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Andrea Clarke

Andrea is a Work Futurist who encourages people to adapt to change more effectively so they can be ‘future fit’ for their work/life.


She founded Future Fit Learning in 2012 - a small business that builds leaders who drive innovation, growth and cultural change by accelerating the 'real skills' needed to lead with impact. Through her programs, Andrea and her team have helped major organisations develop leaders at all levels.


Prior to her move into learning, Andrea was a career television news reporter based in Washington D.C., covering breaking news for major media outlets including Reuters, the Seven Network and Al Jazeera English. While in the US, she also worked across human rights; firstly helping to generate grants to rebuild Iraq, Afghanistan, Jordan & Georgia with funding from USAID and the US State Department. And secondly; leading the communications team when the 'Save Darfur' advocacy movement lobbied the Obama administration to appoint a US Special Envoy to end the genocide in Darfur, which was achieved at the UN General Assembly in New York in 2009.


One year before the pandemic, Andrea released her first award-winning book, 'Future Fit: How to Stay Relevant and Competitive in the Future of Work' - winner of the Australian Business Book of the Year 2019 and finalist in the UK Business Book Awards 2020.  She is currently working on her next book, due for release in March 2025.

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