Life Ambassador at Four Winds, Australia
In the 1990’s, Sheena was part of the movement that opened up new conversations between international environment groups and the corporate sector. Then organisational behaviour campaigner for Greenpeace including time with the Japan office team, she later applied these skills with companies such as bhpbilliton and Nestle.
As Chair of Four Winds Bermagui, she led an eclectic team who built a permanent international arts venue in the small fishing town of 1500 people. Together they designed a place for music making, a place in nature to create and be nourished by music and each other. The team raised over $6m for arts and capital projects, and this beautiful venue on a 30-acre property gives the nation new ways of making and experiencing music.
Sheena’s current consulting work is with UTS ithree Institute, as a Culture and Strategy Advisor with the Director Professor Liz Harry.
She works directly with boards to mentor existing and emerging leaders, and is a Director with the newly formed Council of Community Directors.
Sheena was at Culture Business Canberra, she delivered the keynote Aspiration, not desperation.