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Meet The CAPI Women

This month, to help celebrate International Women's Day, we're excited to introduce you to the incredible women that positively contribute to the the foundations of CAPI. 

With a love and dedication to what they do, diversity and quirkiness is incredibly centred in the team that CAPI have built over the past 10 years. 

 

Emma Evans 
CAPI CEO  

What does being a woman mean to you? It means a sense of nurturing that can co-exist with your ability to really get things done, lead and be. I feel honoured to be a leader and a women. To lean into what makes me who I am and the qualities that come with that. A softness that doesn't make me weak but grounded and clear.

Tell us something fun about you: I love musicals and aside from going to them, watching movies I often listen to playlists to sing and dance along. My inner child has a moment.

Where is your favourite place to eat/drink in the world? Japan. You can simply never have a bad meal.

Katie O’Callaghan
Logistics & Supply Chain Coordinator

What does being a woman mean to you? We all play our roles in our life, and the role of a women encompasses many things. Being a Woman means being Human in all aspects. We work together to support each other with kindness, generosity, and compassion. While demonstrating strength and integrity.

Tell us something fun about you: I have no special talent for singing but I will take up any opportunity for Karaoke!

Where is your favourite place to eat/drink in the world? At my Mum's house!

Genevieve Blackman
National Account Manager  

What does being a woman mean to you? Finding the strength in being vulnerable, balancing compassion and empathy for myself as well as those around me, and looking for opportunities to love completely.

Tell us something fun about you: I have a very unique and contagious laugh!

Where is your favourite place to eat/drink in the world? Anywhere with lots of trees and lush green grass.

Jade Williams
National Account Manager  

What does being a woman mean to you? It's being a mother, a daughter, a wife/ partner and a friend.

Tell us something fun about you: My Karaoke skills - Amazing.

Where is your favourite place to eat/drink in the world? Keeping it local with Vue de Monde.

Kate Solly
Sales Director
 

What does being a woman mean to you? Being kind, supportive and strong.

Tell us something fun about you: I love dress up parties, wordle, Chardonnay and I am obsessed with my dog Molly.

Where is your favourite place to eat/drink in the world? Lisbon, Portugal or at my dining table with a group of my friends

Lucy Deitz
Senior Marketing Coordinator
 

What does being a woman mean to you? For me, being a woman means a sense of camaraderie. Whether that is with the women in my life, or complete strangers. There's a felt experience that so many of us can relate to in one way or another and that feels like something special to me. When I think of the women in my life,  I think of warmth and kindness, loyalty and strength. I love being a woman.

Tell us something fun about you: I think if I were an animal, I would definitely be a puppy. Maybe that's why I love them so much. I've definitely got some child-like traits (playgrounds and theme parks aren't over for me) that haven't left me yet, which is kind of fun, unique for a 27 year old.

Where is your favourite place to eat/drink in the world? I love being, eating and drinking outside. My favourite place to enjoy some good food and drinks is a backyard or garden somewhere, shared with some of my closest friends, family or partner

Julia Zwar
Marketing Assistant

What does being a woman mean to you? To be fiercely independent and support the wonderful women around me. I carry great pride in the person that I have become and never miss an opportunity to learn and grow.

Tell us something fun about you: I'm huge lover of plants and hope to do a study in horticulture at some stage in the coming years. If there is a plant I don't know - I will make every effort to figure out what it is. 

Where is your favourite place to eat/drink in the world? As much as it is crazy, I love to eat a hot pho at a plastic table setting on the side of the road in Vietnam on a 35 degree day.