Diana Elliott is a freelance writer and director of Resonance Communications.
She has extensive experience consulting to government, not for profit and corporate organisations, producing communication materials that are relevant, creative and engaging. She is highly skilled in taking conceptual or technical information and distilling it into a ‘story’ that resonates with its target audience.
Diana has a particular interest in working with clients and projects that involve promoting social or behavioural change (such as influencing the rate of youth binge drinking, or helping people with severe injuries lead more independent, productive lives). She has extensive experience consulting on major structural or operational change projects, where the priority is to ensure employees and stakeholders are informed, engaged and active participants in the transition program.
Diana also regularly contributes freelance opinion pieces to a a variety of metropolitan and national publications including The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian and ABC’s The Drum.