The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) is delighted to announce the appointment of our new Marketing Manager, Becc Finney who commenced in the role in early January.
Becc is a highly experienced marketing professional with a proven track record of success in global markets spanning New York, London, Sydney and Melbourne. Throughout her career, she has honed her skills in a wide range of marketing disciplines, particularly in the B2C and B2B ecommerce and digital space, and is known for her expertise in creating and executing effective marketing campaigns across various channels.
With a background in primary and early years education, Becc brings a unique combination of skills and knowledge to her role at the ILF. Her passion and strong belief in the power of early learning and literacy education, and its ability to change lives and open future opportunities, has led her to commit to helping remote First Nations Communities shape their literacy future.
"I am thrilled to join the ILF team and I am very much looking forward to using my marketing and educational experience to raise awareness and funds for the vital mission of investing in remote First Nations Communities to shape the direction of their children’s literacy future”.
ILF CEO Ben Bowen says,“It is with enormous pleasure that I get to welcome Becc Finney to the ILF team. Becc is a proven dynamic, strategic thinker and coupled with her energy and a wealth of experience, will be a great asset to the entire organisation and our work investing in the literacy journeys of remote First Nations Communities”
It is also with great pleasure that we announce that Becc’s predecessor, Lisa Flower who resigned from the full time position last year, has been retained to manage two key projects, Busking for Change and Indigenous Literacy Day.