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Our Team

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Caroline Wood

Co-Founder and Director

Caroline Wood has decades of diverse professional experience spanning academia, publishing and advocacy. She is responsible for advancing the vision and direction of the Centre, leading and managing people, fund-raising and sponsorship development, and cementing the Centre’s reputation as a leading creative organisation nationally.

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Robert Wood

Creative Director

Robert Wood is a poet with three published books and a PhD in Creative Writing. He is responsible for identifying and developing partnerships with local, national and international arts organisations and creatives, designing and delivering a program of activities, and developing and implementing best-practice service delivery models.

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Logan Griffiths

Program and Communications Officer

Logan Griffiths is a professional writer and project manager who previously managed the Australian Short Story Festival. She manages a number of literary and storytelling projects, supervises the team of interns, oversees print publication, and is responsible for communications, including the weekly newsletter, updating the website, and overseeing social media.

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Claudia Mancini

Producer and Events Coordinator

Claudia Mancini is a producer and events coordinator who has managed projects and events for Community Arts Network, State Library of Western Australia, and City of Perth. She supervises and coordinates all aspects of an event, facilitates discussions, and collects stories for the website and podcast.

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Jay Anderson

Social Media Manager

Jay Anderson is a writer, editor and arts worker. His writing has been published in various online journals and print anthologies, and he was recently awarded the KSP Writers’ Centre CALD Fellowship. Jay is responsible for social media management.

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Nina Thethy

Finance Officer

Nina has extensive experience working in finance across a broad range of industries and is a member of the Certified Practising Accountants. She is responsible for preparing budgets, processing financials, and developing the financial sustainability of the Centre.

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Sisonke Msimang

Head Story Trainer

Sisonke Msimang is a renowned storyteller and the author of Always Another Country and The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela. She facilitates story-training workshops in one-on-one and group formats to empower people to share their stories, and develops the Centre’s storytelling training resources.

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Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa

Story Trainer

Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa is a playwright, poet, and screenwriter. She has toured across the nation and overseas with her poetry and community arts projects. She facilitates story-training workshops in one-on-one and group formats to empower people to share their stories.

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Michael Abercromby

Story Trainer

Michael Abercromby is an actor, writer and trainee director who graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2013. He facilitates story-training workshops in one-on-one and group formats to empower people to share their stories.

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