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Meet the team

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Michelle Fotheringham

Founder & CEO

Michelle has extensive experience in people and organisation development roles, both in-house and as a senior consultant.  She has worked across industries including automotive, FMCG, banking, NPF, utilities and government.  She has a Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) and a Graduate Certificate of HRM.


Michelle is energised by connecting business leaders with Werkling’s amazing on-demand talent, and bringing together bespoke teams to solve big and complex business problems. She wants Werkling to be a place of inclusion, trust and exceptional know-how. 

Kirsten McNeice
Head of Community & Talent

Kirsten came to Werkling with an Employer Brand background working primarily for tech start-ups in the early stages of her career.

She uses her integrated marketing skills, People & Culture experience, and communications to grow, connect and nurture the Werkling talent and business community. 


Reanna Brown

Reanna is an academically trained and practicing futurist with a background in; futures and strategic foresight, strategic workforce planning, business and workforce strategy, HR and organisational design and development.

Reanna's combination of skills and education that is unique to a small number of people across the globe and is an absolute asset to Werkling. Her focus on the futures of work is complemented by her deep interest in the futures of workers. 

Zoe Piper
Advisor - Product & Strategy

With a non-traditional career path and a wonderful portfolio career, Zoe Piper is a perfect example of the future of workers. In addition to her own two start ups and consulting, she is a Council Member of AICD, A Canberra Economic Advisory Group Member, an Adjunct Associate Professor and many other things!

Zoe operates at the intersection of of industry, research and government and brings rich, diverse and global perspective. She has a pragmatic and accessible to work design that supports non-tradition career paths and work preferences.

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