Indue Leadership Forum Speaker Profile: Justine Flynn, Co-Founder & Director at Thankyou

Justine is co-founder and Director of Brand and People at Thankyou, a social enterprise that exists to fund life-changing water, food, hygiene and sanitation projects.

Thankyou’s products are now stocked in over 4000 outlets. To date the organisation has given over $3.7 million to projects across 16 different countries and has funded safe water access for 192,367 people, health and hygiene training for 302,814 people and 19.1 million days’ worth of short-term food aid plus funding for long term sustainable projects that have impacted 89,751 people.

Justine is passionate about establishing positive workplace cultures and driving effective marketing and communications activities to engage communities to contribute to social change. She brings great wisdom and insight and shares lessons learnt along Thankyou’s journey.

In October 2014, Justine was named a finalist in the Telstra Women’s Business Awards in recognition of her efforts in establishing Thankyou Group.

Justine’s hard work in establishing the company’s people and culture environment was recognized at the 2015 Food Magazine awards where Thankyou took home Employer of the Year.

Justine recently added another title to her bow, Mum! Jedediah Daniel Flynn was born on July 6 2015 to Justine and husband Daniel, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Thankyou.

At Indue’s Leadership Forum: The Art of Thinking Differently, Justine will take us through the Thankyou Group story, including how the organisation came to be in 2008 and how it has grown to include food and body care along with water. Thankyou provides 100% of the profits funding safe water, food, hygiene and sanitation services around the world.

Indue’s annual Leadership Forum: The Art of Thinking Differently is being held in Sydney on 1–3 June 2016. Please click here for the full agenda and registration details. If you have any queries, please contact Elizabeth Flynn on 07 3258 4265 or email

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