100% Not-for-Profit. 100% Run by Volunteers.

Our Team

Meet our team. We are all very excited at the prospect of what Project UNITED can do for our community.

Andrew Knight Director

Andrew founded Project UNITED in 2015 and has been driving the cause ever since. A marketing specialist by day, Andrew runs his own strategic marketing consultancy, KnightRiley in Brisbane.


Krystal Knight Director

Krystal has been an insurance adviser, consultant, and trainer for more than a decade and was recently awarded Insurance Business Young Gun of the Year by Australia’s largest insurance brand.

Stephen Riley

Stephen Riley Director

Stephen has spent the last seven years of his career in management positions including more than four years as General Manager. Stephen is currently vCIO with a national brand and joined Project UNITED in 2016.


Alastair Lias Director

Alastair has spent a decade as General Manager for one of Australia’s largest real estate brands. Alastair joined Project UNITED in 2016 and still contributes despite spending his days travelling the country.

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Research & Development

All of our garments have been absolutely hammered to make sure they are worth buying. And they are.


Our Supporters

These guys are amazing and we can’t be more grateful for their support.

  • Chris Eggleton

  • Kyle Furness

  • Matt Fleming

  • Andrew and crew from Project United appear to genuinely care about what they do. Clothing is one thing and they produce some quality gear but it's the extras you get that differentiate. Like new product and concept reviews (outside their own brands). Snippets of health advice surrounded in humour to make them a little more palatable. Supporting the community with events and fundraisers without want for anything in return. Guys keep doing what you're doing. I don't see it anywhere else.

  • Quality training gear with a story behind it! I know the brand's creator, personally, which just adds to the culture and brand - great bloke with a great vision.

  • I have purchased a number of garments from Project United. All wear and work really well, very durable, but the promised percentage gain in my lifts is still yet to be proven haha.