Bathsheba Adams (she/her)

Brand and Communications

Working on Kaurna land

Bebe’s diverse career across journalism, editing, advertising and communications makes her the ideal person to shout about TACSI’s achievements to the world. As our resident marketing guru, Bebe oversees both internal and external communications, from our web presence and brand activation campaigns through to our social communications.

Often referred to as ‘Busy Bee’, her forte is juggling multiple projects with demanding deadlines. A recent highlight has been managing the redesign of the TACSI website and brand, which has allowed Bebe to flex her creative muscles and wax lyrical about good design and typography.

An avid environmentalist, Bebe is also passionate about her four fur babies, regeneration of our organic soils, all things gardening and the health of our planet.


Bachelor of Arts Anthropology & Sociology (Honours)

Master of Business Administration

Diploma Media Studies


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