The Staff


Lauren Hollows

Director & CEO

Lauren Hollows is the Director & CEO of Aniwaya Education Services. Lauren has been involved in RTO management for more than 15 years and education for over 20 years. A passionate VET practitioner, Lauren is most passionate about creating lifelong learners through the creation of great assessors and great assessment. “Assessment can be a real joy, creating a beautiful dessert, delivering a well-structured presentation to your team, building something with your own hands, creating a connection or providing a service to a fellow human being. Assessment is supposed to be that moment where all the training comes together and the student realises, oh yeah, I can do this! I got this!”

Michelle Richardson

Director of Curriculum

Michelle Richardson is our Director of Curriculum Development. Michelle has more than 20 years’ experience in education and L&D and leads our curriculum development team to create innovative approaches to assessment development as well as maintaining our core quality control. Outside of work, Michelle has a love of all things penguins and we look forward to the next lot of photos from her trip to one of the poles!

Chandrajit Adhikari

Curriculum Developer

Chandrajit Adhikari, who comes from a family of singers, authors, and painters, studied graphic design at Parsons School of Design in New York. He then enrolled at NIFT, Delhi, and earned a diploma in fashion design there in 1994.

Krystal Robinson

Curriculum Development Support Officer

Krystal has over ten years’ experience working in RTOs, including the private and public sector across different states and is strong across development, operations, and compliance of RTOs. She started working in hotels and has a Diploma of Hospitality Management, a Certificate IV in TAE and a Graduate Certificate In Management. Krystal moved to Perth over 7 years ago and now has two beautiful babies and manages to work with two under age four! She is currently completing a Certificate IV in Business and has a keen interest in streamlining and digitalising systems.

Ian Murphy

Curriculum Developer

Passionate about SME’s, international business, and effective learning, Ian has been writing, delivering, revising, and auditing highly effective curriculum assessment and training tools for Business Training Colleges and RTOs since 2013. He himself has run several small businesses over the past few decades and grew up steeped in grassroots small businesses. During his career, he has enjoyed expanding his curriculum writing into a wide array of certificates and diplomas where he advocates for clarity, understanding, compliance and the exemplary efficacy of the VET tools he creates.

Louise Sharp

Senior Curriculum Developer

Louise lives in Perth Western Australia, sharing her life with a husband, two children and two dogs. Louise loves going on holidays and spending time outside. Louise has been working within the training industry for over 20 years, starting as a retail and business Trainer & Assessor and then working her way into a variety of different fields as a trainer.

“In my years as a trainer, I have had extensive experience working with training resources, I create all of my resources with practical application in mind and when developing resources, I ensure to create compliant, trainer-friendly material, that a trainer will appreciate. In my opinion, if a trainer does not respect or enjoy the resources then both the student and trainer are not going to get the most out of the training.  This is particularly important to me.”