November 2nd, 2020 by Nicola Courtin
Zoe is an energetic, pro-active solicitor, community facilitator and creative with over ten years of experience in the not-for-profit community and legal sectors. She is a keen collaborator, connector and facilitator, passionate about access to justice issues, mildly obsessed with community outreach and connectivity, a massive IP/Copyright law nerd and an occasional event producer, writer and tertiary lecturer. For Zoe, education is a way to empower people allowing them the freedom to make choices and determine their own path. When Zoe was in school her favourite subjects were English, literature, politics, dance and drama. Zoe now works in arts law, fashion law and business development for Arts, Culture and Social Justice not-for-profits. She is also a wife, a mum to daughter Indigo (Gogo), rescue dog Ziggy, and two seven-foot pythons Calypso and Balthazar. Zoe enjoys dancing and has a special love for 1960’s gogo, Brazilian Samba and lindy hop. She also enjoys writing, seeing theatre shows, DJing, hiking and traveling. You may spot Zoe in an advert, music video or feature film – her husband is a filmmaker so she has been cast as an extra many times.