About Me


I was born in 1975 in Sydney, Australia. After finishing Year 12 at my local public high school, I completed a degree in Manufacturing Management at the University of Technology in Sydney.

I have spent over 20 years working in various organisations in Australia and overseas. Whilst my career started in the manufacturing industry, my love of new challenges has opened up opportunities across a range of industries including; FMCG, Financial Services, Utilities, Health & Care.

In 2017 I participated in a Women’s Leadership Retreat. It was a pivotal experience for me.  I formed a hypothesis that many successful leaders who rise to the top of their profession are propelled by “high achiever” attributes which are fuelled by a hidden darkness – feelings of low self-worth.

I feel compelled to play a role in helping leaders make sense of that voice inside their head that tells them that they are not worthy and that they are not good enough. Most if all, I want them to know that they are not alone. For this reason, I created this blog to collect and share stories that explore the power of Connected Leadership.

You can connect with me on LinkedIn. I welcome all connections and contributions.