About me

I am so glad we have found each other here on the internet. It really is an amazing place. As the website suggests my name is Cherish and my purpose is to connect people to ideas which transform.

I have worked with people from all backgrounds, from front line logistics to senior legal executive and there is one thing I know for sure, we all want to be seen, heard and belong.

For over 10 years I have worked in corporate environments in the area of people operations and performance. During this time I have worked across the full spectrum of people ops as a HR generalist, however my superpower is in learning and development where I facilitate and craft learning experiences and provide specialised coaching to help people perform at their best!

I’m degree qualified with a Bachelor of Business (Human Resources) and a Masters in HR and Organisational Development from Southern Cross University. I’ve further specialised with a Professional Certificate of Positive Psychology from the University of Melbourne.

I work with individuals and teams to develop mindsets and hearts which allow people to be seen, heard and belong both in their professional lives and also importantly, in their personal lives.

I write my blog as a reflection of my personal journey and it is through my own process of personal growth and recovery I share tips and insights into how you can take small steps everyday to building a life you enjoy being a part of.

To find out how we can work together check out the work with me page by clicking here.

I look forward to sharing this journey with you,


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