Manda Kaye



Manda is a writer, brand storyteller and imperfect creative, who writes a flash fiction blog called small stories and runs a collaborative project between artists and writers called Imaginary Albums. She knows where the apostrophes go, and she’s well up on her Joseph Campbell and Seth Godin. Her business Brandcamp helps brave small businesses tell better stories to connect to their customers. Manda’s favourite TED talks are by Brené Brown, Sir Ken Robinson and Elizabeth Gilbert.



Bushfires: This is not a crisis we can afford to waste

It was December 9 when the Gospers Mountain megafire first blazed into our watch zone. I know because that’s when I started taking screenshots of the Fires Near Me...


Not-to-be-missed speakers from TEDxSydney 2019

We had all just piled into the ICC for the start of TEDxSydney, where Wiradjuri elder Yvonne Weldon of the Metropolitan Aboriginal Land Council gave a warm and moving...


Waste could become our most valuable asset says University of Sydney researcher

From your fridge to your toothpaste tube, from your smartphone to your KeepCup - plastics are everywhere. Breaking down into tiny micro-particles and creating waste that collects in waterways,...

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