I’m passionate about changing the world for women and girls.
I’m the co-founder of an amazing non-profit organisation called One Girl. We give girls access to education. We’re currently working in Sierra Leone, West Africa.
I blog to awaken a new generation of feminine leaders.
I speak to inspire people to follow their dreams and change the world.
MY PAST LIFE
When I was 21 I threw myself into the world of property investment. I purchased my first city apartment a few weeks before my 22nd birthday.
When I was 23 I started a web design company that turned over $130,000 in the first 12 months.
When I was 24, I created a project called ‘Week for Darfur’. It featured a multimedia exhibition at Federation Square, awareness rally and SMS campaign. I also travelled to Sierra Leone to help build a primary school. It ‘changed’ me. Six months later I co-founded One Girl.
When I was 26, I decided that I’d had enough of working 12 hour days in Melbourne. I sold my apartment and moved to Bali. In Bali, I completed my Yoga Teacher Training with the goal of becoming a Venus Yoga Teacher. (Venus Yoga is specifically tailored for women and girls).
Now that I’m 27, I’m getting down to business. One Girl is on the cusp of something epic, and it’s my responsibility to see that we do what we can to change the lives of millions of girls around the world.
Not so long ago I was recognised as.. Melbourne’s Top 100 Most Influential People (The Age, 2011), Top 30 Under 30 Entrepreneurs (Anthill, 2011), Architect of the Future Award (Waldzell, 2012), School for Social Entrepreneur Fellow (2010), Australia’s Brightest Young Minds (BYM Foundation, 2010).