Malika has a creative flair for story telling. As a comedian and public speaker, Malika blends all of her skills and experiences together, adding funny songs to honest observations about her life.
Malika is a survivor of many years of child abuse, and successfully had her perpetrator sentenced. She is adamant that people set down the shame and set themselves up and speaks about how we can all move forwards positively in our lives with understanding and acceptance.
Resilence and Grattitude
Malika has been accidentally put into an orphanage in Asia as a preschooler, and she once single handedly warded off an armed robber at work. She also rescued her son from a speeding car inside a building, by running towards it and flying through the air, son in arms. It was then that Malika’s alter ego Titanimum was born. Malika knows how to bounce forward from these experiences and gratitude is a big part of how we become resilient.
for Living Life
Working as a funeral celebrant, Malika has seen how so many people are afraid of death, yet it is the only thing that is inevitable in life. She helps people to embrace their and their loved ones mortality in a lighthearted and practical way. By releasing our fears around death, we can live a more positive, present and fulfilled life.
Malika has been a featured speaker and performer at two Reclaim the Night events in Wollongong. Malika is a beloved local artist and teacher, specialising in a music and voice. She has inspired generations of children and parents in the region to develop a love of music, and to play and sing as individuals and with their community. She is also a powerful and extremely articulate public speaker. You could hear a pin drop when she delivered her deeply personal and empowering speech to the 1,000 strong Reclaim the Night audience in 2017. It is with admiration that I recommend Malika for a public speaking event or community-focused organised experience; she is gracious, generous, incredibly articulate, professional, flexible and very competent - a real delight to work with, and a major asset to any arts-focused, healing-centred, and awareness-raising community event"
- Alicia Battestini, Child and Family Counsellor & Groups Facilitator with Relationships Australia / Reclaim the Night Illawarra Committee Member
You were awesome! I love your song and want to get it framed.
Thanks so much for being part of Generation Women.
Malika Elizabeth so great to meet you. Your presentation/ performance was the best self love all the way. And I am now also aspiring to be a golf ball ...
The Illawarra Women's Health Centre has asked Malika to speak on a number of occasions, and we have always been absolutely thrilled with her presentations. Malika carefully tailors her work to each event, whether it be our Annual Gala Dinner or a more intimate setting at the Centre. She speaks with a powerful presence, a strong sense of integrity and truth, and where appropriate, has a lightness of touch and a great sense of humour. She is an absolute professional, incredibly easy to work with and can step into difficult circumstances with generosity, calmness and grace. I couldn’t recommend Malika as a speaker more highly.