When Glenys was little she used to set up a table in her bedroom and pretend it was her office.
She had pens and notepads and even though she couldn’t write properly she would scribble endlessly across the paper pretending to write like a big person.
Her desk was always neat. It’s not neat anymore!
Norm has been with Conni since 2016 making his way through various roles and now as our General Manager. Norm has spent most of his career in sales, technology and communications. Norm now leads our super dynamic small team. When he’s not crunching data, Norm loves to ride his bicycle and spend time with his grandson.
Rocket first touched a computer back in the early 80’s, a Commodore 64 (not an EJ model). He’s still in front of a screen, Mac preferably, keep the PC’s away :). He has had a few creative pursuits - Illustration, bonsais, custom bicycles but the digital world is still the main outlet.
Shalbi is the go-to gal when it comes to all things communications and customer service. There's a chance you've probably already spoken to her on the phone, at an expo or got one of her Conni emails!
Working as part of the customer service, sales, marketing, operations and production teams, there's not much that goes on that Shalbs doesn't dip her toes into.
Alanna started life out on a farm in Victoria, then as a teenager headed north to a rainforest lined valley in Far North Queensland where her favourite past times were a daily bungy jump or two and endless wakeboarding. She lived in bathers and thongs and had a very adventurous yet relaxed life. Eventually, with kids in tow, she decided to reign in the daily adrenaline hit and move "home" to settle in Geelong, reconnect with family and friends and perhaps find a career that gave her a sense of purpose greater than your average day job.
Gaurav is a huge people-person and has been working in the IT Industry for the last 4 years and his words...he just loves it! “There is nothing greater than finding opportunities for smart people to do awesome things, and it's a fantastic process that I feel lucky to participate in.”