Nikki Frame


I spent my working career in sales as a State Account Manager for Shell Petroleum in Victoria and consecutively Mars Confectionery in Queensland. Prior to having my 2 children, Georgia & Charlie I was diagnosed with cervical cancer at the age of 28. I underwent a successful radical surgery carried out by Andreas Obermair. It is this relationship that has seen me take on a position on the Cherish Women’s Cancer Foundation board.

I am a passionate person who loves spending time with my husband, kids, extended family and friends. I am very active and like to keep fit and healthy, I love playing and coaching netball and going to the gym, but I also recognise the importance of giving back to our community and making a difference where possible. I feel that as a member of the Cherish Board I can help to make a difference.