Co-Founder and CEO of AbilityMate
Melissa Fuller is an energetic entrepreneur and a motivated activist, inspired by principles of the next industrial revolution. A catalyst for a new economy, her focus is on the intersection of design and manufacturing, and how open design commons and local production can create greater equality in society. Her career path has seen her start or join initiatives that contribute to a sustainable and ethical future. Melissa is the Social Impact co-ordinator at UNSW Michael Crouch Innovation Centre and has co-founded four socially progressive organisations including ThreeFarm Network, MakersPlace Inc, MateriaAustralia and AbilityMate being her most significant impact to date.