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Who are Inclusive Innovations Tasmania?

Inclusive Innovations Tasmania™ (IIT) is a commercially driven, human-centred, 100% volunteer leadership organisation with a unique ‘new world’ not-for-profit Company model with full charity and DGR status.

Our vision to develop our state’s inclusive culture, community and brand.

IIT delivers innovative consultancies, facilitates positive leadership and delivers strategic activations at grassroots, community, government and corporate levels.The IIT Board of Directors are committed multi-skilled professionals, all with extensive life and business experience and shared divergent thinking in their DNA.

Together, the team’s experience spans the business, sport & recreation, training, technology, communication, disability and accessibility realms. A powerful combination of skills and experience rarely seen in the NFP sector landscape.Our purpose means we work passionately in the service of all Tasmanians, improving lives by educating, innovating and mainstreaming ideas that inspire and develop our inclusive social fabric and empower our diverse population.

We call it the ‘inclusion economy’.

Our Team


Inclusive Innovations Tasmania is led by industry experts with a passion for human-centred solutions.

Phillip Drury

CEO – Director of Business & Innovations

Ross Copping

Director & Board Chair

Lynne Harwoods

Director & Board Member

Katy cooper

Director & Board Member

Moya Fyfe

Director & Board Member

Mohammad Aldergham

Director & Board Member

 Bronte Moore

Board Coordinator

Graeme Innes

Lead Advisor & Mentor

Mitch McPherson

Mitch McPherson 

IIT Ambassador

 Linda Manaena

Humanised Strategies & Coaching

 Ash Madden

Web Developer

Portrait photo of Ruth Butler

 Ruth Butler

Project Coordinator

Portrait photo of Adnan Habib

 Adnan Habib

Executive Project Coordinator

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Young blind girl playing with a range of sports balls including AFL, soccer, tennis and netball

Game Changer Sports Equipment Reuse Scheme

IIT led a consortium of partners to form a sports equipment exchange scheme that collects donated good quality, preloved sports equipment and redistributes it to Tasmanian youth – mostly in … Read more
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Community Achievement Awards Semi Finalist award

IIT & BCT Semi Finalist in Tas Community Achievement Awards – ABC Radio Interview

Exciting News! We’re thrilled to announce that both IIT and Blind Cricket Tasmania have been named as semi-finalists for the prestigious Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards!
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Print Radio Tas Interviews BCT

Print Radio Tas Interviews BCT

Listen to a recent interview with Blind Cricket Tasmania (BCT) – conducted by Tony Freeman on behalf of Print Radio Tasmania (PRT).
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