Tabitha Noonan is a creative, adaptable and committed freelance Messaging Strategist and Writer with nine years experience in the Communications industry.
Tabitha has a passion for all things ethical, sustainable and creative, and tends to pursue work with clients who share these values. This has led her to collaborate with aid and development agencies, creative collectives, high school social justice groups, artists and a sustainability enterprise/farm in Tassie. Amongst her quirkier pursuits, she also found herself ghost writing for a spearfishing magazine talking about climate change and sustainable lobster fisheries.
Before starting her business, Tabitha was employed as Campaign Communications Manager for Micah Challenge Australia, a non-profit aid and development campaign. Her time at Micah Challenge from 2007-2012 was something of a baptism by fire. Tabitha established the communications, marketing, brand and media strategy, which led to considerable growth in support for the campaign, and emerged as a confident and refined campaign communications expert. She was the lead writer for all campaign materials and the founder and editor-in-chief of the Micah Challenge blog, an online publication that drew together experts from the aid and development sector.
Tabitha’s strong writing experience is supported by her tertiary qualifications in Communications/ PR.
A wordsmith chameleon with a knack for adapting her writing style to clearly communicate with a diverse range of audiences, you can trust that Tabitha will get you, get your brand and get your message right.