Tiny Hunter’s strategy director Emma Scott has just been announced as one of 2019’s AGDA mentors. Congratulations Emma! She’ll be helping the next generation of Australian creatives achieve their goals and break new boundaries.
AGDA (The Australian Graphic Design Association) has been running its mentorship program since the 1980s, giving people access to practical career guidance and support. And we couldn’t be happier to be involved.
“I’m so excited to be chosen as a mentor for AGDA,” says Emma. “I’m lucky to have had some incredible mentors over my career. Even now, I am surrounded by inspirational people such as my business partners Jodie de Vries and Jo Gossage. Having this support has helped me get to where I am today. I cannot wait to give back and help someone else achieve their goals.”
The AGDA NSW Mentorship Program is a free member-only benefit available to all current AGDA members with at least two year’s industry experience. Each mentor will be assigned a mentee for eight weeks, from July 15th – 9th September 2019.