Dr Kori Nemme is mad about big ideas and creative projects, mostly ones out of her depth. She’s not so much about talent but more about saying yes, and then momentarily panicking. At age 27 Kori completed a PhD in education. Today she communicates those ideas through writing and events.
Kori’s work spans across education, community and non-for-profit sectors, both internationally and across Australia. During this time she has worked in the roles of workshop facilitator, author, lecturer, academic researcher, and community consultant – with the focus on developing programs and experiences which develop thought-provoking and colourful learning.
Kori has provided program facilitation for Macquarie University, Deakin University, University of Western Sydney, UTS, Campbelltown Council, Randwick Council, Tamworth Council, CANTEEN NSW, the Macarthur-Wingecarribee regional youth forum, Canada Bay Library, Forbes Shire Council, City of Ryde Council, YWCA Adelaide, UN Women Australia, Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Women’s Council, Apprenticeships NSW, Rock Eisteddfod NSW, TAFE NSW, SisterSpeak Dubbo, Commonwealth Bank Foundation, the Bahrain Ministry, NSW Parliament, St George Girls High School, Department of Broadband Communications and the Digital Economy, Department of National Parks, Sports, and Racing Queensland, Headspace QLD, Fairvale High School, Wodonga Council, Anglicare NSW, Surf Life Saving Australia.
Kori is always interested in new projects and collaborations.
Her first work of fiction The Idea (or the inevitable and wonderful cycle of creative existence) is now available at www.korinemme.com.