Aneke has been facilitating artists and arts projects across a range of creative sectors locally and internationally for 15 years, within the contexts of festivals, venues, producing, promoting, policy, fundraising, and programming.

She has broad operational and strategic experience gained from working with organisations such as Melbourne Fringe, Auspicious Arts Projects, City of Melbourne, City of Darebin, City of Port Phillip, Arts Centre Melbourne, Sydney Festival, Edinburgh Fringe, Creative Partnerships Australia, and as an independent producer with Seesault Projects which she co-founded in 2009.

Aneke has worked with artists and organisations across diverse art forms to design and implement successful projects, helping creatives to build a network of ongoing support for their work, on all scales.

Aneke has a Bachelor of Arts from Monash University (2002), a Graduate Diploma in Arts Management from RMIT (2004), was awarded an Emerging Producer Mentorship with the Australia Council for the Arts in 2011, and is currently completing a Diploma of Business Governance at the Institute of Community Directors Australia.