Developed a digital citizenship program for secondary schools

The Digital Thumbprint Program teaches secondary students how to maintain a positive online presence, and be a discerning digital native.

Managed a five-strong creative team to produce a series of face-to-face workshops to promote positive "digital citizenships" for secondary students across Australia. 

Identified the critical period for shaping online habits and behaviours in young adults, identifying areas to promote positive online attitudes, and how to use technology to aid - rather than distract - from their ambitions.  

Client: Optus (engaged via Karrikins Group)
Role: Creative Services Manager
Year: 2013
Industry: Telecommunications, Education