Expert insights from an esteemed group of advisors


To ensure our Wellness Designs services hit the mark, we have enlisted the brains’ trust of an esteemed Faculty of expert advisors.

Drawing on the insights of our Faculty, coupled with our practical services and training, provides clients with the most cutting-edge experience available.

Members of this select group are thought leaders across a range of related disciplines including workplace design, safety, age and work, occupational health, human factors, organisational psychology, public health and digital technology.

We would like to acknowledge and thank the following Faculty members for their contribution:

Sara Pazell, PhD

Managing Director, Viva Health at Work; affiliated with four Australian universities for teaching & research

Expertise: Human-centred design strategist across all industries to help organisations realise their potential for innovation in work and job design

Favourite wellness pastime: Yoga, cycling, beach time, quality time with friends and family.

Gary Webb, PhD

Regional Health Lead ‚Äď Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, Mars Global

Expertise: Global workplace health practitioner and Adjunct Lecturer in lifestyle medicine

Favourite wellness pastime: Coaching sports, music, exercise and reading.

Jo Kitney,

Managing Director, Kitney OHS & Chair, Safety Institute of Australia Certification Governance Committee

Expertise: Occupational health, safety, business and quality management, specialising in governance, strategy and systems

Favourite wellness pastime: Sailing and music

Dr Judd Allen,

President, Human Resources Institute, LLC & an editor of the American Journal of Health Promotion

Expertise: Speaker, trainer, consultant and author of over 50 books and journal articles on creating healthier and more productive cultural environments

Favourite wellness pastime: Running (having completed 35 New York City Marathons!)

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Audrey McGibbon,

Co-Founder & Director of EEK & SENSE & Co-Author of GLWS (Global Leadership Wellbeing Survey)

Expertise: Business Psychologist, Executive Coach & Wellbeing Researcher.

Favourite wellness pastime: hanging out with close friends, cosying up to gorgeous black Labrador Jess and sneaking away to the beach for long walks.

Dr Angela Martin,

Principal Consultant, Pracademia & Adjunct Professor, College of Business & Economics, University of Tasmania.

Expertise: Industrial/Organisational Psychology researcher, educator & practitioner specialising in workplace mental health.

Favourite wellness pastime: Kayaking in the beautiful waters of Tasmania.

Anna-Louise Bouvier,

Wellbeing Engagement Strategist/Adjunct Fellow Macquarie University

Expertise: Creating go-to-market engagement strategies for scaling digital health and wellbeing products, especially in the B to B market.

Favourite wellness pastime: Ashtanga Yoga.

Melissa Marsden,

Chief Creative, Comuniti

Expertise: Strategic workplace interior designer creating workplaces where people feel connected to their colleagues, the organisation and themselves.

Favourite wellness pastime: Pilates, hiking [when time allows!]

Anna Chipperfield,

Head of People and Culture, businessDEPOT

Expertise: Working with small business owners and their teams to ensure they have a great culture and they love coming to work.

Favourite wellness pastime: Walking along the beach or curled up on the couch watching a great movie.

Professor Niki Ellis,

Occupational & Public Health Physician, MBBS, FAFOEM, FAFPHM, OAM

Expertise: Consultant, researcher, facilitator, speaker and author promoting the integration of health and wellbeing into occupational health and safety.

Dr Sarah Cotton,

Organisational Psychologist and Co-Director of Transitioning Well

Expertise: A PhD in work-stress, committed to reducing the costs of work-life conflict and navigating life transitions so people can live and work better!

Favourite wellness pastime: Going for long walks with our border collie ‚ÄėAsh‚Äô.