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Founder and CEO, ntegrity
Richenda is the founder and CEO of ntegrity, a digital strategy agency on a mission to build the digital capabilities of Aussie organisations. She is recognised as one of the 25 most influential people in the NFP sector (Impact 25 Awards) and an industry leader (Mumbrella Awards). Prior to ntegrity she was social media manager at the world’s largest humanitarian organisation, World Vision USA, where she launched social media, grew online audiences to 1+ million, and developed the world’s first charity vlogger campaign & Australia’s first blogger campaign.
Social Media Specialist, Amnesty International Australia
Jessie is a commsy/campaigny/webby all-rounder with a long career in Australia's non-profit sector. In her current role at Amnesty, Jessie has worked on flagship campaigns aimed at ending the practice of offshore detention of asylum seekers, and reducing the overrepresentation of Indigenous young people in the justice system. She also headed up digital comms for Amnesty's 2015 anti-death penalty campaign in response to the imminent, and ultimately tragic, execution of two Australians in Indonesia. In her former role at The Wilderness Society, Jessie lead comms work for the successful campaign to save Walmadan (James Price Point) from the clutches of the gas industry. Jessie is an Australian Progress Fellow, and has previously spent a year working for UNICEF in Dhaka, Bangladesh, as an Australian Youth Ambassador for Development.
Social Media Manager, Animals Australia
Kimberley has been involved in animal protection for more than twenty years and has worked in various capacities for a number of different organisations over that time. She has been managing Animals Australia’s social channels since 2013 and in that time has overseen the growth of their Facebook page from 60,000 to more than 1.5 million followers. Kimberley is passionate about harnessing social media to empower, inform and unite like-minded people from every corner of the globe.