Our Professional Affiliations
As well as managing The Process Collective, our Managing Director Steph Rey runs a local professional womens network ShireWomen.
ShireWomen is a female-centric networking, educational, events and social group for professional women in the Sutherland Shire. ShireWomen's focus is on championing women in business, connecting the local community to it's members, and providing education and tools to assist women in breaking the glass ceiling and running successful businesses.
ShireWomen is sponsored by Tradies Gymea and Olsen's Funerals, and is THE womens network in the Sutherland Shire.
If you want to know more - visit ShireWomen's website at www.shirewomen.com.au or click on the social media links below.
The Australian HR Institute
The Australian HR Institute (AHRI) is the national association representing human resource and people management professionals. AHRI has around 20,000 members from Australia and across the globe.
AHRI sets the professional standard for HR in Australia through HR certification; provides formal education and training services in HR, people management and business skills; produces world-class conferences; and holds seminars and networking opportunities all over Australia. Each year, AHRI commends excellence in HR practice across Australia through the highly regarded AHRI Awards.
The association sets standards through accreditation of HR qualifications at universities across Australia, conducts research into people management practices, and assists governments in the development of policy and legislation that affects people at work.
Our Managing Director Steph Rey is a Certified Member of AHRI and regularly mentors new AHRI members and guides them through their first years of the HR profession.
The Australian Psychological Society
The Australian Psychological Society’s 24,000 members work in diverse settings and sectors around the country and the world.
The APS advances psychology for members and their communities via advocacy, education, and evidence-based practice.
Members must have a minimum of a Bachelors Degree in Psychology, which is APS approved.
Steph Rey our Managing Director holds an APS membership and adheres to the APS's Code of Ethics. She uses the latest scientific research in the advice and recommendations she gives to her clients, and all staff of The Process Collective follow the same guidelines.
The Australian Sociological Association
TASA began its life in 1963 as the Sociological Association of Australia and New Zealand (SAANZ) and incorporated in 1968. In 1988 the association changed its name to TASA. TASA members include sociologists and social scientists consisting of academics, postgraduate and undergraduate students, public servants, consultants and social researchers.
Steph Rey our Managing Director holds a TASA membership and adheres to TASA's Code of Ethics, and Equality and Inclusion guidelines.
She uses the latest sociological research in the advice and recommendations she gives to her clients because communication and marketing are as much about Sociology as they are design. All staff of The Process Collective follow the same guidelines.