Get to Know the Club Kidpreneur Team
Tania possesses a rare combination of strategic and creative vision, commercial acumen, management and leadership expertise, Tania is passionate about applying her corporate and entrepreneurial experience to support and foster entrepreneurship on a global scale.
For more than 20 years Tania has built a career across corporate, agency, entrepreneur start-up and social enterprise spaces, and is passionate about supporting Entrepreneurship and fostering innovation on a global scale. Tania is the Founder of The Entropolis, a fully curated online ecosystem connecting Entrepreneurs and Advisors, who network, share wisdom, create teams and collaborate to build the next generation of game changing, peak performance and investment attractive businesses. A ‘producer’ at heart, Tania has previously worked with some of the world’s leading brands and businesses in markets as diverse as Japan, Singapore and Australia. Tania built high performance execution teams to deliver high quality, commercial outcomes for clients, delivering up to $3 million per year from her group portfolio at Landor Associates. Leveraging a passion for entrepreneurship, Tania founded a successful Brand Consultancy, Graphic Traffic, to work with entrepreneurial clients and start-ups. Tania is a founding partner in Decisionship, an online entrepreneur training and development business; and instrumental in launching the Club Kidpreneur Foundation in 2009.
Gemma joins Club Kidpreneur Foundation from Bond University, where she spent six years as initially the Public Relations Manager and more recently General Manager, Pathways and Partnerships overseeing the University’s national school and industry partnerships including the 140 all-girls member schools of the Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australia; Australian Rugby Union; and Business Chicks. The mother of three, and self-proclaimed Kidpreneur parent, has spent the last 15 years working with national corporations in the fields of strategic communications, partnerships, stakeholder engagement and major events including NAB, Conrad Jupiters and Sydney Organising Committee Olympic Games. In 2003 she was awarded a PRIA Highly Commended for a media campaign for SIDs and Kids Qld Red Nose which raised merchandise sales by 15%.
Program Development Manager
With a background spanning the commercial and non-profit worlds Lydia is passionate about bringing the best of business and the best of charity together to create sustainable models for a social and environmental impact. For the past three years Lydia has worked closely with Club Kidpreneur founder Creel Price to refine the CK program so that it teaches the next generation to use the power of business for good and to develop a sustainable business model for the CK organisation itself. Lydia has a combined degree in Commerce and Sociology and has found the entrepreneurial world to be the perfect fit for her analytical business brain and passion for social change. Intersecting with Club Kidpreneur, Lydia also assists Creel Price with growing The Entreprenaissance Movement – a renaissance of entrepreneurial thinking driven by kidpreneurs, entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs and socialpreneurs.
Based in the Philippines, Jinky has been working tirelessly with Club Kidpreneur for the past 2 years and with Founder Creel Price on other businesses for the two years before that. Jinky is highly engaged with her local community Angeles Kuliat. She has been a member of the local Rotary Club since 2010, volunteers for Feeding Programs and promotes the advocacy of their National Hero, Jose Rizal.
Jinky loves working with Club Kidpreneur because she sees the value it adds to the next generation. She often sees children in the Philippines that have an interest in entrepreneurship and would love to see the CK program grow and reach her area someday because of the significant change she believes it will drive in the Philippines economy.