Georgia Cordukes brings 20 years’ experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia.
Specialising in managing complex projects and large-scale events, Georgia has produced some of Australia’s best known and celebrated Indigenous programs. She has also account-managed numerous national communications and marketing campaigns for State and Federal Governments, and corporate clients.
Georgia joined Vibe in 1997 and as its CEO from 2010 to 2014, played an integral role in the company’s growth from a team of 2 people to 30, as well as the development of the Vibe suite of media products. Her executive skills include business development, HR, accounts, events, communications, marketing, public relations, research and writing.
She was co-executive producer for the Deadly Awards, the Healing Foundation Apology Concerts of 2013 and 2014, and Logie-nominated television program Move It Mob Style. She was supervising producer for Vibe’s Living Strong program.
Georgia began her career as a lawyer at Blake Dawson Waldron, where she practised entertainment law. In the 90s she moved into production, promotions and events management in the film and music industries. She managed successful Sydney rock band The Whitlams, and founded Sydney film production company Green Arrow Films. She is a graduate of Sydney Leadership Australia.