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Welcome, Sharné

13 August 2019

We received an overwhelming response to our call for a Project & Office Manager, but the choice was clear once we met Sharné. Organised, creative, passionate about learning, and unquestionably enthusiastic about dumplings, she fit right in from day one. We asked her to tell us a bit about herself — here’s what she said:

Tell us about yourself and how you got here.

I have a background in marketing (which is where my interest in websites first began) however have spent the last 10 years working in business development and management in the online education space. I’ve always hung onto that spark of interest in websites though and over the years have completed several development courses and worked with websites in both a volunteer and freelance capacity. Last year I bit the bullet and left my role in education to pursue a career in the web industry.

What are you most looking forward to?

I’ve been a fan of Humaan’s work for some time, the talent here is truly remarkable. I’m looking forward to learning more about the industry in general, and also to being part of an inspirational team that delivers some of the highest quality websites around.

What makes you Humaan?

I love being outdoors and have a concerning addiction to plants. I am pretty much entirely fuelled by coffee, love all things food-related and doing art & craft with my kids.

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