Previously, I co-founded yMedia, an award-winning New Zealand social enterprise that produced digital campaigns for charities and helped students gain meaningful work experience.
I also led digital projects for clients across the private, public, and community sectors, which took me inside the United Nations in New York and 10 Downing Street in London.
I’m currently writing ‘Long May You Run: A Global Nomad’s Search for Home‘ and ‘The Lean Graduate: How to Escape the Quarter Life Crisis Without Finding Your Passion’. I also write for the Huffington Post and for the Escape blog.
My interests include developing online content businesses for education and psychology; digital bibliotherapy; using the flipped classroom in the chasm between education and employment; growth hacking on a limited budget and the realities of implementing conscious capitalism.
I’m based in London but grew up as a Third Culture Kid and remain pretty nomadic.