Since 2021, she has been an Ambassador for Australia and New Zealand Mental Health Association (ANZMHA) as a Lived Experience Advocate in the Mental Health space. Additionally, as a Gidget Angel (Gidget Foundation), she shares her journey with PNDA to support parents experiencing Postnatal Depression and Anxiety across Australia. She has founded an online community named PNDA Warrior Tribe to expand on this advocacy with over 100 active members.
Since leaving the corporate world Tammy now runs the Social Enterprise she founded - Unlimited NOW Network, which consolidates all her brands under one umbrella. This incorporates:
Unlimited NOW community - A community supporting one another at work and home, with community members that believe we are better together, Mumma life is NOW (MLIN) - A community for mums to transform their mindset and reinvigorate their passion for life, Little Paws, Big Roars - Supporting parents & carers to raise strong kids and Kick Fear in the Butt.
Tammy was the founder of the national ‘100 days of Kicking fear in the butt' (KFITB) challenge in 2022. KFITB aims to increase social connections, mental wellness, and improved mood whilst reducing social isolation, disconnection, and widespread fear. The campaign is open to all Australians to raise awareness and funds for the charity partners. In 2022, donations were raised for five national charities, including: Bears of Hope, Friends with Dignity, Friend in Me, Gidget Foundation and R U OK?
Now in 2023 Tammy is releasing a number of products with purpose of which core to this are three children's books and a Little Paws, Big Roars Journal along with the Unlimited NOW App that has been designed to support you and your family at work and home.Shop Unlimited NOW Network
Who we serve?
Parents and Carers
Supporting parents and carers to be the best role model they can be for their cubs and providing simple and practical tools and resources to support positive mental health, resilence and confidence within the cubs
Employees & Employers
We are are here to provide resources, training and tools to support employers in creating an inclusive, equitable and kind workplace, where positive mental health of employees is high on the agenda. Our resources are relevant for all employees, however our speciality around understanding with the challenges faced by working parents will mean that your workplace will be equipped to harness the power of what is often an untapped potential in employees that are working parents.