Meet Our Team

Coffey & Tea’s social media agency team in Perth has an intimate understanding of the West Australian market, ensuring you achieve the best possible cut-through and impact for your campaign.

Our deep relationships with local tourism and hospitality leaders, and our personalised service, ensure your company’s message is seen and heard by those who matter.

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Meg Coffey

Managing Director

Meg is Australia’s go-to social media expert and an in-demand keynote speaker, workshop facilitator and media commentator. Originally from Texas and now proudly Australian, the “Texstralian” is all about hard work, calculated risks and has a great ‘gift of the gab’.

While Meg is a hospitality and tourism sector specialist, her skill and understanding of “social” translates to any application, and she leads the charge for digital empowerment across Australia.

LUKE RUSSO - Meet Our Team

Luke Russo

Digital Project Manager

Growing up on a farm in Donnybrook, typically known as the heart of Western Australia’s apple-growing area, Luke never comprehended the world beyond dial-up internet. 

Fast-forward ten years and two University degrees later, Luke’s work in the digital marketing field has taken him from the sleepy town of Cottesloe to the bright lights of New York City. He loves combining his two passions of strategy and creativity to create powerful avenues of communication.

In his spare time, you can find him sipping on an iced almond latte and shopping for sneakers online.


Cal McLean

Marketing Coordinator

A born and raised sandgroper, Cal only ever dreamed of one thing growing up: the squeaky courts of the NBA. But when his inability to dunk squashed that dream, he quickly pivoted his focus to the world of digital marketing.

With a university degree, a diploma, and a year studying abroad in the US under his belt, Cal now spends his days creating engaging digital content, by combining his passion for writing with his borderline-problematic obsession for kerning, margins, and symmetry.

If you’re ever having trouble tracking him down, try checking your local park. He’s probably running around with his dog.

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