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Stephanie Ney

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Stephanie Ney relocated to Coffs Harbour in late 2006, leaving behind a 15-year career working between the corporate and not-for-profit sectors in Sydney. Stephanie has worked for a number of prestigious arts organisations, including Bell Shakespeare and the Museum of Contemporary Art; ran a highly successful sponsorship consultancy specialising in corporate social responsibility; and established BISI Australia, a non-profit organisation supporting Kids Help Line.
Stephanie worked at regional Aboriginal cultural organisation, Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance, from Feb 2009 to June 2014 and undertook a range of roles from Project Officer, Operations Manager to Development Manager. In March 2014, she enrolled in the School of Social Entrepreneurs Social Change 101 Program in Coffs Harbour and has since been working with the local community to save the independent Sawtell Cinema.
Stephanie recently joined Arts Mid North Coast as Arts Development Officer looking after the northern end of the region (Nambucca Heads, Bellingen, Dorrigo and Coffs Harbour – and everything in between). This is a part time (12 hrs/week) 6 month contract position.

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