As the founder of Thread Publishing, Siobhán loves working with people to uncover their stories, and help inspiring companies shine. Previously a journalist, writing for The Sydney Morning Herald, Sunday Telegraph, The Age, ACP and Pacific magazine publications, Siobhan moved into state government to work as a media advisor and later, as head of strategic communications for a state government organisation.
When not passionately promoting Thread's awesome writers and working with its inspiring clients, Siobhan is also the Executive Director for Conscious Capitalism Australia. It is rumoured that Siobhan has a touch of ADHD....
Tell us something not many people know about you.
I was born in Iran, and I used to be an actress (which meant lots of temping in my twenties).
What value do you cherish the most?
What is your favourite thing about being part of Thread?
Doing something close to our hearts that makes us proud.
If you could do one thing with your life, what would it be?
Leave a creative legacy that makes a positive difference in some way.
Where do you want to travel to next – and why?
India – I’ve never been and I’ve always had a thing for India. My dad worked there and I grew up listening to his amazing stories. New York is a close second.