Global Echo Consultants is founded on the principles of justice and equality.   We work towards a world that is fair, equitable and inclusive for all living beings.


We facilitate reflexive practice and strategic organisational change. We offer you a clear and pragmatic framework via a tailored approach to address your specific needs. Our areas of expertise include: family violence training, diversity and inclusion, and creative leadership.


Global Echo Consultants have experience working in Australia, the Middle East, Europe and Asia.  Our network of consultants offers a diverse set of skills and expertise. We speak multiple languages and have a proven track record of working successfully across cultures and country borders. Our core business is embedded in respecting, embracing and benefiting from people’s diversity.


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The Global Team

Principal Consultant – Hala Abdelnour MAICD, BA, BSc, BSW, Adv Dip in Group Facilitation, Cert IV in TAE, Cert IV in Dual Diagnosis


Hala’s passion for life and all of its beauty drives her constant search for the depth and breadth of human capacity.   She is a strong advocate for promoting genuine and authentic dialogue, as well as systemic inclusion of all living things.   A lover of languages, people and creative explorations, Hala has lived, travelled and worked in more than 50 countries across Australia, Asia, the Middle East and Europe.  She is an expert group facilitator in a range of fields including family violence, managing complex clients, diversity & inclusion, conducting complex conversations, team-building, strategic planning and decision-making.






Business Development & Branding Specialist – Hassan Mounzer

Self-motivated and results-oriented professional with excellent communication and people skills. Expert in go-to-market strategies and business development with a unique ability to cultivate shared leadership, decision-making, and positive relationships.









Associate Consultant – Gordon Young


Gordon Young is a professional ethicist he offers extensive understanding of decision-making methodologies, value articulation, challenge management and strategic planning necessary for success in today’s hyper-connected world. Gordon is a lecturer in Professional Ethics with RMIT University’s prestigious School of Design, and has provided consulting services to the St James Ethics Centre, Australian Scout Association, Rotary Australia, Australian Association for Professional & Applied Ethics, Laneway Learnings, and Australian Volunteers for International Development.

With over a decade of experience as a consulting project manager, Gordon is highly effective in understanding the specific needs and interests of our clients and adapting Ethilogical’s toolkit to serve them. Having worked in highly diverse environments including community development, government, technical consulting and international aid, Gordon understands the importance of matching stakeholder needs against the economic realities of business management, and assists his clients in striking that critical balance.

Gordon holds a Masters of Professional and Applied Ethics from Melbourne University, and a Bachelor in Social Science: Environment from RMIT University. He is also a Fellow of the Centre for Sustainability Leadership and a member of the St James Ethic Centre, Australian Association for Professional & Applied Ethics and Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand.






It is our belief that people grow best when they come together to share ideas and knowledge openly and within a supportive framework. Global Echo engages a network of professionals across various fields.   Some of our partners include:

ADC Associates 


The Meeting Space

Jodee Mundy Collaborations

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