Louise has been with the Community Services Industry Alliance (CSIA) since its inception. In fact, she was the project manager behind its set-up, having worked with the original steering committee and Foundation Members to bring the concept to life.

She remained involved with the CSIA for a number of years following the successful launch of the organisation. During this time, she supported their agenda by delivering their marketing strategy and activities.

On a broader level, Louise has had experience delivering outcomes on a local, state-wide, national and international level throughout her 20-year career.

That career has seen Louise work across the gamut of health and community services through government and not-for-profit organisations. She has also worked with charities and private enterprises outside the health and community services industry.

Her 12-years in the Queensland Government saw her deliver a number of high-profile marketing campaigns and manage hot-topic/highly sensitive media issues for Queensland Health, Multicultural Affairs Queensland, Child Safety, Disability Services, and more.

She spent time delivering digital marketing strategies for the Health and Community Services Workforce Council before beginning her own marketing consultancy. During this time, she continued to work with the CSIA, Vinnies, the Cerebral Palsy Alliance and many other clients.

She then joined the marketing team at the Surf Life Saving Foundation, before spending 18 months with leading rural and regional internet service provider SkyMesh. Here she introduced persona marketing and developed the foundations of their now ongoing content marketing strategy.

For Louise however, the intersection that exists at the CSIA between the essential work of community services and the best practices of business is an irresistible drawcard.

Now back with the CSIA as Project Manager of Job Match, Louise is working to bring a new vision to life where employers and job seekers across community services can find their perfect Job Match.