Fundraising Forum: Speaker biographies
Erica Myers-Tattersall has more than a decade of leadership experience building brands and guiding charities and private sector businesses.
Offering a rare blend of creative and operational strengths, Erica has achieved exciting company and product turnarounds and is recognised for her success in growing sales and profits. Her turnaround capability is highlighted by her accomplishments as CEO of the Australian Breastfeeding Association, (the country’s largest women’s health charity) where she led its bankrupt subsidiary into a profitable business within 12 months.
Erica is now a Director at Xponential Fundraising, part of the Xponential Group which has raised $600million over the last decade for more than 100 non-profits.
Erica is a true adventurer who speaks five languages, graduated with a Master of Business (Marketing) from Swinburne University in 2006 and is currently undertaking a Doctorate at Victoria University researching the impact of social enterprises on participant workers’ experiences of social inclusion.
Andrew Bradley is a Financial Adviser at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management with over 29 years’ industry experience in fixed income securities, capital markets and private wealth management.
Trained as an Economist, he started working as a Dealer in the Money Markets with institutional clients, then held various roles in Capital Markets and Derivative Securities in Sydney & London. Since moving back to Australia Andrew has worked in management consulting and investment banking and now Advises a range of Private Clients in Investment, Superannuation and Philanthropy.
Previous roles held were as Wealth Director at NAB, Executive Director at Goldman Sachs JBWere and Head of Capital Markets Distribution at JBWere and ANZ Private Bank. He serves on the Board of the South Australian Museum Foundation and sits on the Investment Committee of the Museum Board; he’s also an Ambassador for Time for Kids.
Andrew graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Economics and The London School of Economics and Political Science with a Master of Science.