Murray is actively involved in the community promoting the generation of local Jobs. As a founding member of The Sourdough Group he, along with the other founding members, has actively worked to promote businesses and jobs in the region through mentoring. The region is fortunate to have a population of experienced individuals keen to mentor businesses and Sourdough has been connecting mentors and mentees for over ten years now. Murray is an active member of the College Board and a promoter of continuous learning.
Her roles include leading the Australian operations of General Electric Medical Systems, Bayer Diagnostics and Applied BioSystems. She was also lucky enough to have the opportunity to work with a venture capital-backed technology start-up in USA before it was successfully sold.
Jennifer served as a Board Director of the Monash Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne, Australia for seven years.
In addition to serving on the board of the Byron Regional Community College, and the Sourdough Sub-Committee, Liz is a member of the steering committee of the Family Law Pathways Network (Northern Rivers Branch), an initiative of the Attorney General’s Department.
As a long-time Byron resident, Fiona is delighted to have moved back to the region full-time. She now works with Sourdough Business Pathways as Mentor Manager, managing the connection of highly experienced business people with local organisations needing advice and guidance with the development of their businesses.
With more than 20 years of administrative experience, Jackie skilfully manages administrative duties behind the scenes and coordinates a myriad of events that Sourdough holds across the region. With a passion for collaboration and knowledge sharing Jackie enjoys her role working with the Sourdough team to support and inspire mentors and mentees, small-med business owners, entrepreneurs and starts ups across the region and beyond.
Jackie adores living in the Northern Rivers area and spends her spare time tending to her small acreage, dancing and being in the great outdoors.
Meagan’s career history spans 20+ years working in varying capacities in a small
management consultancy firm specialising in project feasibilities and regional economic
development. Most recently Meagan has volunteered her time to assist in the creation of a local business group for the Tweed Coast beach villages of Cabarita, Hastings, Pottsville and Wooyung.
Working with SBP and in particular, the mentor program is a natural progression and
Meagan is looking forward to working with SBP mentors and mentees to assist in facilitating this valuable service in the region.