New addition to the Snowdome Foundation Executive team
In recent months, we have welcomed a new member to our Executive team. As Communications Manager, Camilla (Millie) Inman, will be responsible for conveying Snowdome’s external messages.
With a degree in Communications and Design, Millie has a strong background in Communications/Marketing and has worked with Mamamia and Network 10. Millie has watched the evolution of Snowdome since her own personal battle with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia in 2010. She decided post-treatment that is was time to make a move from the corporate world to not-for-profit organisations.
Millie is hoping to raise Snowdome’s brand awareness and recognition by promoting the achievements that Snowdome is making to help Australian blood cancers patients.
“I am so lucky that I was given the opportunity to go on a trial treatment when I was diagnosed with blood cancer. To wake up every day and know that I can be part of the movement to increase this opportunity for Australians with blood cancer, is an honour.”
On the days Millie is not at Snowdome, she chooses to dedicate the majority of her time to other worthy Australian charities. She works part-time with Koala Kids Foundation and publicly speaks for the Cancer Council.
We welcome Millie as she brings integrity, compassion, and motivation to this role at Snowdome.