Changing the way Australia's youth picture their future 

Aimee specializes in showing teens and young adults that they don't always have to take the traditional pathway & to encourage them to take a step out of their comfort zone to achieve the extraordinary. 

Growing up, Aimee was a troubled & depressed young girl with no dreams or aspirations who got expelled from her high school. She is now a driven young individual who went on to achieve more than she could ever imagine.


After school, Aimee started training to become a beautician before she realised a qualification in plumbing was far more aligned to her skill set and personality.


She believes that growth occurs personally and professionally when you are willing to step beyond your comfort zone. In 2017 she challenged herself by walking solo from Melbourne to Canberra – highlighting her resourcefulness, resilience and ability to create

and share content that captivated many people. A couple of months later she was a contestant on the reality TV program Australian Survivor.

Her exposure through this program gave her the opportunity to further express her love of helping teens to change their lives & chase their dreams with a positive mind set.

Aimee has been featured in multiple newspapers, magazines, television shows and other media outlets including Channel 10’s ‘Studio 10’ where she was a guest co-host. She was also recently highlighted in the Herald Sun for walking 24 hours non-stop to raise money & awareness for Cerebral Palsy.


Aimee is currently working as an ambassador for TAFE Victoria; helping and inspiring teens to explore a broader range of opportunities for their future.

Thanks so much for viewing my website. If you have any questions please get in contact with me via email or the contact form. 

I look forward to hearing from you!

Aimee Stanton

Lilydale, VIC, Australia.