Georgia Elith

HR Consultant

Georgia is a HR Consultant who delivers exceptional operational and strategic HR support to clients and thrives in implementing and managing tailored HR programs and projects. Her proven track record spans pivotal roles in capability enhancements, successfully implementing organisational policies and guidelines aligned with industry standards, and managing complex HR Operations functions.

Georgia has effectively contributed to organisational success by ensuring compliance with Fair Work regulations, facilitating seamless employee offboarding processes, and administering various organisational changes with precision and attention to detail. Acting as a trusted adviser to HR leadership and the broader business, Georgia provides best-practice-informed guidance when it comes to policy and legislation interpretation.

I aim to make a positive difference in other peoples’ lives, personally and professionally. ‘Leave things better than you found them’ as they say. I am a passionate advocate for fairness and being able to partner with businesses and foster their growth journey is a very rewarding endeavour.”

Prior to joining Source, Georgia worked as a HR Operations Consultant for Adecco on the Defence Force Recruiting contract and as a HR Coordinator at a Canberra based real estate company, Independent Property Group.



Georgia has experience advising on all aspects of HR, with a focus on:

  • Onboarding
  • Recruitment
  • Employee engagement



  • Double Diploma of Human Resources & Leadership Management – College for Adult Learning
  • Certificate II in Business – MEGT Institute
  • Double Bachelor Degree Music & Visual Arts – Australian National University


Get to know Georgia

Georgia is in denial that her life is dictated by her much-beloved Maltese-x-gremlin, Laika. She enjoys going to Muay Thai classes a few times a week and hopes to one day head to Europe to visit her sister.


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