Nicola Craddock joined ZAA as Executive Director in August 2017.
Coming from a background in the entertainment industry Nicola has experience from a range of roles operating across Australia and New Zealand, including strategic business development, marketing, operations, insights and analysis, business continuity and environmental sustainability.
Nicola has a Master’s degree of Business Administration (MBA) from the Australian Graduate School of Management, UNSW and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
In the past, Nicola has worked with WWF’s Earth Hour on their global campaigns, and more recently has been involved in other social and community contribution including teaching Primary ethics at her local primary school and other events and fundraising activities.
Nicola’s personal interests include distance running, bushwalking, sailing and environmental conservation.