Our Founder’s Story
What I love most about entrepreneurship is the freedom that comes with it, and the way that it encourages creativity. I was already established and successful in my field, a mother of three and about to turn 40 but I was searching for a sense of connection and purpose. I felt like I was destined for something bigger.
A bolder life was meant to be had, one with more passion and a greater sense of community.
So I chose to embrace the freedom that being an entrepreneur has granted me and embarked on a Leadership Immersion Trip with The Hunger Project to see their work on the ground in Malawi.
Just witnessing so many women (and men) who had bravely transformed their lives and their children’s lives from what would normally be seen as a hopeless situation was what made me really ‘feel’ that my purpose was about being a voice for ‘Business for Good’.
We started The Human Kind Project in 2015 and this has allowed me to inspire and equip other leaders to step into a leadership role in their life and business that can be filled with purpose and passion. This allows me to continue to expand and create a change in the world.
That is my desire.
Business For Good
The Human Kind Project believes that businesses can change the world. We believe that social innovation creates sustainable change and we understand that ‘Business for good’ is good business, not just the right thing to do.
At its heart, being an entrepreneur is all about the process of creating things. It is this mind-set that is required to create change in communities in need. ‘The best way to predict the future is to design it.’
Human Kind Project Structure
The Human Kind Project is completely registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission (ACNC) and is a Deductible Gift Certificate (DGR2) status foundation.