Recently, there has been a baton change for the SA state coordinator position. The Jane Goodall Institute Australia would like to welcome Tilly Moore who is taking the reigns from Wendy Fowler.
Tilly is a health, physical education and outdoor education speacialist who has been teaching for nine years across various schools in SA. She has a passion for the outdoors, surfing, rock-climbing, and hiking and is incredibly enthusiastic about the environment. Tilly is an advocate for using environmental education and outdoor experience as a key to promoting protection and restoration of nature. We are excited to have Tilly on the SA team.
We would also like to thank Wendy for her incredible efforts and contributions in promoting Roots & Shoots in South Australia. Wendy, along with the SA team have been involved in numerous inspiring projects such as the recent climate strike, planting native seeds, stem exhibition, World Environment Day, World Chimpanzee Day art competition, World Environmental Fair, among other events. Wendy has lead her team with enthusiam and great vision and we wish her all the best as she returns to her studies.
New volunteers are always welcome and should get in touch with either Tilly or Wendy at email@example.com