Entrepreneurship Program Manager
Helena leads the Generator at Monash University and has been part of the team since 2016. Her role is to design the programs, work across the entrepreneurial community at Monash and provide support to startups. She also helps set the direction of the Generator to maximise its impact on young entrepreneurs at Monash. Helena has been working in the university startup space since 2009 both in the UK and Australia. She has a Bachelor in Fine Art and Postgrad in Marketing.
Entrepreneurship Program Coordinator
Fiona manages the core programs of the Generator - Innovation Bootcamp, Validator and Accelerator. She has been part of the very start of entrepreneurship at Monash through the Incubate program in 2015. Her role is to shape out an incredible experience for young entrepreneurs and startups coming through the Generator programs, as well as develop new programs for the Monash community. She is a Monash Alumni with a Bachelor in Biomedical Science and a Masters in Commercialisation.
Head of Startup Programs
Megan is Head of Startup Programs at the Generator, responsible for the design and delivery of our programs and connectivity for startups into the investor ecosystem. Megan spent four years in San Francisco where she consulted on organisational development, communications and mindfulness for some of the world’s biggest tech companies.
She has designed, contributed to and run startup accelerator programs and training in the US, Asia, and Australia.
Prior to her stint in Silicon Valley, Megan worked as a journalist and radio host with the ABC for over a decade in Australia and the Asia Pacific region.
Megan is also a highly regarded mindfulness consultant, having run her own yoga retreat and personal development company, creating mindfulness programs for teams at Google, Facebook, Rio Tinto, and ANZ, among many others.
Megan also advises and mentors in the Australian and New Zealand startup ecosystems, and is committed to building thriving startups with healthy, balanced founders.
Marketing & Communications Manager
Lloyd joined the team in July 2021, after spending time in various University based Marketing, Communications, and Project Management roles. His role is to provide high level communication and marketing support related to the core activities of the Generator.
Prior to joining the Generator team, Lloyd spent some time with Monash’s Strategic Marketing and Communications team which broadly encompassed the alignment of a series of customer experience, web and tech based projects.
Lloyd was also responsible for the introduction of the aMigo peer support program at Monash, which centred around a mobile based application allowing new students to connect and engage with other students across the University to make their transition into uni life a more connected and supported experience.
He is bringing across with him his expertise in marketing and managing complex projects as well as his passion for technology, experience and digital transformation. Lloyd will be the first point of contact for many people within our community and he looks forward to creating a positive experience for both the Generator team and with our community.