Mie Sorensen

A picture of a woman with brown short hair sitting in front of a blue wall.

Mie Sorensen


Mie is a big-picture thinker and dot-joining writer who gets excited by well-crafted stories and big cups of oat milk coffee. Give her a complex, ambiguous topic and she’ll mould it into digestible, captivating content. She’s also that writer who'll forget to eat lunch if she’s “in the zone”.

At Think HQ, Mie produces copy for video scripts, radio ads, long-form articles, websites, and social media content. You’ll find her work in campaigns that tackle issues like racism, safe driving, and water conservation for The Australian Human Rights Commission, The Transport Accident Commission (TAC), Yarra Valley Water, and more.

Prior to joining Think HQ, Mie was a video producer and marketing assistant for Monash University’s elite athlete division. She also completed a one-month stint interning at The Age and won a National Ossie Award in graduate student journalism for an audio documentary on dating violence in Australian schools.

Connecting humans to stories that matter is Mie’s ikigai – her reason for being. Working at Think HQ means her words are fuelling change on crucial social issues, putting her passion into action with every letter that hits the page.

Mie holds a double degree with High Distinction in Business (Marketing) and Arts (Journalism) from Monash University.

Articles written by Mie Sorensen

Introducing Think HQ's Reflect RAP

Introducing Think HQ’s Reflect RAP

We've always been firm believers in harnessing the power of communications as a force for positive impact. Working in Australia means that goal simply isn’t possible without taking meaningful, genuine, and considered action towards reconciliation with First Nations peoples.