Sweet Justice is passionate about making a meaningful difference in the lives of people and honeybees. Our team have all travelled assorted paths to the world of beekeeping, but we’re all united by an affection for the humble honeybee.
Claire Moore - Founder and CEO
Sweet Justice is run by Claire Moore, a beekeeper and farmer from Kyneton in Victoria’s Macedon Ranges. Claire’s work in the beekeeping industry earned her the 2019 Agrifutures Victorian Rural Woman of the Year award and she has been training budding beekeepers for years.
A keen breeder of genetically diverse queen bees, Claire is an innovator at the cutting edge of the bee industry. Claire works closely with lead researchers and government experts to explore research areas in bee genetics to best respond to emerging biosecurity challenges.
Rayna Fahey - Business Manager
Behind the scenes at Sweet Justice, our office is kept running smooth and full of plants by our resident systems geek, Rayna Fahey. With a background in politics, nonprofits, the arts, and the sustainable agriculture movement, Rayna has always been drawn to organisations that make the world a better place.
Rayna is passionate about helping tell stories that inspire people to action. She loves to lead by example on her 27-acre farm and through involvement in her local community.
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Quin Scalzo AM
Founder of Scalzo Food Industries, one of Australia's largest privately held agricultural operations.
Member of the Order of Australia. Past President of the Rotary Club of Melbourne.
20+ years of experience as CEO and COO of public and private companies across logistics, construction, technology, media, private equity. Current CEO of Besen Family Office.
Previous Chair of AusCycling, Cycling Australia, previous involvement in the not-for-profit sector as Chairman of the Amy Gillett Foundation, Chairman of Djarragun College, Chairman of Bama Services, Group CEO of Noel Pearson's Cape York Partnership & Cape York Institute.
Prof. Sandra Luxton
20+ years in academia across Monash, Queensland University of Technology, and Swinburne University of Technology.
Current Professor of Blended Learning at Swinburne University of Technology.
A criminal lawyer with specific experience in youth justice.
Experienced in the not-for-profit sector, with a focus on social and environmental justice organisations.
Founder of Sweet Justice, a farmer and qualified beekeeper, queen bee breeder, and trainer.
Bachelor of Arts, Cert III Beekeeping, Cert IV Training & Assessment.
Previous roles include agriculture and business manager, and assistant stockbroker.