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Shani Langi grew up in Queanbeyan, a suburb just outside of Canberra. She moved to Sydney after studying broadcast journalism, knowing a career in TV wasn’t for her, and quickly landed a role in the accounts service team for a creative agency which ignited a lifelong passion for all things marketing and advertising. Campaigns for American Express, Qantas and Samsung followed. Now she’s left big agency life behind to launch her own company, Usual Suspects Creative. Here, Shani talks using creativity as a force for good, hanging with her two little homies, hip-hop and Hamilton.
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