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Find the support you need to turn your ideas into maximum positive impact.

Impact Boom searches the globe to find the people, stories & inspiration to help you take your ideas to the next level.

On the blog and podcast, Impact Boom interviews world-leading practitioners, social entrepreneurs, academia, innovators, thinkers and doers in fields such as design, social innovation, social enterprise and education. As long as these leaders are focussing their efforts on creating positive social and environmental change, we'll make sure you hear about it.


The team

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Tom Allen
Founder & CEO
(Brisbane-based)

Tom Allen loves stepping outside of his comfort zone to take on new challenges that create positive change. As a design strategist, social entrepreneur and educator, Tom's passion lies in creating projects, initiatives and programs which empower people to tackle complex social and environmental issues. 

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rachel stevens
Contributing Editor
(MUNICH-based)

Rachel Stevens is passionate about meeting and working with others who share a mutual drive for creating positive social impact. As a keen traveller, explorer and curious design student at QUT, Rachel is currently a design intern at BMW, Munich and is researching European impact initiatives.

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Nikoline Arns
Contributing Editor
(Barcelona-based)

Nikoline Arns is a cross-disciplinary designer from the Netherlands. She creates visual identities for inspiring people and startups to tell their story to the world. Nikoline is based in Barcelona, runs a great co-working space and is passionate about projects which positively impact the local community.

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Michael Keller
Contributing Editor
(San Francisco-based)

Michael Keller is a Product Manager and Social Entrepreneur from San Francisco, CA. Inspired by the likes of Bill Drayton, Melinda Gates and Anne Mahlum, he dreams of creating positive social change by listening to people suffering from social issues in order to build products and services that address their genuine needs.

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Mikaela Stephens
Contributing Editor
(Brisbane-based)

Mikaela Stephens is a healthcare designer based in Brisbane, specialising in human-centred and systems design. Tailoring her design education to support a passion in health, Mikaela is now gaining rapid experience and promotes implementation of socially sustainable and innovative design in an evolving industry. 

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Olivia Roney
Contributing Editor
(Brisbane-based)

Olivia Roney is a Brisbane-based Law/Economics student, passionate about social enterprise and disruptive ideas of social change. Having worked with social enterprises here in Australia, Austria and India, as well as founding The Unknown Project in 2017, Olivia is invested in maximising the impact of empowering and agency-driven projects.

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Amedeo Watson
Contributing Editor
(Brisbane-based)

Amedeo Watson is passionate about the power of business and innovation to create positive impact. Having worked in social enterprise support organisations in Europe, he believes social entrepreneurship has a unique ability to create both comprehensive solutions and competitive businesses, while recognising the challenges of communicating vision and clearly defining impact.


Our Impact

As a social enterprise, Impact Boom believes knowledge and education are the keys to healthier communities and a better world.

Impact Boom works with disadvantaged community members to provide opportunities for positive change. For every place filled on our Elevate+ Program, we provide one spot for a community member to participate in a hands-on entrepreneurship and creativity workshop.

Alongside the first round of the Elevate+ Program, in order to help close the education gap, Impact Boom has committed to providing a creativity and innovation workshop with 25 Indigenous Australians alongside our collaborators Barayamal.

 

The world has plenty of ideas, people and resources (although some are fast running out).

What the world needs is an impact boom.