I have over 25 years’ experience of working in the creative, tertiary and community sectors; roles have included manager, project manager, trainer and choreographer.
I specialise in helping people develop plans and strategies that anchor and promote creative and innovative thinking, humane values, and good business.
Having worked both as a creative and as a manager I am ideally placed to help negotiate the processes of turning innovative ideas into deliverable plans.
But why “Dangerous”? I’m actually really very nice! But I am rigorous; I make the people who work with me work 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; I equally enjoy constructing grounded and workable strategies to deal with these.
Qualifications: Graduate Diploma in Arts Administration (RMIT, 2008); Certificate 4 in Small Business Management (2013); Certificate 4 in Training and Assessment (2013); Bachelor of Arts (UNE, 1989).
Recent and current clients include University of Melbourne, Association Of Tertiary Education managers, 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.
Professional Associations: I am a member of the Institute of Learning Professionals.