Stuart Lucca-Pope is the owner operator of Littlefoot Bar, established in early 2015 at 223 Barkly Street Footscray, with his partner Liana. Previously they owned and operated Bebida Bar & Café in Smith St, Fitzroy from 2003 to 2013 while living first in Melbourne's inner south then inner west. Stuart's first career was in environmental education working at both the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Melbourne Aquarium. He has a solid commitment to minimising the environmental footprint of any business he operates. Another personal focus is fostering a strong connection with the community that he lives and works in.Read more Read less
I have worked in the Finance and Banking Industry for the last 10 years across Westpac and Bank of Melbourne, Bank Manager leading and supporting my teams to provide a great banking experience. Prior to this I owned and operated a Hotel business in the NSW Snow Ski township of Jindabyne from 1999 to 2006. My passion for the snow skiing and travelling was the inspiration to taking on the challenge of self-employment in a seasonal industry. I appreciate the opportunity I had of owning an SME business as this provided me with invaluable experience to support and understand local business customers in my role today. I worked for large corporations such as Qantas and Southcorp Wines in Sales and Marketing/Analytical roles prior to owning my own business. In recent years I completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Business Administration at Deakin University. Supporting women in business and mentoring women in leadership is an important value I enjoy providing to our local community. I enjoy keeping fit which includes Yoga, walking my dog and riding my bike on the fabulous bike tracks we have around the West!Read more Read less
Fabio is a partner of Collins & Co and heads up the Valuation & Forensic Accounting division of the practice and is the firm’s specialist tax advisor. He has been associated with the Footscray Traders Association for a number of years.Read more Read less
Kerrie Ann Godfrey
After meeting the wonderful Footscray Traders Association Committee as a guest at one of the meetings I was amazed to see firsthand, the passion, commitment and love the Committee has for the local community. Having grown up in Footscray and recently returning to work within the heart of Footscray, I saw this chance encounter with the Footscray Traders Association as an opportunity for me to be involved and give back to the community that has been such a big part in my life growing up in the Western Suburbs, hence my reason for nominating to be part of the Footscray Traders Association as a Committee Member. Footscray is an ever evolving community, continuously changing with the times and I’m truly honoured to be part of the Footscray Traders Association to further develop this wonderful community in all aspects of its growth and development to maintain and encourage its diversity and its unmistakable character.Read more Read less
Liana Lucca-Pope specialises in branding and communication design under the name of Hello Idea. Liana is also founder and facilitator of the Idea Collective, a co-working creative space founded in Footscray in 2013, which houses Hello Idea as well as a number of other like-minded businesses. In 2015 she co-founded and created Littlefoot Bar in Barkly St Footscray, deeply inspired by the rich, local cultural heritage and vibrant, connected community spirit of the place she has called home for nearly a decade. In early 2016 Liana joined the committee of the Footscray Traders Association and is working to reinvigorate the Association to better represent Footscray and its Traders.Read more Read less
Steve Hubbard is a ‘son of the west of the west’ having relocated from Perth, WA to Melbourne’s West a decade ago, and more recently to Footscray as a local resident. Steve has a Masters of Marketing and is a Certified Practicing Marketer. Steve co-founded qubeSocial in 2014 and is its Social Media Marketing Director. Steve joined FTA as a member in late 2016 and has been engaged to promote Footscray Traders, and Footscray, as a great destination to trade, shop and live.Read more Read less
Danielle Price is the Founder of She Will Shine, a community for female business owners based on connection, support and education based at The Dream Factory in Footscray. Danielle also opens the doors to all-female coworking, the first of its kind in Melbourne. After three years of working in Footscray, Danielle is looking forward to giving back to the inner west community as a Committee Member of Footscray Traders and promoting Footscray as a great place to do business.Read more Read less
Footscray is a vibrant multi-cultural community and I am excited about being part of the Footscray Traders Association and sharing any knowledge or experience that may be useful. My grandparents lived their whole lives in Buxton Street West Footscray and I have lived in the area since I bought my first house in 1998 in Moore Street. I lived the first 3 years of my life at my grandparent’s home so it is fair to say that Footscray is in my blood. I have 5 children and 11 grandchildren so I can identify with the families in the area. I shop locally because I like to support the local traders. I have a background in theatre, film and television, so I love the vibrancy of the arts community in Footscray and hope I can contribute and support its growth. I have worked in Community Services for over 20 years and hope I can bring some of that experience to the committee.Read more Read less
With an experienced team and specialist partners, Raymond Tang formed Procella Insurance Solutions which subscribes to an adamant philosophy that providing sound advice, service and obtaining competitive premiums is the core value that a client places on their Broker.Read more Read less
Previous Committee Members
- Lidia Cammarano – Founding Member
- Ben Coyle
- Melaku Dominique
- Nick Fahey
- Abdulazize Hussen
- Fiona McDonnell
- Grant Miles
- Khai Nguyen
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