Nicole Webb
Nicole Webb
CEO
Frances Dwyer
Frances Dwyer
General Manager
Victoria O’Neill
Victoria O’Neill
Group Account Director
Katie Eastment
Katie Eastment
Account Director
Jason Gemenis
Jason Gemenis
Peppermint Digital
Kris White
Kris White
Consulting Behavioural Psychology Specialist
Brent Knevett
Brent Knevett
Government Relations Consultant
Emily Nowland
Emily Nowland
Senior Consultant
Ryan Marnell
Ryan Marnell
Senior Account Manager
Gabi Selwyn
Gabi Selwyn
Senior Consultant
Casey Hodges
Casey Hodges
Senior Account Manager
Charlotte Hartley-Wilson
Charlotte Hartley-Wilson
Account Manager
Olivia Bailey
Olivia Bailey
Senior Account Executive
Leah Callaghan
Leah Callaghan
Account Executive
Zoe Coyne
Zoe Coyne
Account Coordinator
Miss Watson & Truffle
Miss Watson & Truffle

Culture

Named as a B&T Best Employer Finalist, IMPACT fosters a fun and hardworking sense of community. Our open-plan office makes us a destination for the brightest talent (we attract staff from global PR agencies!). 

Perks include ‘Lunch & Learn’, flexible hours, Pilates classes, on-site swimming pool and end-of-trip facilities, Chill Days and training allowance. Friday team lunch is not to be missed!

Community Support

We are passionate about pro bono work and currently support The Australian Theatre for Young people; making as much noise as we can to help them raise funds for their move to a  bigger and better theatre space.

We’ve built cardboard boxes in the wee hours of the morning in Sydney’s Martin Place for a disruptive awareness campaign for Gynaecological cancers. Other passion projects have included raising awareness of the BRCA gene with Pink Hope, helping the McGrath Foundation celebrate 10 years and promoting the Chalk Urban Art Festival featuring Australia’s largest 3D Street Painting.

We do as much as we can to support our local community and the industry we play in.

Internships

IMPACT’s Emerging Talent Program is about investing in the future of the PR industry and developing a pool of work ready graduates.

We give students a practical understanding of agency PR. The three-step program consists of a full induction, mentoring in PR activities, and an evaluation report for their resume.

At the heart of our program lies the learning contract, an agreement between IMPACT and the student that outlines the responsibilities of both parties. The contract sets realistic expectations of what the program will entail and ensures students are exposed to, and learn from, the PR activities IMPACT has promised.

At the end of the internship, students have their performance evaluated in person to give them an indication of how they have progressed throughout their time at IMPACT.

Feedback and ongoing support from a mentor can make the world of difference when it comes to professional development.

Internship Program

If you’re interested in becoming an #IMPACTIntern drop us a line

at impact@impactagency.com.au