Pippa Cattanach (she/her)

Network Steward, People and Culture

Working on Kaurna Land

Pippa loves to see people thrive, and her role as TACSI’s Network Steward for People and Culture means she spends her days striving to create the conditions for collaboration, connection, wellbeing and learning.

 She has over 15 years’ experience in organisational development for an NGO and local government, complexity science and community engagement in the education and environment sectors.

 Pippa leverages her knack of creating a nourishing environment where people feel safe to share their fears, challenges and dreams, and support staff to continue to tackle big social challenges with gusto, energy and joy.

 Working at TACSI aligns with her beliefs and values around social justice, equality and giving people a voice in issues that are important to them.

 Outside of work, you’ll find Pippa spending time with her family and friends, and soaking up the healing powers of nature through bushwalking and camping.

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Pippa's Message Stick

*A message stick is a public form of graphic communication first used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Peoples. The objects were carried by messengers over long distances and were used to support a verbal message.

Pippa's Message Stick

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