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Nikki Bush

Internationally recognized parenting expert, author, media thought leader and human potential expert, Nikki Bush, has helped hundreds of thousands of parents to build fabulous relationships with their children by turning very ordinary, everyday moments into extraordinary memories. Nikki helps today’s busy parents to future-proof their children despite their busyness, against the backdrop of a digital world. Her wisdom, creativity and practical ideas are the solution for parents who are long on love and short on time.
Nikki’s work is fueled by her passion for play, connection and relationships. She is a sought- after international speaker and co-author of three bestselling books:  Future-proof Your Child (Penguin), Easy Answers to Awkward Questions (Metz Press) and Tech-Savvy Parenting (Bookstorm), as well as a number of e-books.
She Africa’s #1 parenting educator and is the go to person for the media regarding anything to do with child development and parenting, racking up over 140 interviews a year including a weekly slot on SABC TV3’s Expresso and Radio 702’s Weekend Breakfast Show. She is a guest lecturer at Henley Business School, Wits Business School and the Gordon Institute of Business Science.
In 2016 Nikki received her CSP™ (Certified Speaking Professional) designation from the National Speakers Association in the US. It is the highest earned international recognition for professional speakers who speak for a living. Nikki is one of just over 600 speakers in the world to hold this designation. In South Africa she become the 10th speaker to acquire her CSP.
Nikki lives in Johannesburg with her two sons. Prior to becoming a widow in 2017 she had been married for 26 years. Image courtesy of
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