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The Resume Creative
Stacey Murray (MAHRI, B.Bus) is the woman behind The Resume Creative, and has been supporting job seekers, career builders, small business owners, bloggers and freelancers to illustrate their greatness for past 8 years. After finishing her Bachelor’s in HR in 2011, and holding a career behind the recruitment desk of some of the world’s largest firms, Stacey had a son (now 3) and changed gears, using her knowledge and passion to help those sitting on the other side of the interview table become more confident and comfortable. Blending modern business and self-marketing techniques and tools with a talent for unearthing (and communicating) the spark of greatness in every person, Stacey believes every individual has something unique and valuable to offer their workplaces, their business clients and customers, and their community.
In her spare time, you can usually find Stacey vision-boarding her way to a renovated Airstream (coffee in hand), or tending the veggie (ok, mostly strawberry) patch with her 3 year old son. Stacey regularly presents a range of workshops to the community, and is currently working on workshop series tailored to small business and events for return to work mothers. If you’d like to keep up to date on upcoming workshops, helpful hints and articles on marketing yourself for the opportunities calling you, then visit @The Resume Creative on Facebook or Instagram, or connect with her on LinkedIn (staceymmurray).
Tammy Tansley Consulting
Tammy has spent over 25 years working in a range of industries and organisations; has published two books, has been a Telstra Business Womens’ Award judge since 2011 and in 2015 also started judging the Telstra Business Awards. Tammy has sat on a number of not for profit boards and is currently a board member for Bridging the Gap. She also has a weekly column with the Sunday Times titled “Human Nature”.
Alicia Curtis is one of Western Australia’s most inspiring social and business entrepreneurs as an award winning speaker, leadership facilitator and community change maker. Alicia has a Masters in Business Leadership and was named in the Westpac and Australian Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence List across Australia. She is the co-founder and inaugural board chair of a women’s giving circle 100 Women.
Gloss Marketing Communications
Katrina has worked in the marketing industry for the last 8 years after completing her Degree in Marketing & Public Relations. Having worked as an Agency Manager at a Digital Agency, she now is a Director of Gloss Marketing Communications, a company she co-founded when her daughter was 8 weeks old. Katrina has also been a speaker at various seminars and for business associations and regularly write blogs on marketing and life as a working Mum.
Having worked in the finance industry for the last 11 years (with 2 of Australia’s major banks) across retail, corporate, commercial and SME, Natalie has developed her passion for collaborating with SME businesses to ensure they have the best finance solutions to enhance the success and growth of their business and personal wealth. Growing up in a family of Small Business owners, Natalie is familiar with SME challenges and she is committed to providing exceptional service and working with her customers throughout the exciting journey of business ownership. Natalie holds a Diploma of Finance and Mortgage Broking Management. In her spare time, Natalie loves travelling with family and enjoys coffee catch ups with friends.
Like many others Heather Gibson was challenged with life as a working wife and mother, learning to juggle the multitude of commitments and errands and spending less time to “smell the roses.
Throughout Heather’s career she experienced an array of industries and positions including PA, Operations Manager, Hospitality, Business Owner and an assortment of administrative and service roles. Having worked in remote locations and also travelled regularly for work Heather understands the need for someone to help with daily errands and tasks when you can’t always be around. Heather’s love of organisation and helping others has been applied and developed over many years and she realised that performing these roles was what gave her the most enjoyment and satisfaction.
Happiest when she is researching, planning, organising and assisting people, Heather recognised that there would be many singles, couples, families, and small businesses that would benefit from having their very own Personal Concierge, hence a new chapter began.
Emma has worked in banking for nearly 10 years in both Retail and Business Banking, in Australia and in the UK. Her passion lies in helping customers get into their first home, starting, or expanding their investment portfolio, building a house, or even refinancing their current mortgage to lower their repayments. With Emma’s expert knowledge and ability to understand your long-term finance goals, she will ensure you are on track to meet all your future plans. Customer service is the top of Emma’s priority list and she will ensure a smooth and hassle-free experience. Emma will be there to support you every step of the way. Outside of office hours, Emma enjoys spending time with her family and friends, particularly those in the UK. Emma also loves her weekend bridge-to-bridge walks around Perth’s iconic Swan River, and enjoying breakfast as a treat after.
Grace is a Certified Practising Accountant (CPA) who runs a Financial Empowerment Consultancy. She has extensive financial, analytical and accounting experience ranging from small business to industry leading multi-national corporations. Her passion is to empower women in small business to better manage their finances and understand the financial health of their organisations enabling strategic decision making.