Zoë Wundenberg is the editor of the Australian Career Practitioner magazine. She took over the position in early 2014, with the 25th anniversary (Winter 2014) edition marking the first issue with her at the helm.
Zoë is based in Albury-Wodonga where she has been running a private career development practice for several years. She is also the founder of the Albury/Wodonga Business Community Hub, which aims to encourage growth and economic strength in the local business community.
Having more than a decade experience in personnel management, recruitment and career development, Zoë holds a Graduate Diploma in Careers Education and Development from RMIT as well as an Honours Degree in Arts from Monash University and the University of WA.
Creativity – including drawing, graphic design and jewellery-making – has always been a constant in her life; and her background as the editor of a 200-page annual magazine published by a local private school and her work as a freelancer for a WA newspaper meant Zoë was able to slot into the position of ACP editor with comfort and ease.
Her vision for her time as editor of the magazine is to encourage increased online engagement, connecting with readers through social media by establishing discussions related to the magazine, incorporating resources to inform as well as assist, and to continue to work in order to align the magazine with the needs of CDAA members as best as possible.
If you would like to contribute to the magazine, please contact Zoë at firstname.lastname@example.org.