Founder, All of the Good Things
Nimmity is passionate about social enterprise and is a strong supporter of Fair Trade and ethical business practices.
Nimmity was inspired by the Fair Trade movement when she saw the positive direct impact on communities around the world. Nimmity brings her extensive international experience from the corporate and start-up software world to Fair Trade.
Nimmity runs her own Fair Trade business, All of the Good Things.
Founder, Sanaa Afrika, The Fair Trade Way, Hope Tanzania Australia Inc
Carina promoted African art and fair trade products for almost two decades as a trader, event organiser, and advocate. She attained Fair Trader of Australia accreditation and served two years as the Chair of the NSW Fair Trade Network Group.
Carina’s focus since 2016 is on building capacity of social enterprises operating in challenging environments as an independent social entrepreneur and on international assignments with the Australian Volunteers Program. She is the NSW Representative for the Returned Australian Volunteers Network, has a Master of Business Analytics, a Post Graduate Diploma in HR, and is currently studying towards a Masters in Human Resource Management.
CEO, Apsara Ethical Gifts Pty Ltd
Darren has experience working with makers, importing a wide range of Fair Trade and ethically made products from Vietnam, Malaysia, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Kenya, the US & UK.
An Associate Professor of Anthropology, a research affiliate of the Australian Museum Research Institute, Darren is a full international member of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), and consultants for the Malaysian Gov. on World Heritage sites.
Antonia is the founder of Fair Space, an ethical marketplace for fair trade, eco and ethically handmade products. Antonia has been involved in the fair trade movement for over 15 years and is currently the co-convenor of the WA Fair Trade Collective.
Antonia founded Khmer Creations in Cambodia and worked as a consultant for Traidcraft Exchange.
From 2010 -2018, Antonia was the WA manager for Oxfam Australia Trading, overseeing retail outlets and national projects. In 2015, Antonia was a delegate at the WFTO biannual conference in Milan representing Oxfam Australia Trading.
Fair Trade Advocate
Andy's involvement with Fair Trade started in 1984 when he founded a Fair Trade certified food distributor, Equal Exchange UK and was the MD until 2012. Andy co-founded CafeDirect in 1994 together with Oxfam GB, Traidcraft and Liberation Foods in 2004. He was also a board member of One World Shop Edinburgh from 1990–2002 and a Board member of WFTO from 1998-2000.
Andy brings a global perspective and combines extensive supply chain and marketing experience with a passion for empowering farmers and artisans.
Fair Trade Advocate
Corinne moved to Australia from England in 1993. Through her involvement with the Uniting Church Corinne became interested in Fair Trade. Corinne was instrumental in facilitating Bangalow Byron Bay Uniting Church becoming a Fair Trade Faith Group and Bangalow itself becoming a Fair Trade Town.
Corinne joined John Martin as co-organiser of the Fair Trade Faith Conference in 2018.
In her spare time, Corinne runs a nutrition consultancy, garden, makes quilts and attenpts to train two donkeys!
Manager of Only Just
Cécile manages Only Just, a not-for-profit Fair Trade shop in Melbourne. Cécile started as a volunteer at Only Just 7 years ago and taking over from founder and manager Donna Parker in 2016.
Cecile's passion for Fair Trade and social justice was ignited when she attended a United World College to finish her secondary education. Her passion for equal opportunity and respect for all creeds and cultures is informed by an international outlook and the experience of living and travelling around the world.
John is a retired Uniting Church Minister living in Robina, Queensland. He has been passionate about fair trade since the 1980s and sees it as a simple way of brining justice to the workers of the world.
John is a co-convener of the Fair Trade Faith Conference. His late wife, Noelene, was a Traidcraft rep in the 1980s in England and established the Fair Trade Fair at the Springwood Uniting Church. John’s aim is to grow and support Faith Groups in the Fair Trade Association.
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