We’re a core team with diverse skills and un-like minds that meld together to create unexpected outcomes. We communicate, we write, we deliberate, we talk, we have fun. Most of all we care about our clients, our communities and our world. Sometimes we introduce “guest specialists” to our team and they have so much fun, they don’t want to leave! All our people are qualified experts with substantial government, business and NGO experience. Our mix of quantitative and qualitative expertise is unique.
Tracey is a community builder and sustainability specialist. She has developed and driven sustainable development projects across Australia. Tracey has a long-term commitment to address social change through building the capacity of individuals, communities and organisations through citizen-led policy development.
Marcia Baker is Working Visions’energetic and extremely efficient administration coordinator. Marcia was usually seen busily scribing at community engagement events but she’s currently off travelling around Australia, however she still manages to keep our administration running like clockwork!
Jo is a self-proclaimed pracademic, dedicated to lifelong learning and passionate about professional development. As a community services Educator Jo has seven years teaching experience in vocational education and training and the tertiary education arena.
With over 18 years’ experience in the industry, Michael is Working Visions’ specialist consultant for infrastructure and environmental projects, including transport and water projects.
Miranda joined our team in 2017 and is our specialist in motion and graphic design. She is also a whizz with support around statistics, data and research. Based in our Melbourne office, when she’s not whipping up a video for one of our clients, she’s off studying for a double degree in Science and Arts at Monash University.
Craig recently departed Gladstone Regional Council after eight years as Communications and Marketing Advisor and is currently based between the Sunshine Coast and Gladstone
Julie’s roles have ranged from media and public relations, policy advisor, to senior management over 18 years with the QLD Government.