Meet the Ethical Clothing Australia team
Rachel brings a wealth of experience in the not-for-profit space to her role at ECA, with more than 15 years’ experience in the sector. She has a strong commitment to human rights, with a focus on labour and women’s rights, and has formerly held the position of Executive Director of a Not-for-Profit supporting women who had experienced human trafficking. Rachel holds a Bachelor of International Development and a Master of Human Rights Law.
Emma has been passionate about the people who make our clothes since studying a Bachelor of Fashion at Box Hill TAFE. Throughout her career, this led to various positions within labour rights organisations where her work has focused on protecting workers' rights within the garment industry globally and in Australia.
Louisa brings a wealth of knowledge about garment production and manufacturing supply chains to ECA, having worked in a variety of technical and production roles in Melbourne and overseas. Louisa has particularly enjoyed working with local supply chains and her interest in protecting the rights of local workers is what brought her to ECA in 2019. Louisa has a Bachelor of Business from Griffith University and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Fashion Design) from RMIT.
Nadia is our Marketing and Digital Content Coordinator. She loves words and imagery and turning them into creative content. She has a Masters in Fashion Entrepreneurship from RMIT and a Bachelor of Creative Arts from The University of Melbourne. She has worked across a variety of creative roles including a fashion stylist for TV and print, a fashion writer for The Age, a fashion shoot producer, author of the book Vintage Girls as well as a tertiary fashion lecturer.
Heera believes in the transformational capabilities of brands. Heera founded and directed two brand consultancies and brings over 25 years of expertise in strategic communication. With a laser focus on social and cultural change, she completed a research degree at RMIT and has lectured internationally including at FABRICA in Treviso, Italy.
Victoria is an office coordination whiz who works to support the ECA team in a wide range of areas. Victoria is passionate about workers’ rights and is excited to be working in the not-for-profit sector. Her years of experience working in administration and in customer service roles has given her the skills and abilities to ensure that the ECA office runs smoothly.
Rachel has over 20 years experience working in the TCF industry. She has extensive experience working with local Victorian manufacturers and suppliers. She has also worked in social impact and sustainability compliance, an area that is of great interest and concern to her. Rachel will be working to support ECA's growth and awareness strategies and operations, deliver events and generate initiatives for our accredited businesses.
As our newly appointed Wellbeing Officer, Milo is responsible for improving the happiness and morale of the office.