Martin Ford (he/him)

Senior Social Innovator

Working on Gadigal Lands

An experienced practitioner, Martin spent fifteen years helping purpose-led organisations achieve their ambitions through strategic brand, web and communication design. Previously, in his own practice, he supported organisations to develop clearer articulations of purpose, process and frameworks for better design, collaboration and decision-making. 

Martin's work at TACSI includes research and co-design projects in the education and mental health sectors working alongside people with lived experience to elevate their voices in services and systems. Through co-planning and project design, Martin works closely with organisations and government to create better conditions for co-design and to build capability, confidence and momentum for change.

Martin brings energy, hope and motivation to the people and teams he works with and seeks to unify others in a common passion and purpose to achieve long term outcomes.

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