A proud South African, living with my proud Tirolean husband in beautiful Innsbruck. I do lots of things at work and at play, which is a good thing just as well otherwise I’d die of boredom.
Here’s a quick introduction to me. If you think that there’s a useful conversation to be had, let’s go for cocktails.
If you want to learn more about how I can help professionally,
let’s go for cocktails take a look about what what I do work-wise.
In my twenty-something years of travelling the globe, I’ve settled down to live and work in 6 countries on 4 continents.
I have worked in the arts world, the corporate world and the academic world. I’ve founded startups in pyjamas, run them in fancy suits, published a book, turned my back on a thriving business in order to try something new, and now I’m happily pursuing a portfolio career that allows me to put my unusual set of skills and experience to work in different combinations.
As a communication specialist, I work as a marketing and communication consultant for corporates, a science communication trainer for scientists, and a communication skills trainer for individuals and groups. I am also a professional oral storyteller and I put on storytelling shows a couple of evenings a month.
If you’re interested in what I do professionally or want to work with me, this is where you need to be.
On a personal note
Avid reader, fish-hugger, ENFP bordering INFP, scuba diver, star gazer, storyteller, writer, and morning person. Love walking barefoot, jumping in puddles, losing myself in a good book, bringing people together, throwing parties, cycling around town in a sundress and a big hat, drinking wine, history, vivid colours, cooking up a storm, the ocean, birdsong, basil, writing, walking (not hiking), people watching, tea, playing with words, growing chillies, telling stories and hopping on a train, plane, or other mode of transportation to travel just about anywhere.
Fancy a chat?
Maybe we’ve met and had a random conversation and you’d like to connect. Get in touch and let’s see what happens.