Llewella has had an extensive career in marketing, communications and media for private enterprise and government. Llewella returned to Australia nine years ago from senior marketing positions with the Guardian Media Group in the UK and Southern Cross Austereo in Asia to work in federal government in Canberra.
During Llewella’s time in federal government she was a senior communications adviser for a Coordinator General, Chief of Staff for the Hon Alan Tudge MP, led a $200 million program to partner with the largest companies in Australia, led communications for the Referendum Council and refocused stakeholder engagement for the Office for Women.
As part of Rowdy’s client team, Ann supports the strategy team, becoming the reliable point of contact for clients, and coordinating campaigns. Ann has a real passion for connecting with people from all walks of life and has always found herself working in the space of social impact.
Prior to joining Rowdy, Ann worked in Singapore as a marketing and communications professional for a global media business and then a food and beverage start-up. Her experience spans across organising launch events, coordinating press efforts across the APAC region, managing content strategies, and driving digital marketing campaigns. In her current position, Ann focuses on helping clients create brand content that is conversational, engaging and adds value to people’s lives. She is a firm believer in the power of social media to connect consumers to brands.
Kenzo has completed his certificate in Kindergarten and has excelled in making friends and bringing in cool things to show and tell. One of the highlights from Kenzo’s year in Kindergarten was winning an award for keeping his hands and feet to himself.
From the age of two Kenzo has practised Aikido and can pretty much only roll around, run around and say hi-ya. Kenzo also enjoys swimming, although not in the big pool and is an up and coming breakdancer.
Feedback from Kenzo’s first teacher revealed he was breaching the OH&S standards by continuing to break dance in class with teachers and children around. So far he has not won an award for not breakdancing in class.
Donna is an advertising heavyweight who knows how to connect businesses with their audiences.
As a senior leader for Australian Radio Network and Southern Cross Austereo, Donna managed $20 million budgets and large teams to solve business challenges for Australian and global businesses including McDonald’s, Actewagl, Westfield, Domayne, John McGrath Auto Group and Toyota.
Having worked in complex environments and managing sensitive and confidential information, Donna has a demonstrated ability to partner collaboratively with staff, stakeholders, clients and corporate partners at all levels to drive results and affect change.
Donna has an outstanding track record in planning and implementing tailored sales, marketing and advertising campaigns across radio, print, digital and social platforms. With a swift pace and a sharp mind Donna helps clients grow their businesses and with the extra benefit of Donna having been the owner of a café in Melbourne you can be sure Donna understands the pressures that come with commercial business.
Coco spends her days at Rowdy greeting clients at the front door and helpfully escorting staff members from their desks to the kitchen and back.
Katherine Fraser is a future-thinking senior marketer who uses innovative approaches to deliver exceptional work and results. Having been the General Manager of Universal McCann in Brisbane and Canberra, Katherine has worked on many national digital campaigns and provided advice to senior government and private sector clients.
Katherine has worked in agencies, as a client of agencies and in government roles that span advertising, creative, PR, traditional media, digital, data and analytics, social and mobile. Katherine’s expertise has been recognised through several industry awards, including MFA, Effie’s, Spike, IAB, The Festival of Media and Mumbrella Travel Marketing.
Judy’s 30 years of diverse experience allows her to focus on what she absolutely loves doing – facilitating workshops and giving business, marketing and communications advice.
Most of Judy’s work is with small organisations – either small businesses or arts and cultural bodies.
But she also enjoys working with individuals using the same workshop model to identify where they want to be and how they’ll get there.