one of Australia’s most respected and popular parenting authors, speakers and media commentators. He is sought after for his expertise in family life, relationships, emotional wellbeing and resilience; and is the founder of ‘Happy Families’ which provides a suite of resources, webinars and support to families across Australia and the world.

Dr Coulson earned his PhD in Positive Psychology. He holds an Honorary Fellowship at the University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education in the Centre for Positive Psychology, and he is a Senior Associate at the Positive Psychology Institute.

Dr Coulson has written six books and is a four-time bestselling author. He is an occasional columnist for the New York Times and appears regularly in all of Australia’s major news outlets for television, radio, and print. He’s a TEDx speaker and has worked with many of Australia’s biggest brands including the Commonwealth Bank, Intel Security, ANZ, IHG, Club Med and many more.

He has also served as a consultant to the Australian Government’s Raising Children Network, and the Office of the e-Safety Commissioner, Life Education and others.

Justin lives with his wife and six daughters in Brisbane, Queensland.


   Parenting can be pretty tough going, especially in this digital age. Raising happy, healthy, kind and resilient children is my greatest hope... (and I know that's much easier said than done!)

That's why Life Education programs have always resonated with me. They're age appropriate, engaging, and give our kids invaluable lessons on everything from bullying to social media and fostering positive relationships. You know the saying: "it takes a village."

If parents, schools and the Life Education community can keep working together, I believe, we have the best chance of bringing up well-balanced children.  

Eva Milic is the popular presenter of Nine’s Gold Coast News.

A graduate of St Michael’s College on the Gold Coast, she joined Nine News in 2004 while completing her studies. She has a Bachelor of Business and a master’s degree in journalism and communication.

Throughout her career, Eva has worked as a reporter, weather presenter and anchor of bulletins for the Brisbane News team including the afternoon news for Queensland. Eva was crowned Miss World Australia in 2001 and was fortunate to meet Nelson Mandela when she competed for the Miss World title in South Africa.

A busy mother of two young girls and a sought-after MC, Eva is passionate about being an ambassador for Life Education Queensland and is proud to support our new campaign, the Healthy Harold Hundred.

Together we can step up to stop bullying for our kids

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