Georgia brings a deep understanding and passion to her work with nonprofits, socially conscious for profit organizations and social change ventures. As the founder of both for profit and nonprofit businesses, as well as a leader in numerous social movements, she is excited and inspired by the work of those who seek to create lasting change.
Georgia has been working in Arts, Entertainment and Education professionally since she was sixteen years old. Her passion is combining entertainment, new technology and philanthropy to create a thriving future for all.
She obtained her Public Relations degree from RMIT University. She was awarded the Patricia Guthrie Memorial Award – for one outstanding graduating female student. Her thesis on ‘The role of Public Relations Within An Arts Organization When Attempting To Make Beneficial Social Change’ was named the top graduating thesis from the University and was published in The Australian Arts Council – Arts RIPPA.
Georgia consults with a variety of technology, gaming, and entertainment companies and serves in a PR, events, project management and product release management role. Her focus with for profits is leveraging their access and influence to create social change campaigns.
Georgia is heavily involved with many children’s nonprofit organizations. She is a public ambassador for Alopecia Awareness, poverty and homelessness issues, and education for children. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Arts Bridging the Gap. She is the owner of the I am Spartacus Entertainment and founder of the I am Spartacus Foundation.
Georgia has used her PR and creative experience in a very personal way to create change in a very public way. Her theatre production readMylips… was awarded the Tattersal’s Enterprise and Achievement Award for stopping the silence surrounding Eating Disorders in Australia. Her award winning movie about her journey with Alopecia – Baby Let Your Hair Hang Down — has been featured on ABC’s 2020, Huffington Post, the AOL homepage, KTLA and numerous film festivals.
For the past 10 years, Georgia has been performing for, mentoring, teaching and tutoring an average of 200 kids per week with a focus on their personal growth and happiness. She also volunteers weekly with The LA Mission and Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, and volunteers regularly with the Gabriella Foundation, HopeMill Inc. and Big Sunday.