LTA People

Rebecca Culley

Manager - Client Projects and Operations

Rebecca supports organisations through the implementation of LTA’s leadership, talent and culture projects. As a program manager her natural ‘people focus’ is backed by her extensive experience in building effective operational processes.

After studying psychology and sports management at university, Rebecca went on to contribute to HR initiatives within the sporting and corporate sectors, including recruiting and managing event volunteers at Swimming Australia, and recruiting and assigning officials at Tennis Australia for both national and international events.

Over 14 years in business, Rebecca’s expertise in project and program management, event management and learning and development coordination has seen her work closely with senior leaders and their teams. Within the corporate sector this has included supporting the Graduate recruitment processes at JPMorgan and coordinating Leadership Development Programs at accountancy firm Crowe Horwath.

Rebecca works for clients to feel truly supported throughout their time in partnership with LTA. She says: “I really enjoy supporting clients through a full project rollout with LTA. From start to finish, one of the most rewarding aspects of my role is seeing the shift as teams and individuals develop.”

  • BA (Psychology & Sports Management)
  • Certificate IV in HR
  • Member of AHRI (Australian Human Resources Institute)

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