Moya Sayer-Jones is one of Australasia’s leading experts on storytelling. She works with both NGOs and government organisations, helping them to ignite the power of story to make a bigger difference in what they do and how they do it. She applies story tools to organisational development, reporting, donor and volunteer recruitment, HR and communications. In her not-so-distant past life, Moya was well known as a novelist, columnist, performer and film maker in Australia.
Moya’s clients include YWCA Auckland, NZ Cancer Council, UnitingCare Australia, Medicare Local, Christchurch City Mission, Australian Department of Health and Ageing, The Australia Council, Regional Arts Australia, Victorian Women’s Trust, and the Queensland Mental Health Alliance. She has seen story move minds and mountains. That’s why she’s a story activist. Watch out: she’ll try to make you into one too!