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End-of-Year Black Coffee Morning


10am-12pm, Friday 15 December


Screen Queensland Studios, Brisbane

45 Gosport Street, Hemmant


your attendance by Wednesday 13 December

Jacqui Feeney

Jacqui Feeney commenced as Screen Queensland CEO in late July 2023. Previously she held senior management roles at leading national and global media and entertainment companies including Fox Networks Group, National Geographic, Foxtel, SBS World Movies where she led major commissions and growth initiatives.  

Jacqui is experienced in innovation, strategic partnerships, balancing commercial and creative imperatives for large enterprises. Through her business Zinn & Co, she’s been an advisor, executive coach, and consultant to business founders across start-ups and the independent production sector — with a strong focus on supporting the next generation of innovation champions.  

Jacqui has held a range of board responsibilities — including directorships with start-up incubator Fishburners, Foxtel joint-ventures Nickelodeon and XYZ, the ASTRA industry association, plus NFPs Documentary Australia and the Sydney Film Festival where she was the chair. 

She strongly believes in fostering great storytelling as a powerful force for positive change in society. 

Danielle Ah Boo

Hailing from Thursday Island, Ms Ah Boo has previously worked in production for First Nations-founded agency Carbon Creative and more recently as a financial accountant with Arrow Energy. She has also served as Treasurer and Co-chair of Reconciliation Queensland. 

She is currently Head of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Program, a new leadership role at Screen Queensland focused on elevating and accelerating opportunities for First nations stories and storytellers.

Through the role, Danielle will foster greater awareness of the cultural significance of First Nations heritage and the amplifying of truth-telling voices that continue to shape our Nation.

Loani Arman

Loani Arman is a Scripted Commissioning Editor for SBS, working across development and production of original scripted programming. She is also co-chair of the Screen Diversity and Inclusion Network.

Previously, Loani was the Drama Associate for Showtime Australia, working across original drama commissions including Cloudstreet and Tangle.

As a screen creative, Loani has had an eight-part drama series developed through the Stan/Screen Queensland Premium Drama Fund, and in 2019, was selected for the Screen Queensland Australians in Film Charlie’s Lab in LA to develop her comedy pilot, The Mother Load. Her digital documentary series, My Body Says, launched on ABC iView in 2020, winning the inaugural AIDC Best Short Form Award. In 2019, Loani was the winner of the AACTA Pitch Competition with her short, Our Greatest Escape.

Loani celebrates her Indonesian-Australian heritage and champions representations of diversity.