Meet the Chamber Staff
Danicia is an experienced business leader and strategist, with a passion for organisational change, social and economic development and creative implementation, built across 25 years of management, corporate consulting and leadership roles.
Her diverse background has included management positions with the Fashion Council WA, Woodside Energy, BHP Billiton and the City of Westminster in the UK.
Julie has previous experience in business administration, governance, risk management, and compliance, with a keen interest in non-for-profit governance. She has worked with corporates such as EY, GE Capital, and KPMG, as well as the local member-based organisation HBF Health Ltd. Holding qualifications in Governance Practice and Risk Management, Julie has recently held the position as Assistant Company Secretary for HBF Health Ltd and Harrier Group.
With previous experience in the Export & International Trade Industry, Marian manages the Export and International Trade Desk and is your first point of contact at the Chamber.
Luke is focused on building our Membership base, our Membership offering and ensuring best value for our Members. Luke is currently completing a double Master in International Relations and International Law at UWA and previously interned with the WA Defence Review and Parliament House. He is also Co-Chair for the Oceania chapter of the International Asosociation for Political Science Students (IAPSS).
Evelyn has been a BAS Agent Bookkeeper for the past 10 years, with many years experience across many industries, she currently splits her time between the Chamber and other business premises.
She has a knack for getting things done and works hard to improve systems and add value where she can.
Parisa worked as Assistant Brand Manager for Mundella & Margaret River Dairy Company for 3 years, before starting her own digital business, Flutter, Social + Content. Prior to her move from the UK to Australia, Parisa worked as a commercial lawyer for 10 years, working closely with a diverse range of SMEs.