SBW Byron Chapter Committee
Originally from the mecca of startups in California, she has over a decade of experience working with numerous tech startups and high-calibre companies, such as Pixar and IDEO. She established Cultivate Consulting to do what she loves: see leaders and their business grow together.
When she’s not collaborating with clients, you can find her at the beach or on the yoga mat.
Well she’s a lass with 30+ years’ experience in the marketing industry cutting her teeth with small independent publishers then moving to the heady heights of working with brands including Royal Mail, The Body Shop, Gillette, Marie Claire and United Business Media.
Moved to Byron 21 years ago, worked as Editor on Northern Rivers Business Magazine for 12 years and runs a successful merchandising company Merch Solutions. Soon to be launching her copywriting business Moy Words Work as this has been a growing part of her working week, telling stories for business and encapsulating their ‘why’.
Loves our local community of humans and animals, is vice chair for local charity The SHIFT Project and volunteers with the Turtle and Seabird Rescue in Ballina.
With deep understanding of the interrelationship of people and culture to business success, Justine’s accomplishments are grounded in her ability to create and lead organisational culture characterised by a sense of belonging. She creates environments where teams enjoy what they do and feel rewarded and appreciated.
When she is not working at Elements of Byron, you will find her renovating with her partner and spending time with their beloved pets.
With bags of creativity, imagination, intuition and a smouldering contempt for sameness she provides businesses with bespoke graphic design to encapsulate their business personality.
Cutting her design teeth in advertising and design studios around Melbourne, she dabbled in all manner of creative disciplines. Good typography became her thing. This stemmed from early beginnings in magazines, together with a gig redesigning Melbourne’s broadsheet newspaper, The Herald-Sun and later as a team member creating the artwork for every item of signage at Parliament House in Canberra - and we mean every item… from the inlaid brass letters in the forecourt granite, to those lovely little square glass signs outside the MP’s offices. Oh, the joy of being paid to tell politicians where to go!
As a business owner Prue understands the challenges being the chief of everything can bring and is delighted to be part of Sourdough Business Women to bring support to other women who experience the same.