Mrs Alison Corke
BSC (Hons); CELTA
Board member since 2005
Ali provides PR & marketing advice to the Conservation Ecology Centre in her role on the advisory board.
She has been involved in communications for the majority of her career. In addition to working for a variety of organisations and charities, Ali is the author of a number of books and guides to advertising and public relations.
Ali was born and educated in England, where after several years working in advertising, public relations and publishing, she established and ran her communications company – ‘Words’ – and was commissioned to write books examining the reasons behind the success of some major companies.
Continuing with her freelance career after arriving in Melbourne in 1986, Ali now resides and works in Apollo Bay. Her latest book deals with the issues confronting asylum seekers and refugees, and another book – due for publication in 2020 – shares the wonders of the natural world, while considering the myriad of challenges facing Australian wildlife.
“I am proud to be associated with the Conservation Ecology Centre. The organisation works professionally and diligently to achieve its vision – a healthy and resilient Otways, cared for forever – and continuously observes the fundamental principle of public relations – to deserve, acquire and retain a good reputation.”