More than 15 years’ experience spanning journalism, public relations, corporate communications and change management. Contracting to government (state and federal), banks, boutique investor relations firms (biotech), large corporates and small start-ups:
Projects and workplaces
Media and Public relations
Workplace change and communications specialist
Certified change management practitioner
Lover of interiors and beautiful design
More than 15 years’ experience spanning media, public relations, corporate communications and change management.
I began my career as a print journalist and left the media industry in 2009, just as it was being disrupted by digital. Excited by the power of the brave new online world for storytelling, I began contracting to different government agencies and large corporates, bringing fresh skills in digital media to my roles in corporate communications.
With such expansive experience working across many facets of communications, I’m a skilled strategist with an ability to foresee (and mitigate) challenges before they arise.
As a writer, I’ve developed particular expertise in life sciences and biotech, working with companies to decode scientific jargon into simpler messaging so they can reach and influence more audiences. I’m a plain-English enthusiast; nothing gets me more excited than an editing task to break down complex subjects into something simple.
As a corporate communications and engagement specialist, I recently formalised my experience in change management by becoming a certified change practitioner. I enjoy the problem-solving called for when working on change projects.
A people person, I’m an ENFP who loves opening up possibilities and exploring ideas. You might catch me citing my fascination with human behaviour as an excuse to binge watch the Real Housewives.
I’m currently indulging my love of interiors and beautiful design by completing a Statement of Attainment in Interior Styling through Sydney Design School. I’m writing about interiors and sustainable living for The Carousel.