The Lady Musgrave Trust appointed its first Youth Advisory Committee members in May 2019. The strategically selected members of the committee will provide insight from the viewpoint of younger people to help shape the Trust’s various business functions. Find out more here.
Youth Advisory Committee
Brianna Kelly – Member
Brianna has 10 years’ experience as a marketing and business development professional, having worked for a number of professional services companies in the accounting, legal and now architecture sector since completing her Bachelor of Business (Marketing) at QUT. She has worked on a range of marketing initiatives for these companies, such as event management, sponsorship agreements and communication management, as well as managing bids, tenders and the strategy to foresee a pipeline of work for these growing businesses. In her spare time, Brianna is passionate about the health and wellness industry and has almost completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences in Nutrition to complement her interest. She enjoys keeping fit and healthy, and being around family and friends. Brianna is inspired by the work that The Lady Musgrave Trust has achieved and looks forward to being a part of making a difference in the lives of women who are less fortunate.
Bridget Clark – Member
Bridget Clark is passionate about the non-profit sector, having previously interned at the Children’s Hospital Foundation for the Channel 9 Telethon, and currently working as a Marketing Assistant at arts non-profit organisation Voices of Birralee. Bridget has invaluable experience in business rebranding, content creation, social media management and e-commerce management in the startup and fitness industries. Bridget holds a Bachelor Degree in Mass Communication from Queensland University of Technology. It was here during her studies that she was first introduced to The Lady Musgrave Trust, and is thrilled to now join the organisation as a member of the Youth Advisory Committee. Bridget looks forward to working on initiatives that will instigate positive change in the lives of homeless women and children.
Brittanie Dreghorn – Member
Brittanie has over 10 years’ marketing experience across agency, private and public sectors. As the Account Director at The Content Division, she oversees the content strategy execution for all clients, from digital assets development, to day-to-day social media management. She has vast experience in building and managing audiences on social media and websites, and has created targeted, audience-focused content in industries including education, economic development, startups and tourism. Brittanie is a podcast host on the Telltale Podcast and is the founder and editor of Britt’s List, an online publication focused on showcasing Australian brands that are making efforts in sustainability. She’s a passionate advocate for equality and encourages conversation around the subject to raise awareness and facilitate change.
Georgia Amery – Member
Georgia is a qualified lawyer, experienced business analyst and passionate consumer advocate. She has worked across both private law firms and non-profit organisations, supporting advisory work and law reform submissions. Since commencing her employment with Deloitte, Georgia has worked with a number of banking, superannuation, insurance, automotive, real estate and retail clients, designing and implementing solutions alongside stakeholders. Prior to joining Deloitte, Georgia worked for advertising agency Clemenger BBDO in a customer relationship management role. She oversaw the conception, development and execution of campaigns, alongside industry-best strategists, creatives and producers. Georgia believes in empowering all individuals to thrive, and is honoured to assist women and children in need through the work of The Lady Musgrave Trust.
Kate Hudson – Member
Kate Hudson is a full-time student at the Queensland University of Technology studying a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Business. Kate’s passion for social justice is one of the reasons she decided to study law and she hopes it will strengthen her ability to stand as a strong advocate for women in need. In recent years Kate has enjoyed volunteering for a number of causes and she is excited to commit to The Lady Musgrave Trust as a member of the Youth Advisory Committee. Kate is looking forward to contributing to the support for young women facing homelessness in Queensland.