In the News

On her journey in raising awareness of Myella Group's mission, its Founder, Sabrina MJ Constantin has been featured in many podcasts, radio shows, newspapers and magazines where she shared her wisdom and experiences with people all over the world such as UK, USA and Australia to fuel their mindset and empower themselves to take control of their lives. 


Episode 03 of Raising Financial Freedom Podcast Series

Listen to Sabrina, featuring in Episode 03 - 'Empowering Your Child' of Raising Financial Freedom Podcast series hosted by Eric Yard. Here, Sabrina talks about how she taught her children about finances and introduces her book Budgeting 101: Empowering Children to Become Financially Independent

Live interview at Chat and Spin - UK Radio 

Sabrina was interviewed by Ron Clarke at Chat and Spin Radio's Saturday Weekend show, where she spoke about books that she has written, what inspired her to write the books and how the listeners can purchase her published books. Here, she highlighted her best-seller - Budgeting 101: Empowering Children to Become Financially Independent 

News article on Berwick Star News paper 

Sabrina was interviewed by Journalist Jamie Salter of Star News Group for an interview for the Berwick edition of Star News. There she speaks about how she started Myella Group, their engagement and experiences in inspiring individuals and how the business plans on moving forward in their mission in empowering others. 


Feature in Talking Business magazine by City of Greater Dandenong

Sabrina was interviewed by Talking Business magazine September 2019 edition issued by the City of Greater Dandenong where she talks about how she is running Myella Group, raising awareness of disabilities in the society whilst being vision impaired herself and how the LaunchME program helped her to develop the business.

Myella Group at 'In the Driver's Seat' event by Vision Australia & Warrandyte Lions Club

Sabrina represented Myella Group at "In the Driver's Seat', an event organized by Vision Australia and Warrandyte Lions Club to allow people with low/no vision to experience what it's like to drive. Here, she presented a demo of our collection and shared her story of how the business came into being.