Rebecca Tallon de Havilland

Rebecca Tallon de Havilland

Rebecca Tallon de Havilland

Rebecca wears many professional hats. Having started her career as a sought after hairstylist for faRebecca Tallon de Havillandshion shoots, the Eurovision song contest, and celebrity clients, she then went on to own and operate Tallon Model Agency (now Assets) in the 80’s and 90’s.

Since writing her biography in the well-received book ‘His Name is Rebecca’, she is now a sought after public speaker and has spoken at various events all over Europe with the Terrence Higgins Trust. Rebecca has roles with the HSE and 56 Dean Street as a Peer Support Worker, HIV Awareness campaigner and Project B

 Rebecca found time in her schedule to also become the first transgender woman in Ireland and the first person to hold an Irish passport in their reassigned gender. Rebecca’s brave and eventful journey has paved the way for others to live their life as their true selves and the appetite for her story just keeps growing.

Rebecca Tallon de Havilland This remarkable life story is so interesting in itself, but the added charm and wit of Rebecca’s delivery in her various interviews really hits the mark with viewers, listeners and readers – particularly her interview on the Petty Little Things podcast.

Rebecca Tallon de Havilland

Most recently, Rebecca made headlines for taking a stand and resigning as Editor of Transgender Affairs at Boyz Magazine.   She has been inundated with requests for interviews on podcasts as well as appearances and talks.

 

To book Rebecca Tallon de Havilland for your event, or to discuss your requirements, email  info@carolandassociates.com or call  01 235 2570.

 

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