Shulah has worked towards achieving diversity and inclusivity throughout her life. Growing up as a trans woman in the Jewish community taught her the value of community, as well as the need to be open and inclusive to establish an environment that everyone can prosper in. Volunteering in community groups since her teenage years, Shulah has a passion for helping develop others' understanding of the importance of diversity.
It is through her own experiences navigating the workforce, initially as a closeted and now proudly out trans woman, that inspires Shulah to help inspire others in the workforce, with a commitment to develop a welcoming space that brings everyone equally to the table. As the modern workplace is constantly adapting, it is Shulah’s goal to make sure no one is left behind.
When Simon has time outside of his busy family of four, he is a sports fanatic, taking the opportunity to indulge in every aspect of AFL, cricket and soccer. During many years as a player at the Monash Cricket Club, he was exposed to both good and bad characteristics of Australian sporting club culture.
In 2014 Simon, together with a very strong volunteer committee, founded a supporters group called the Purple Bombers. The group was fundamentally established to assist the Essendon Football Club and the AFL in being leaders of change, focusing on creating a safe environment for LGBTI supporters and players, by encouraging and promoting diversity, and acceptance within the wider football community. As Vice President, Simon was extremely excited when the Purple Bombers were announced as a Coterie group at the beginning of the 2016 AFL season. This is an initiative Simon is very passionate about and it was through this hugely positive, yet challenging and confronting experience, that Simon was inspired to pursue the development of a niche job board for the LGBTI community. The Purple Bombers experience highlighted, through both his personal and working relationships, how far we still have to go to create a truly inclusive and equal working environment for all people.
Having studied and completed his Bachelor of Multimedia/Business Marketing (2008) and prior to that an Advanced Diploma in I.T. (2002), Simon has long had a passion for IT and emerging technologies. LGBTI Jobs is the brain child of Simon's love of the digital age and his strong belief in the need for everyone to feel that they belong in a diverse, inclusive workplace.
Jared's online experience started back in the days of dialup modems and he hasn't looked back since. During the dotcom boom he was Webmaster for one of the first high profile e-commerce websites theLounge.com.au. In 2001 he moved to London where he worked for one of the UK's leading online digital agencies working with companies such as Disneyland Paris, Dixons, Starbucks, BT (British Telecom) and Marks & Spencer where he eventually became part of the in-house web team working solely on their e-commerce website. In 2004 He then moved to France and setup his own web agency servicing clients locally and also in the UK and Australia.
He's been involved in web based projects of all scales and sizes, with extensive experience in e-commerce, online recruitment, content management systems, online marketing and digital design. He brings his vast web experience to LGBTI JOBS and he's extremely motivated to assist in building an equal working environment.
Together with Jared he is co-director of a web agency and manages the France office. He comes from a web agency background working on clients of all sizes in Paris and Brittany.
Over the course of the last 15 years Nicolas has been involved in developing bespoke e- commerce web sites, job boards and content management systems. Not only does he bring the technical know how but his marketing and business experience greatly assist in ensuring that web sites not only work but deliver the desired business goals and returns on investment.