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Meet the Ethical Clothing Australia team

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Rachel Reilly

National Manager

Rachel brings a wealth of experience in the not-for-profit space to her role at Ethical Clothing Australia, 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.

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Lei-Lani Terrell

Operations Manager

Lei-Lani Terrell is a seasoned Creative Marketing professional with over two decades of experience in branding, communications, and marketing. A lifelong advocate of sustainable fashion practices, she is thrilled to be part of Ethical Clothing Australia's mission. Lei-Lani is pursuing a Sustainability Management graduate diploma at Deakin University, highlighting her commitment to the UNSDG goals. She enjoys a good story and excels in managing teams, strategic planning, and data-driven decision-making. Lei-Lani holds a Master of Creative Media from RMIT, a Bachelor of Arts (Film and Television) from UNSW, a Diploma in Project Management and a certificate in Environmental, Social Governance from RMIT.

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Louisa Ramsay

Accreditation Program Team Leader

Louisa brings a wealth of knowledge about garment production and manufacturing supply chains to Ethical Clothing Australia, 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 Ethical Clothing Australia in 2019. Louisa has a Bachelor of Business from Griffith University and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Fashion Design) from RMIT.

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Anja Burrill

Accreditation Program Advisor - NSW, TAS, WA & SA

Anja is passionate about workers’ rights and gained an understanding of the area through work at the United Workers Union. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences from the University of Sydney.

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Emma Conos

Database Project Officer

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.

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Mary Coustas

Accreditation Program Advisor - VIC

Mary is deeply interested in the intersection of business and human rights. While pursuing her Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Global Studies at ACU in Sydney, she cultivated a keen interest in ethical fashion consumption. After interning at the Parliament of Victoria and working on a policy brief on textile waste, she became committed to working on improving practices within the Textile, Clothing & Footwear industry.

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Lucie Davies

Marketing & Digital Coordinator

Lucie is a communications and marketing professional with a keen interest in the art of dressmaking. She has an eye for detail and enjoys varied work including copywriting and editing, project work, graphic design, website management and photography. Lucie holds a Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) from RMIT University.

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Victoria Hermiz

Office and Administration Coordinator

Victoria is an office coordination whiz who works to support the Ethical Clothing Australia 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 Ethical Clothing Australia office runs smoothly.

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Rachel McCurry

Project Officer

Rachel has been working in the Australian TCF industry for over 20 years and has extensive experience working with local 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's role involves working to support Ethical Clothing Australia's growth strategies and operations, deliver events and generate initiatives for our accredited businesses.

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Caitlin Moriarty

Partnerships & Community Engagement Officer

Caitlin is dedicated to building community – with a focus on authentic connections and supporting social good. With a diverse skillset that includes experience in media, graphic design, marketing, small business management and education, her role in Brisbane gives her the opportunity to work with both local and national businesses and partner with a variety of like-minded organisations across Australia to promote Ethical Clothing Australia's growth, initiatives and purpose.