Our People

Dr Stephen Morse


CEO and Founder

Speaker | Thought Leader | Coach

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Sarah Morse


Director and Founder

Speaker | Writer | Storyteller

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Antoine Seymour


Project Officer

UTS Business Student/Intern


Theia Gingkwan Boonpun


Project Officer 

UTS Business Student/Intern 

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Committed to the Journey

First Hand Knowledge

Stephen and Sarah spent seven years (2011-2016) in Madrid, Spain, working with women coming out of sexual slavery, educating community groups, and leading a team of advocates. Since returning to Australia, they have continued to advocate for survivors of modern slavery.

Academic Research

Stephen's commitment to modern slavery intervention is most evident in his doctoral research which he completed in 2016. Since then he has kept up- to- date on global trends in addressing human rights abuses and modern slavery legislation, and has become a thought leader in this space.

Embracing the Poor

Sarah's integrity in serving the global poor is seen in her 20 year's experience of leading cross-cultural teams, providing health care to clinics in Zambia and India, bringing hope to disabled orphans in Romania, and supporting survivors of sex trafficking in Madrid. 

Positive Engagement

Sarah's engaging style will captivate your attention, causing you to look beyond the bottom line towards the opportunities for doing good in business. Her keynote address on why doing good is good business will inspire you to action. 

Emotional Intelligence

Stephen's experience in design thinking will give you the confidence of knowing that he want to be in your shoes, designing a solution that includes your real needs, and  together for sustainable outcomes and real improvement.

Global Network

Spanning five continents, our global network will connect you to a wide range of development projects and social enterprises, that will take your business beyond compliance and into shared value partnerships.

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