My role at MADI is to create meaningful change. I do this through career & leadership coaching, facilitating workshops and providing recruitment solutions. Being authentic, promoting excellence, driving creativity and innovation are the key values of MADI and as Founder, that motivates myself and MADI as a team.
I have an extensive leadership, coaching and recruitment career spanning the past 20 years. I have a Diploma of Professional Coaching, Certificate in Workplace Training & Assessment and am presently studying my MBA – Leadership and am an accredited EverythingDiSC Practitioner and an ICF member. Oh, and I have a Bachelor of Arts – Music (comes in handy at pub trivia nights!) My purpose is purely to motivate and inspire individuals and organisations to elevate themselves to the next level.
On a personal note, I grew up in Brisbane, then in my 20’s spent a few years backpacking around Europe which completely changed my perspective on the world. I did a short stint living in Perth, and eventually moved to Melbourne which had been a long-held dream. I love the architecture, food & wine, the arts, fashion, the people and the general vibe. I love hanging with my dog Maggie, am a massive foodie & coffee snob and most days you’ll find me doing morning walks around Melbourne or at my favourite yoga studio.
My role at MADI is to essentially provide support across the marketing & admin side of the business. I run the social media accounts, create visual content, review analytics to determine trends and growth areas, and get involved in really anything to do with marketing!
I hold a BCom, Double Major in Marketing and International Business and am currently undertaking my Diploma of Counselling. I am a big psychology and philosophy nerd (and if you follow our socials, you may notice this from some of the books we share on there). I really enjoy being creative and knowing my work is connecting with people. It is important for me to work for a company that is focused on making a real change for their clients.
On a personal note, my best friend and I had an eight-hour layover in Melbourne on our way to Indonesia, and as I had never been, we took a quick trip to the city. We booked our flights to move as soon as we got back home (Wellington, NZ). I’ve been living in Melbs for nearly two years and absolutely love it! It was a running joke in my family that all my teachers would describe me as “bubbly” on my school reports. I think people would say I am friendly, out-going, and a good listener – and maybe that I take too long to get ready…