Clare Fountain partners with businesses and community groups to support them to be successful, providing practical and doable solutions that deliver real change and real results.

An effective communicator, skilled facilitator, coach and trainer who delivers proven results. Clare is discreet, practical and outcome-orientated.

Clare believes in strong communities and is active in the Central Victorian community and currently volunteers in leadership positions with a number of local organisations.

Board Roles

Associations and Memberships

Advocacy/Consumer Representation

  • Medical Indemnity Industry Association of Australia Annual Forum October 2015
  • “Key questions to ask to effectively engage consumers in the innovation process” for the Anaesthesia Continuing Education Co-ordinating Committee at a Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting – September 2015
  • MDA National “Complexities of Informed Consent Conversations” in Mackay, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne, June 2015 (paid position)

More information on Clare’s background and roles on her LinkedIn profile.

Award winning Small Business

In 2016, Sorted4Life won the Bendigo Business Excellence Award for Professional Services category (employing less than ten people). As this was our first award application in sixteen-years, you can imagine our joy when our name was called out as a winner. There was some stiff competition in the category, with forty-three applications and six finalists. We were one of three winners across the entire category.

It was a very humbling experience, with some lovely words of support and acknowledgement being shared.

In 2018 Clare Fountain was one of three finalists in the inaugural Bendigo Business woman of the year. It was another humbling experience to be in the top 3 and well done to Be.Bendigo for introducing this award category.