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- Future Makers Fellowship
- Sustainability Leadership Development Program
- Leaders for Sustainability Program
- Rural Environmental Leaders Program
Educator, Writer, Editor
Personal Assistant to Managing Director/CEO, Australia Foundation Investment Company
Philanthropy & Partnerships, The Bob Brown Foundation
Brand Partnerships Director, Guardian Australia
Food and Sustainability Co-Ordinator - Masterchef
Sustainability Projects Officer, Wyndham City Council
Doctoral Researcher, University of Technology - Sydney
Host of The Village, NAB
Called the 30x30 Nature Challenge, participants - in this case our project team members - spend 30 minutes in nature, every day for 30 days.
Our current project is sustainable and affordable housing.
Founding CEO & Director, Future Business Council
Science Communicator, Science In Public
Community Relations Co-ordinator, ACCIONA Energy
Environmental Engineer, REMONDIS Australia
Understanding why there is a lack of scientists and engineers represented across television and possible approaches to increase numbers.
Creating a green oasis and fresh food farm in the city jungle.
Founder, Bold Solutions
Business & Engagement Partner, University of New South Wales
Create a nature connection activity that is Welcoming, Exciting, and Inspiring
Disability Community Inclusion - MetroAccess, Mornington Peninsula Shire
Owner Operator, Stanwell Tops Technical Services
Waste-Ed is a pilot program whose aim is to:
• Increase the awareness, consciousness and understanding of the impact one-use plastics has on our environment and;
• Encourage stallholders and patrons to make the change toward alternatives for and during festivals, community hubs or events.
We assisted the Wayside Chapel, an established charity, as a think tank and 'Good Hub' consultants.
We are One is a short Q&A film project giving Australians of diverse backgrounds a platform to share their Australian identity story. A socially engaged project, this short film features guests from multiple cultural backgrounds, highlighting that there is no one type of Australian.