Christine Lucas portrait

Christine Lucas




I am a people person eager to make things happen. I like to take the initiative. I focus on win-win outcome, asking what’s best for everyone. How can I make a difference? I enjoy a synergistic approach working with others as well as leading by example. I have an innate ability to get along with people from different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. I am an inspiring role model to my peers while I’ve always been open to learning from those who have “walked the talk” in areas I’m developing.

I grew up in Sydney, Paddington, with five siblings in a creative environment. Both my parents Bill and Ruth Lucas were architects and innovative thinkers in design, education and systems for living. For half of my primary schooling I attended an alternative school called Guriganya, which operated on the key- learning principals of self-expression, self -discipline and working as a team. I also attended Paddington Public school, where my parents were on the P & C committee and involved in initiating an after school activity centre which at one stage moved to our back yard.

For seven years, from 1996 I was employed by Nora Goodridge Management, a Theatre in Education Agent, promoting performances into Australian and New Zealand schools, where I gained many invaluable skills that I have utilised with i2i Management’s operations. Prior to that I toured NSW and ACT schools, performing in environmental education shows including in 1996, A Different Kind of Planet, focused on the impacts of global warming for Greenpeace Australia and in 1993 ‘A Sense of Humus’ about composting for Westside Players. From 1985 -1987 I studied visual arts at East Sydney Technical College with a long standing photographic interest that began aged 9 with my first Kodak camera. My acting and singing training spans more than 15 years, intercepted with professional acting work. For some years I taught expressive movement and drama to primary students at after school activity centres. I also have a keen interest in personal development and have participated in numerous personal development programs since 1986.

I am passionate about contributing to people’s cultural experience in life, personal growth and assisting others to be the best they can be. I love the creative arts and believe it is vital to the heart and soul of a nation. I have a deep respect for our precious environment and encourage us all to consider the impact of our daily actions and be mindful of what we will leave for future generations