Judy’s 30 years of diverse experience allows her to focus on what she absolutely love doing – facilitating workshops and giving business, marketing and communications advice.
Most of Judy’s work is with small organisations – either small businesses or arts and cultural bodies.
But she also enjoys working with individuals using the same workshop model to identify where they want to be and how they’ll get there.
Kenzo has completed his certificate in Kindergarten and has excelled in making friends and bringing in cool things to show and tell. One of the highlights from Kenzo’s year in Kindergarten was winning an award for keeping his hands and feet to himself.
From the age of two Kenzo has practised Aikido and can pretty much only roll around, run around and say hi-ya. Kenzo also enjoys swimming, although not in the big pool and is an up and coming breakdancer.
Feedback from Kenzo’s first teacher revealed he was breaching the OH&S standards by continuing to break dance in class with teachers and children around. So far he has not won an award for not breakdancing in class.
Rachel is a high energy, design loving, strategic communications professional who loves to push boundaries. Rachel has had a fascinating federal government communications career from providing crisis communication for disaster zones in Australia to merging three departmental annual reports into one.
Rachel is no stranger to managing high profile, complex communications projects involving organisational transformation, brand strategy, executive communication, internal communication, digital service delivery, niche audiences, multicultural and Indigenous groups, crisis communication, national campaigns, and creative outputs such as web publishing, digital design and video production.
Lucky for Rachel, this experience translates well into the private sector world of Rowdy where she has now found herself learning, growing and being challenged by new ideas and ways of working (and using a Mac every day!).
Llewella has had an extensive career in marketing, communications and media for private enterprise and government. Llewella returned to Australia nine years ago from senior marketing positions with the Guardian Media Group in the UK and Southern Cross Austereo in Asia to work in federal government in Canberra.
During Llewella’s time in federal government she was a senior communications adviser for a Coordinator General, Chief of Staff for the Hon Alan Tudge MP, led a $200 million program to partner with the largest companies in Australia, led communications for the Referendum Council and refocused stakeholder engagement for the Office for Women.
Nicole is an outcome-focused professional who specialises in marketing, communications, business transformation and strategy.
She has held senior management roles in energy, procurement and defence organisations, and managed the internal communications function for more than 3,000 employees during the NSW electricity mergers.
She has a strong track record of leading stakeholders, managers and employees to deliver desired outcomes. And with her unique capacity to think creatively and strategically (all with high attention to detail) she adds immediate value to any team or project.
Nic’s daily purpose is to make people laugh.
Coco spends her days at Rowdy greeting clients at the front door and helpfully escorting staff members from their desks to the kitchen and back.
Bec’s positive and solution-oriented attitude is at the heart of everything she does.
With a career primarily in marketing communications, she also has extensive experience in stakeholder management, business development and strategy.
Working in various industries including; higher-education, financial services, utilities, health and supply-chain management, the common factor has always been a strategic focus combined with effective member, client, or customer communications.
Her ability to switch from strategic thinking to hands-on project management and delivery has been key in achieving results.