BA LLB BBUS(Hons)(1st Class) GDLP GAICD PhD Scholar
I specialise in arenas where companies, organisations or people need some help from the 'outside'. I fill 'gaps' in an organization that exist in a particular discipline, experience level, or accumulated knowledge base. Organisations can speed up decision-making, time to market, or cost reductions with proven solutions. The highest level of experience, personal network and know-how, applied to your toughest challenges, for just the right amount of time. Combining the best from the inside with the brightest from the outside. I use my multiple skills to consult, advise and drive problem-solving for organisations.This “multiplier-effect” cannot be duplicated internally without significant addition to headcount and expense. I help connect strategy, social impact and value to your business value for markets and investors through improved business behaviour. I apply this knowledge and effort voluntarily to Currie Country a family cousin consortium business model, which demonstrates how to create local and regional economies, through social value for the S/M business owners and the broader community.
Currie Country - y.com
100 Good Things Good Foods NSW - Currie Country
Jock Zonfrillo - Native Food Panel - In this Climate Podcast - Indiana University -
Strategic specialist in providing commercial advice to public and private sector organisations on business and governance improvement, government interaction + investment management to achieve both economic + social sustainability. This is the result of her role as social sustainability manager for the Barangaroo a 6 Billion dollar project, her vast experience in infrastructure, housing + land law, + her passion + experience in Trusts + Native Title. Advising + delivering insight, expertise + improving behavioral economic influences to the Boardroom positively.
Good Business Matters
What I’ve Learned - 'to inspire you must do'
Griffith University QLD
Doctorate PhD Scholar 'Race and Investment'
The purpose of the study is to determine how implicit race bias affect investment decision-making with an aim of emboldening behavioural economic decision making with a method that protects or prevents reactionary racial bias. The focus is on determining how Australian actors’ implicit attitudes, motives and strategies influence their principles, and skills and commitment to CSR moral and ethical requirements when making investment decisions that have social value on Aboriginals wellbeing. This study explores the behavioural economics functions of CSR, social impact investing (SII), social return on investment (SROI) and Venture Philanthropy (VP), and social impact bonds (SIB).