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Text reads: "Spotlight series. Cherie Clonan. Tuesday 23 April 4pm-5pm AEST. The DREAM and CYDA Logos are bottom-left. A photograph of a young woman with short, dyed red hair, fair skin, glasses and a big smile, wearing a brightly coloured jumper with jeans, sitting at the bottom of a brightly coloured set of steps with her chin in her hand and elbow resting on her knee, sits to the right.

Spotlight Series: Q&A with Cherie Clonan

Join us for a Q&A with Cherie Clonan, founder and CEO of The Digital Picnic.

In this Spotlight Series of online events, we talk to high profile leaders with disability working in a diverse range of sectors/industries, about their career highlights and thoughts on access and inclusion.

About Cherie Clonan

A photograph of a young woman with short, dyed red hair, fair skin, glasses and a big smile, wearing a brightly coloured jumper with jeans, sitting at the bottom of a brightly coloured set of steps with her chin in her hand and elbow resting on her knee.

With a 15+ year career in digital marketing, Cherie Clonan (she/her) is a proud Autistic woman. 

Cherie is the founder and CEO of The Digital Picnic, which has now trained more than 20,000 Australian businesses on social media and digital marketing. She is well known for her progressive approach to leading her team in her human-centric, neuroinclusive way.

Cherie is passionate about what best-practice social media marketing can do for businesses and leaders, and has a proven track record of increasing social engagement, community growth and transforming social accounts.

With clients ranging from global brands to small startups,  Cherie knows a thing or two about how to grow a business using social media, and how to catapult an already globally recognised brand even further.

Naturally wired to build community wherever she goes, Cherie inspires brands to truly see – and appreciate – the power of community online.

Q&A facilitated by:

Grace Garrahy

Grace (she/her) is a second-year Occupational Therapy student and disability advocate. She is immensely passionate about representation, inclusion, the NDIS, accessibility, and awareness of invisible disabilities. Grace’s lived experience has instilled her with passion and hope for creating meaningful change and encouraging young people to be wholeheartedly and authentically themselves.  

A young woman with long straight brown hair and clear framed glasses smiling for the camera. She is wearing a gold chain necklace with a purple shirt and black cardigan.

This event is for members of the DREAM Employment Network. The Network is free to join and you can sign up when you register for the workshop 👇

 

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