Dangerous Who?

As a skilled and experienced writer, facilitator, interviewer, and trainer, I am able to open up meaningful dialogue, analyse emergent narratives, and synthesise themes and issues into meaningful insights, implementable recommendations, and useful content.

In my past work as a technical and creative writer, manager, project manager, workplace trainer, community development worker, and theatre maker, I draw on a breadth of experience that allows me to adapt to the needs and tone of any workplace. I am particularly adept at transferring information between disciplines and using my communication skills to ensure smooth dialogue between stakeholders.

Drawing on 30 years’ experience in the public, community, and creative sectors, I approach my work with originality, imagination, professionalism, and a deep empathy for the needs of the client.


But why “Dangerous”? I’m actually really very nice! But I am rigorous; I make the people who work with me work their imaginations, intellects, and emotional intelligence hard and I ask lots of probing questions. Do not be fooled by my quiet pleasant exterior!

I enjoy talking about wild ideas, risky endeavours and things that are messy and problematic. An instinctive sense-maker, I am always on the lookout for hidden patterns.


Recent and current clients include Monash College, University of Melbourne, Association Of Tertiary Education Managers, Questo, schmiq, Scarf, The Moreland Group, The City of Greater Dandenong, The Entrepreneur Whisperer, Springvale Learning and Activity Centre, The Big Bang Studios, and various and diverse consultants, entrepreneurs, designers and artists.


See? I'm bloody LOVELY!
See? I’m bloody LOVELY!


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