Originally from Wellington, New Zealand, I've taken a path through graphic design and into the not-for-profit sector, picking up communications, marketing and volunteer management experience along the way.
I'm inspired by people and organisations who do well by doing good, and I use my skills in service of that – in whatever combination they're needed.
I've designed things; run fundraising appeals; organised events; managed volunteers; set up and improved systems; generated positive media coverage; created content for and managed websites, email newsletters and social media; and done the odd bit of public speaking.
If I believe in what I'm doing, you can bet I'll get stuck in and give it everything I've got.
After graduating in 2004, I spent eight years in graphic design, working for various creative agencies, and with a range of clients including those in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. I’ve worked in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom in permanent and freelance positions.
From 2010 through to 2012, I freelanced extensively with the London Transport Museum, where I worked on graphic design for exhibitions.
I returned to New Zealand in 2012, and moved into the not-for-profit sector when I joined Kaibosh Food Rescue.
I've held various roles within the organisation, covering volunteer management, marketing and communications.
In 2016, I was invited to be a foundation member of Super Diverse Women, an organisation aiming to recognise, empower and inspire diverse women leaders throughout Australasia.
- Graduate Certificate in Not for Profit Management. Unitec (2016).
- Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication), First Class Honours. Massey University, Wellington (2004).