Nest Consulting is owned and operated by Robyn Fausett. Developed in 2008, Nest Consulting provides services dedicated to health and wellbeing in the community
Our vision is 'To enhance awareness, appreciation & knowledge of our selves, achieving empowerment, informed choices & acceptance through education, understanding & support'.
ROBYN FAUSETT RGN (Owner)
Robyn was born in Helensville, NZ and is a UK trained nurse (University College London Hospital) who initially specialised in women’s health followed by fertility; project-managing a central London clinic’s (Assisted Conception Unit) oocyte donation programme.
Upon returning to New Zealand in 1999 Robyn utilised her expertise in research, project management and report writing as part of an upgrade to the diabetes service at an Auckland Hospital, developing clinical pathways and implementing new policy. She went on to coordinate a donor egg & surrogacy programme across three clinics based at an Auckland Fertility Unit. She has since been involved in various projects including assisting in the setting up of a ‘work ready’ service for beneficiaries; creating assessment tools, interviewing clients and providing reports with stepped recommendations and community supports for case managers (MSD). She maintains her nursing practising certificate and consults regularly on projects; most recently contracted to research and format a proposal to manage a mother and baby respite and community support service. This being successful Robyn is now a clinical consultant for the service.
In addition, Robyn is accredited with EDEN (Eating Difficulty Education Network) as a ‘Nourish’ body image/media awareness programme facilitator, with Jane Bennett’s ‘Celebration Day for Girls’ mother & daughter programme as a provider and with Natural Fertility New Zealand as an educator and a clinical trainer. She is a member of the NZ Health Education Association and the NZ Sexual Health Society.
Robyn spent a number of years as the Vice President of the Natural Fertility NZ Council, as the President of the Oratia Scouts Council & currently sits on the Healing Through Arts Council and the WALSH Trust Board.
Through feedback from this work Robyn was inspired to create several in-school sexuality, body image and cyber safety education programmes for youth. Launched in 2010, these popular programmes are widely delivered by Nest Consulting’s Educators throughout Auckland, Northland and recently launched in Christchurch and Wellington.
Robyn is unbiased in her approach and is passionate about all people having equal access to information & services facilitating empowerment and informed choices.
Senior Educator/Assessor: LUCIE WEBB BEd (Hons)
Lucie's background is in teaching. She qualified from Birmingham University, UK in 1997 with an Honours Degree in Education and spent a number of years educating at primary and intermediate level.
At her last Ofsted review (ERO equivalent) her teaching was approved as ‘outstanding’: the highest grade achievable.
Lucie enjoys her ‘Educator’ role, which enables her to empower students encouraging them to gain life-skills and confidence. She teaches Nest Consulting’s youth in-school education programmes throughout Auckland and Northland.
In addition to teaching Lucie has skills in assessment, evaluation, report writing and group facilitation. Lucie also enjoys working with adults, actively listening and supporting them in their life path through various other projects.
Lucie is originally from the UK, is married and has two children. She is passionate about community, available education and equal opportunities.
After having her son in 1999 she realised the desire of working in a role where she could make a difference in peoples lives. This led her to volunteer for different organisations such as Project K (certified Mentor), Canteen, Kidscan and Victim support with the New Zealand Police.
It was during this time that she joined the Walsh Trust team in West Auckland as a support worker and then a Peer facilitator training in the Wellness Recovery Action Plan, and as a facilitator/trainer in the intentional Peer support model. In this role she also created a monthly magazine and articles to promote wellness and recovery and promoted the service throughout the community.
Sharleen has since worked with the ministry of justice as a victim advisor advocating for people who are affected by all types of crime and connecting them with the relevant social services.
Sharleen is passionate about helping others to see their own potential and beauty. Having always worked from a strengths basis, Sharleen enjoys seeing others be inspired and empowered in their own life direction.
Sharleen is married with 5 young adult children including two Jack Russell dogs.
Educator: JUSTINE CLIFFE BA (Psych), MNSc ( Master of Nursing Science )
Justine was born and raised in Auckland. She completed a Bachelor of Arts at Otago University majoring in Psychology. Following this she attended the University of Melbourne and completed a Masters of Nursing Science. Her research on older peoples medication errors in the emergency department was published in the Australasian Journal of Aging. She has since spent her Nursing career specialising in emergency care in both Melbourne and Auckland.
Justine has always had a strong interest in women's health and as a side project runs a business, with a friend, supplying New Zealand stores and women with reusable menstrual products.
She gave birth to a daughter in 2016 and has since decided to dedicate more of her time to women's health and puberty education, focusing her nursing into this field.
She is also currently completing yoga teacher training and hopes to get more people between the ages of 8-16 into yoga, teaching better stress management and healthier outlooks on life.
Justine is excited to join the Nest team and looks forward to seeing where this new path takes her!
Student Advisor: MOLLY FAUSETT