Ashleigh Dunstan

Ashleigh Dunstan


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Ashleigh is a psychology and commerce graduate with practical experience in not-for-profit consulting through a Consulting Directorship with 180 Degrees Consulting. She brings an empirical and design-thinking approach to research, focusing on actionable solutions that provide maximum value to clients. Her university career has allowed her to travel to the UK, Denmark and India for further study and has shaped a global perspective on business and communication.

Influential work

  • Recommended a partnered event strategy for a digital social enterprise projected to generate $160,000 in revenue across five years
  • Co-spoke at The Northern Beaches ADHD Support Group, outlining psychological and behavioral coping strategies for siblings of ASD children
  • Conducted a psychological literature review for a nationally recognised domestic violence prevention organisation to create an education toolkit for young adults
  • Led a team of four consultants for 180 Degrees Consulting, resulting in a first-time team member being awarded Most Dedicated Consultant across the Macquarie Branch
  • Was selected for a director-led training program at a London-based digital recruitment agency as a result of exceeding business development and resourcing key performance indicators in the first eight months.

Outside of Nous

Ashleigh’s combined degree in commerce (international business) and psychology at Macquarie University focused on synthesising key outcomes through a major international business project on cross-cultural marketing, and included a psychology placement with White Ribbon Australia. Ashleigh has also worked as a travel consultant for the Flight Centre Group and holds a Certificate IV in Travel & Tourism. She is currently a consulting director for the Macquarie Branch of 180 Degrees Consulting, supervising a team of five on a revenue generation and corporate partnership project for an anti-slavery social enterprise.

In her spare time...

Ashleigh can be found eating her way through Sydney’s brunch and BYO spots, chilling out with a Louis Theroux documentary or attempting to learn languages on Babbel.