Thomas Stevens

Thomas Stevens

Director, Design & Communications

Passionate about social justice, Thomas has over a decade of experience to have a positive impact on social issues.

Availability: Full-Time

Email: [email protected]

Thomas Stevens has broad experience within media, communications and design. Thomas has developed a well crafted approach to take a project from concept to completion.

Within the last few years his work has focused on Social Marketing and communications for social change. He has been involved in a number of social marketing campaigns in areas such as gambling, social media use, education, mental health and well-being, education and parenting. He has effectively used his wide range of skills and experience to enable businesses and organisations to communicate clearly and effectively. His extensive knowledge & skills include creative direction, graphic design, web development/Search Engine Optimisation, digital media production and advertising, communications, marketing and video production. 

At Odds – Young People and Gambling

Awareness and social marketing campaigns aimed at addressing young people and the effects of gambling harm have been uncommon in the ACT. The social marketing campaign At Odds: Young People and Gambling was the first of its kind in the ACT. The project was designed to specifically target young adults aged 18 – 30 through a public health approach, to

The YOGIES

The Annual Youth Sector Awards, which recognise, celebrate and promote outstanding practice of youth workers and community organisations in the ACT and surrounding area. The YOGIES Award Ceremony was held in November 2019, and awards were presented by the Minister for Children and Young People. The Annual YOGIE Awards

Feasibility Study for a headspace centre in South Canberra

The Capital Health Network commissioned the Youth Coalition to undertake a feasibility study regarding the establishment of a second headspace centre on the southside of the ACT. This included conducting a desktop review, focus groups with young people and interviews with stakeholders across the youth and mental health sectors to propose a location for the new site; and to identify

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