Georgia Malone

Founder and Director Georgia Malone has a Graduate Diploma in Management (Arts and Cultural Management) from the University of South Australia. She has been an active member of the Australian Arts Industry for 20 years, with a decade dedicated to strategic Marketing at some of Australia's most significant contemporary arts organisations (Perth Festival, Sydney Dance Company, Perth Theatre Company, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts and Co3 Australia).

Georgia’s pragmatic and lateral approach ensures successful campaigns, a positive experience for clients and an excellent standard for all projects. Georgia collaborates closely with boards, creative and development teams to define outcomes and strategy, a method that has consistently achieved key financial and organisational goals.

Georgia has been a pivotal part of the management teams in significant national contemporary arts organisations (Sydney Dance Company, Perth Theatre Company, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts and Co3 Australia).

Georgia has cultivated an extremely strong professional network within the arts industry at all levels from independent artists through to CEOs of Major Performing Arts Companies, and also with key stakeholders including funding bodies, local government, corporations and suppliers on both the East and West coasts of Australia.


Rachel Audino

Associate Rachel Audino has a Bachelor of Contemporary Arts at Edith Cowan University majoring in Visual Arts. She has steadily risen in the arts marketing industry in Perth working across multiple projects and companies and building a strong professional network in WA.

Her professional resume includes positions at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA), Perth Writers Festival, Perth Festival and Performing Lines WA where she gained experience working with regional WA venues.

For three years, she held the position of Artist Liaison for the Perth Writers Festival and in 2015 was appointed as Social Media Assistant for The Giants by Royal de Luxe at the Perth International Arts Festival.

Rachel has worked with a number of Western Australian arts and cultural organisations in various roles, including as Marketing Assistant for mouseprint at the State Theatre Centre of WA, and Marketing and Publicity Manager for Proximity Festival 2015 at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. She has also worked at Performing Lines WA and at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) as Digital Marketing Coordinator before being promoted to Acting Communications Manager. She recently worked with Perth Festival as the Digital Marketing Coordinator managing all social media and website activity for the 2019 Festival.

Since starting at GM Consulting, Rachel has lead accounts with Brookfield Place, CircuitWest, Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation, State Library of WA, Fairbridge Festival and the State Buildings. Rachel’s ability to find creative solutions has brought her success in leading marketing campaigns, social media management, website development, team management and audience analysis and development.


Jayne Cleave

Business Manager Jayne Cleave has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and a Masters in Information Technology. She has worked for high profile organisations around the world, including Penguin Books (London), State Library Victoria (Melbourne) and the Perth International Arts Festival.

Jayne has extensive experience in marketing and project management and has worked with governments at both state and local level. She operates effectively within the bureaucratic systems of government departments and has thorough knowledge of best practice procedures for organisations of all sizes. Jayne’s experiences across various industries has given her a broad understanding of business challenges.


Jo Malone

Development Consultant Jo Malone has over 30 years’ experience in event management and organization, small business, writing, publishing and fundraising for special projects.

These include over 1000 events for IIR (now Informa) over 15 years in Canberra and WA; Greening Australia; publishing in Australia (Viking Australia – Penguin Books) and internationally (Sterling Publishing, NY); administrator of the $15 million restoration fundraising campaign for St George’s Cathedral Perth; manager of the St George’s Cathedral Sculpture project – Ascalon; and is currently Development Manager at Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts since 2008, as well as consulting to GM Consulting Pty Ltd.

Jo has extensive experience in education working collaboratively with teams to establish the School Drug Education Project; and Growing and Developing Healthy Relationship (sexuality education) in all WA schools working with all 1200 schools across the state to publish materials and coordinate training for teachers and educators.

Spanning all aspects of event management, and the art of developing strong relationships with donors and funders, Jo has a strong philanthropic and corporate network.


Maddy Blue

Designer Maddy Blue has a Masters in Architectural Design and has five years experience as a graphic designer. She brings strong design aesthetics to her work, along with a creative flair and bold concepts.

Maddy works part time for GM Consulting and is also a successful musician, regularly performing around Perth.