A plumber, a reality TV star, an adventurer and a DIY specialist walk into a bar… Wait! That’s just Aimee Stanton. A dynamic speaker and presenter, Aimee leverages the power of her own non-traditional story to challenge and inspire teens and young adults through her workshop program “How to Adult.”
After walking from Melbourne to Canberra solo because someone told her she couldn’t; she soon after became a contestant on Australian Survivor. Aimee then used her platform to encourage others to change their lives through positive mindset. A guest co-host for Channel 10’s ‘Studio 10,’ she shares DIY projects with the segment’s 65,000 viewers, as well as being a well-known face in the media for passionately advocating females in the construction industry.
Aimee currently serves as an ambassador for TAFE Victoria, and a presenter for Yarra Ranges Life TV. Both on and off camera,
Aimee strives to build authentic connections
with audiences, crews, and co-stars.
AIMEE IS THE AMBASSADOR FOR TAFE VICTORIA
Aimee's brand & appearance is increasingly being used in organisational campaigns, including the #TafeWillTakeYouThere campaign, which is currently advitised on trams, billboards & buses across Victoria at the moment.
AIMEE WALKED 24 HOURS STRAIGHT SOLO FOR CEREBRAL PALSY
Aimee loves stepping out of her comfort zone, so walking 24 hours straight in the pouring rain was a great challenge for her which supported a great cause.
'AIMEE STANTON - THE NOMAD PLUMBER.'
Aimee recently undertakes an interview with the renowned blogger 'The Plumbette'. It covers challenges, a typical day for Aimee & how she was able to travel the world & work