SENVIC Local Lead
Kayla Cartledge is a Gurindji (Aboriginal) businesswoman based on Bunurong land on the Kulin Nation. As the founder of Our Songlines, an Indigenous social enterprise, Kayla works closely with other social enterprises and is dedicated to promoting the social and economic benefits of procuring from social enterprises.
Kayla has a Commerce degree and has sat on the executive team within Kinaway, the Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce over the past two years. As the SENVIC Local Lead, Kayla is excited to bring Indigenous and non-Indigenous social enterprises together to create a thriving economy.
Frankston Social Enterprise Hub
Frankston Social Enterprise Hub is focused on growing social enterprises and the social enterprise ecosystem in the Southern Metropolitan region of Melbourne.
At the helm is Dr Amber Earles, a long-time resident of the Mornington Peninsula and specialist in social enterprise governance.