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About me

My heritage is African-American and Greek, born in Australia and raised by Anglo-Australian parents (mostly my Mum).

​My final year of school was spent on the road through Distance Education Victoria while competing in the ITF Men’s World Tennis Tour. After a handful of wins and ten times as many losses, I decided it was time to go to uni.​

​I spent my childhood in Mparntwe (Alice Springs) – a remote town in Central Australia – and later moved to Melbourne when I was 16 to pursue a professional career in tennis. 

I studied at RMIT for 5 years, first in International Business and then Business Entrepreneurship. ​

​All through university I coached tennis and spent every dollar I saved on travelling through South America, Asia and Europe.​

​Finishing uni, I took a job with a Melbourne-based tech start-up called Flippa and soon moved to San Francisco to help Flippa establish a presence in Silicon Valley and North America, where we scaled a 20-person team in 3 years. ​

I then moved to Mexico to learn Spanish, to surf, and to launch Dealflow Brokerage, which became a leading M&A advisory platform helping investors and entrepreneurs buy and sell internet businesses. The company was acquired by a Private Equity firm and I sold remaining shares to an eCommerce group two years later. ​

I felt lost and unhappy and tried to fill the void with a new startup. I eventually started working with a coach, and the results were mind blowing. So I decided to become a coach myself! After three years of study and training, I started my own coaching practice.​

​I spent the pandemic back in my childhood town where my mum still lives. I found some interesting social enterprise work locally and went on to develop a business accelerator program for First Nations entrepreneurs. ​

​Today, I live between Spain and Australia, coaching and consulting individuals and organisations all around the world.

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