Rosie Julou, General Manager
Rosie is responsible for ‘generally’ managing everything at Exult HQ. She handles all the day-to-day operations, registrations, subscriptions and workshop logistics, as well our marketing and communications with all of you. Her biggest challenge is managing our team of facilitators who are constantly dashing from one city (or country!) to the next.
Before coming to Exult, Rosie spent several years as a coach for Tauranga Riding for Disabled where she was fully immersed in the operations of a busy charity. She has also spent time working in an equine therapy business, a small community school in South Auckland and a government organisation, so she knows the challenges faced by all sorts of organisations. She is described by her friends and colleagues as ‘effervescent’ and loves meeting the fantastic people who really are making a difference in our communities. Email: email@example.com
Kerri has worked in and for the community sector for 20 years, but has lived and breathed community her whole life. She was raised in a large family with parents who fostered children, provided emergency shelter for vulnerable women, and regularly mentored young people who needed a helping hand. She can’t imagine working in any other sector.
Kerri has been involved with all sorts of organisations in all sorts of ways. She has worked as a manager, a volunteer and a consultant, and currently volunteers as a trustee for Good Neighbour Aotearoa Charitable Trust. Her passion lies with grass-roots groups who are committed to making a difference, no matter how hard they have to work to make it happen.
Kerri is described as a dynamic speaker and ‘terrific storyteller’ who engages her audience right from the get-go. Whether she is speaking to 10 people or 100, she has the unique ability to actively include the audience in her presentation. She is a Member of the Fundraising Institute of New Zealand and the New Zealand Association of Training and Development. She is also a MSD Approved Capability Mentor and regularly works with organisations one-on-one to help them to the next level. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Megan is a whirlwind of energy and enthusiasm with more than 12 years experience in facilitation, as well as developing, designing and delivering training programmes. She has worked with people in corporate, government and non-profit organisations all over the world, and her passion is working with people who make a real difference in their communities.
An intense curiosity of how people have ideas and how they take them from idea to action, fuels Megan’s special interest in the fields of creativity, innovation, collaborative teamwork and leadership. She is particularly skilled at facilitating problem solving or planning discussions, and knows how to cut through the ‘yeah buts’ that often stop an organisation from moving forward.
In addition to heading up the Auckland / Waikato region for Exult, Megan volunteers with her local branch of Bellyful New Zealand. This on-the-ground volunteering means she knows first-hand the challenges faced by small organisations. Email: email@example.com
Tracy’s big job is managing our annual Tonic Conference, but she also works with organisations one-on-one to develop plans, policies and processes. Tracy’s strengths are in administration, systems and details, and she is skilled at helping you build a practical framework around all your good ideas.
Tracy has many years experience in the community sector, with particular expertise in grants and project management. She has managed some iconic events including the ‘Jazz Village’ at the National Jazz Festival and of course, our very own Tonic Conference. Tracy is married with 2 children, both of whom are roped in as event volunteers on a regular basis. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org