CuriousWorks would like to extend a warm welcome to the newest members of our Management Committee (pictured from left to right): Tiffany Lee-Shoy, Julie Kalceff and Amy Noble. All three members were officially inducted at CuriousWorks Annual General Meeting this year.

At this same AGM, we also bid farewell to two of our board members: Rachel Kerry and Sorrel Palmer. Sorrel had only been on the board for a year, but her work and dedication across the year cannot be understated. Rachel had acted as our Public Officer and part of our Fundraising Committee, and had been on the board for an astonishing eight (8!) years. While they are no longer officially part of CuriousWorks MC, they will always be friends of CuriousWorks, and we wish them the best!

Our Annual General Meeting this year was obviously very different from previous meetings, and had to be conducted entirely over Zoom. In any other year, we would have loved to have a celebratory dinner and properly welcome/farewell our wonderful members. We hope we can make time to do so belatedly when it’s safe for all of us to meet again.

We’ll be sharing info about our new members below, but you can read their complete bios (and the biographies of the whole CuriousWorks Management Committee) here.

Tiffany Lee-Shoy is a cultural planner who specialises in community cultural development, policy and strategy, and thrives on interdisciplinary projects where an arts and cultural approach arouses new ways of thinking in land use planning, economic development and community services provision. For almost 20 years, she has lived and worked in western Sydney, primarily in local government, and is currently at City of Parramatta developing the Cultural Infrastructure Strategy and driving delivery of the cultural plan. While with WSROC (Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils) Tiffany wrote the first Regional Cultural Strategy for Greater Western Sydney. She has sat on the Boards and Committees of various not-for-profit organisations and State and Federal government agencies, including Information and Cultural Exchange (2002-09) and Australia Council for the Arts (2005-09); and from 2009-11 was a Trustee of the Powerhouse Museum and Sydney Observatory.

Julie Kalceff is an award-winning writer, director, and producer. She specializes in telling character-driven, female-centric stories that appeal to a wide audience. Julie is passionate about authentic representation and inclusion, both on screen and behind the camera. She is best known as the creator, writer, director, and producer of the international hit online drama series Starting From Now and writer, director and co-producer of children’s television series First Day.

Amy Noble is Fremantle Australia’s Director of Business Affairs and Legal.   Amy has a Masters of Law from the Queensland University of Technology and began her legal career in 2004 at Phillips Fox, now DLA Piper practising in Intellectual Property and Litigation.  Amy  went on to work as a contracts executive for Thomson Reuters in London and as a Senior Solicitor at Clayton Utz as a member of the Technology and Intellectual Property Team. Amy shifted her focus to the television and film industry and in 2010 began work in-house as a lawyer for Screen Australia. During this time responsible for managing the legal and commercial aspects of Screen Australia’s investment in feature films, television, documentary and multi-platform projects.  Projects included The Sapphires, Strangerland, Last Cab to Darwin, Predestination, The Rover, The Dressmaker, Top of the Lake,  Rake and Jack Irish. In 2017, Amy joined the Fremantle Australia leadership team and is company secretary for the Fremantle Australia Group of Companies (including Easy Tiger Productions).

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Our office is located on Tharawal country. Our work takes us across Tharawal, Dharug and Eora lands.
We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we work, and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.