Daizy Maan, President

Daizy is excited by enterprise driven models that exist to create social impact. Daizy values international experiences that broaden her perspective. She has volunteered as a legal intern in Bangkok through Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development (AYAD), held an executive role with UN Youth Victoria, is a Director at Bendigo Community Banks and recently Co-founded Zana Consulting during her internship in Tanzania. In her spare time she enjoys learning Spanish, growing Spinach, pumping Punjabi tunes and eating Chia seed pudding with blueberries.

Rhiannon Drummond-Clark, Secretary

Rhiannon is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Environmental Science (Management and Sustainability).  She hopes to continue into postgraduate studies in International Aid or International Development. In addition to this she volunteers as a paralegal with the ASRC and works as a Bookkeeper. Rhiannon has always had a passion for social impact issues, particularly those affecting the global community. Her interest in social enterprise started after being introduced to Who Gives A Crap toilet paper and grew from there.

After bumping into an enthusiastic SeCo ambassador in O-Week, Rhiannon became a member and is now continuing her education into social enterprise as an active team member.

In her spare time, Rhiannon cooks in her Thermomix, tries to travels as much as her wallet will allow, and spends time playing with her two adorable doggies

Bron Armstrong,
Marketing Director

Bron recently returned to university following a six-year career as a paralegal.  She is undertaking a double degree in Business and Arts and hopes one day to start her own social enterprise.  Bron has always had an interest in marketing and was a member of the marketing committee at a mid-sized commercial law firm located in Melbourne CBD during her employment there.  Her love of social enterprise was awakened at the SeCo 2016 September conference where she was delighted to discover a community of people passionate about tackling social issues through business. She loves to sing and travel and can find a quote from Friends to suit almost any situation!

Elise Shadman, Conference Director

Elise is a second year student studying a bachelor of commerce at Deakin University. She came straight from Paris to develop a specific knowledge in sustainable development and go back home with some inspiring ideas. She first heard about social enterprise when she organised a conference promoting sustainable tourism in France, since then she wants to keep working for and with social enterprises. She has now joined the Seco team because she truly believes that businesses have the power to create change. As she thinks animals are not Pokemons, her lifetime goal would be to fight for animal welfare. She also hopes she will cuddle around 50 koalas by the end of her degree.