Lorelei joined the Management Committee in early 2017. As a marketing communication consultant, she focusses on the not-for-profit sector and has extensive experience providing strategic advice at a senior level, having developed and implemented a range of award-winning programs. She currently provides business development support for 139 Club, Queensland’s largest drop-in and support coordination centre for homeless people.
Links with her previous work in infrastructure and construction are maintained through her position on the Infrastructure Association of Queensland (IAQ) board. She established, chaired and still holds a position on the IAQ Membership, Events and Communication Sub-Committee.
Lorelei has been providing Access Arts with communication advice since 2015, most recently assisting with a marketing communication strategy to assist the organisation to be NDIS ready. She is committed to driving strong results that deliver tangible benefits while working collaboratively.