New mango comms manager

Oct. 10, 2022 | 5 Min read
The Australian Mango Industry Association has welcomed a new communication manager. After the departure of Jessica Mitchell after six years of dedicated work, the AMIA has welcomed Gabby Taylor to take on the comms role.

The Australian Mango Industry Association has welcomed a new communication manager. After the departure of Jessica Mitchell after six years of dedicated work, the AMIA has welcomed Gabby Taylor to take on the comms role.

Ms Taylor has previous experience in horticulture, working in the berry industry with Oz Group Co-op Ltd in various roles.

She brings experience in marketing and branding, communications, and project management, playing a pivotal role in introducing frozen Australian blueberries to the shelves of Coles supermarkets. Most recently she worked in communications within the waste management industry.

“The role of Australian farmers is absolutely pivotal in the success of our country, especially in regional areas. I hope to help the mango industry continue to thrive and to see the hard work of our Aussie farming families be rewarded,” she said.

“As the communication manager for AMIA, I am hoping to continue to make valuable resources easily available through the media, our website, newsletters and magazine but to also utilise our social media channels to build our networks and ensure our industry is engaged in relevant discussions and opportunities that make us sustainable well into the future.”

Ms Taylor can be contacted at: com@mangoes.net.au

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