Georgia has over 25 years of experience in the not-for-profit sector. Her career began as a youth worker, working across a range of sectors including supporting unemployment initiatives, newly arrived migrants, and young women. She then focused on community participation strategies within community health and housing sectors.

Her career evolved as she moved into training and education in the volunteer sector, where she played a key role in professionalising the field, delivering training, managing state and national conferences, and contributing to the development of training resources and curricula.

Georgia’s journey in quality management includes roles as a quality manager, auditor, and manager of accreditation programs, working across various standards. In her most recent position with a large disability provider, she supported the introduction of the NDIS and the implementation of best practices across multiple processes.

Her extensive background in service delivery across diverse roles enables Georgia to help teams develop quality processes that are effective and meaningful for them, their clients, and the organisation.

Outside of work, Georgia is a proud mother of two daughters, has a passion for travel, and actively leads several community groups.