I am lucky to have a diverse and eclectic range of experience both within and outside of the events industry. Previous roles in events haveseen me facilitate one of the largest collection moves in UK history, organise major fundraising efforts in NGO and health sector spaces, and empower young people and communities against gender based violence in South Africa.

I have a Bachelors degree in Physics and Philosophy and will soon complete my Masters degree in Practical Ethics from the University of Oxford. I am passionate about the intersection of subjects, varied knowledge and empowering people to use their interests and expertise to create positive impacts for our communities.

This is my first professional role in public mental health sector, but I have always been a passionate advocate of mental health awareness and education, having volunteered as an active listening volunteer with Samaritans UK, providing support to those at risk of suicide and setting up their prison peer to peer training and support scheme.

At CMHL I support the development and delivery of the new Department of Health, Victoria funded Lived, and Living Experience Workforces’ Development Program, assiting in the design and implementation of workforce development initiatives through the planning, coordination and management of events.

Outside of work, you’ll find me curled up with a good book, seeking out Melbourne’s best pastries or enjoying a good glass of wine (maybe even a tipple of whiskey).