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About Us

Humanly is a social enterprise with a double-bottom-line impact.

Transforming Service

Our everyday transforming service work strengthens the collective culture of the organisations we work with to enable good lives for everyone.

Pro-bono Work and Sponsorship

Our pro-bono facilitation and sponsorship of workshops and events strengthens the communities we live in to value diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.

Team Humanly

Team Humanly brings a variety of attributes, lived experiences, and skills in inclusion, leadership, business, change, community psychology, facilitation, training, coaching and mentoring. 

Janelle (Nellie) Fisher

Janelle is Co-founder of Humanly and is a community psychologist and leader with over 30 years of association with the disability sector, having worked in diverse roles from service delivery, case management, and, research and development. She has served in leadership and governance roles in various human services, has led change, and is a certified coach and adult teacher. 

Lisa Clausen

Lisa is Co-founder of Humanly and is a change leader and practitioner with over 30 years of business experience, in not-for-profits to multinational corporations. She has led transformations including that of a disability support organisation from charity to social enterprise while serving in a leadership role, has held governance roles, and is a certified coach and adult teacher.

Humanly Advisory Team

In lieu of a Board, Humanly has engaged an Advisory Team to support and guide its growth and development as a social enterprise.
The strategy team members support the Humanly Executive Team to lead Humanly’s strategic direction and the service team members support the Humanly Executive Team to co-design Humanly’s resources and content for product offerings. 

Debbie Ward

Kerri Bonner

Steve Murray

Dr Garth Bennie

Kim Kaukau

Tania Wilson

Jade Farrar

Logan Fisher-Murray

Vashti Crompton

Karen Woodfield

Richard Dryden

Emily & Chony Jarunratanakul

Being Humanly

Check out our six-part podcast series about being human in human services.

We discuss the challenges and opportunities that disability support services in Aotearoa New Zealand face, as they seek to do the right thing and shift the way they serve persons with disabilities – to ensure the person is always in the driver’s seat and always driving their life experience.

Awesome allies we're journeying with...

Collective Language > Collective Action > Collective Impact


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