Meet the Team



Nick Bracks is a storyteller who has dedicated his adult life to creating positive conversations around mental health.

An acclaimed mental health advocate and successful multi entrepreneur, Nick has delivered 1,000+ mental health seminars around the globe, including two TEDx talks. This came about following his own personal and public battle with mental health and wellbeing.

Creative at heart, Nick is an actor with several films to his name and a two-year role on the well-loved Australian soap, Neighbours. Acting, along with exercise and meditation, is Nick’s foundation for vibrant mental health.

Nick now spends his time advocating for mental health, speaking and interviewing, creating content and acting. His professional life and personal development are perfectly intertwined.
He lives between Australia and the United States.

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Warren Scharenguivel

Executive Director

A sales and marketing strategist with a history of leading high-achieving teams spanning the Education, Technology and Media industries, Warren is a hands-on operator who focuses on building relationships, business alignment and a collaborative approach to achieving the optimum results for business and his clients.

Having previously owned and operated businesses in the hospitality and property marketing sectors, his experience in small business, alongside the knowledge he has accrued in the media and education sectors, make him an astute partner on major business development projects that sit within these fields.

His personal interests are his work, fitness, wellbeing and mental health, cooking and challenging himself. He is a father of two incredible boys and married to the one.

Philip P McCormack


Philip is a strategically focused C level Visionary Business Leader with 20+ years global experience gained working in world class Banking, Consulting and Technology companies at Senior Executive Level.

An accomplished and successful Transformational Change Leader with deep Management, Strategy , Financial and Analytical skills and a talent to lead build, drive and grow successful teams and businesses. He has an acute understanding of the tech landscape and has extensive global M&A /VC experience , leading sell and buy transactions across the globe.

He has successfull company start up experience as a founder, investor, board member of some 15 + companies in Australia, USA , Europe , Latin America and Asia and presently sits on 5 tech company boards which are at varying stages of growth.

Philip is a former board member of Australia Brazil Chamber of Commerce, and a board member of mental health charity One in Five.


Design & Digital Team

Jack’s vision is to emotionally connect, engage and excite people through the art of visual communication.

There is no job too big or small. Problem solving is what Jack does best; whether integrating cross-channel campaigns, re-branding, creating stunning websites and innovative custom-built platforms. Jack can tackle everything creative by turning to his amazing internal team, network of smart strategists, creative thinkers and talented UX developers.

Studio Jack acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live, learn and work. We pay our respects to the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri people and offer our respects to their elders past and present.


Production Team

Mezzanine Films is a video and film production studio based in South Melbourne.


Mental Health Partner

One in five Australians are living in mental distress today. Over a lifetime that will increase to 1 in 2 people.

One in Five’s mission is to change that. We believe in research to understand causes and find cures.

Since 2004, we have been investing in research projects that are starting to unlock WHY people are developing mental illnesses. With more funding for research we can find better treatments and preventions for complex illnesses such as Schizophrenia and BiPolar.

Through research it will be possible to transform the face of mental illness. We care about finding cures, but to find answers we need to fund early stage novel projects in order to make it possible to rethink mental illness and lead us towards personalised treatments and care.