Atienne has a Masters of International Relations where he studied the intersection between Climate Change, Agriculture, and Politics. He is constantly trying to further his understanding of farming practices and often spends time in Queensland on the family farm. He is currently based in Melbourne.
As Farmers for Climate Action's Deputy Director between 2018 and 2021, Fiona was responsible for assisting the CEO to meet the objectives in Farmers for Climate Action’s strategic plan and operational plan. In particular, Fiona took the lead on the organisation's internal and external communications, operations, and people and culture. Today as CEO of Farmers for Climate Action Fiona is excited to lead 7000-strong farmer-led movement into its next exciting phase.
On top of paid employment and raising small humans, she founded and now leads Queenscliffe Climate Action Now – a highly effective local climate action advocacy group who are working in partnership with the Borough of Queenscliffe Council to implement one of Australia’s most ambitious, community-led Climate Emergency Response Plans.
Kitty brings these wide-ranging skills to Farmers for Climate Action to ensure the organisation has the resources it needs to realise its vision and mission.
Cam was instrumental in Cathy McGowan's two successful campaigns for the federal seat of Indi and he has worked with a number of advocacy groups.
Cam also has experience working for federal parliamentarians and he uses that, along with his extensive knowledge of community based campaigns in his role as Strategy Director at FCA.
Most recently Tryphena was the community development manager for a local community centre in Canberra, fulfilling her passion for developing and fostering community.
Based in Canberra, Tryphena loves the family lifestyle and opportunities offered by living in the bush capital.
Charlie id studying a Bachelor of Law (honours) and Arts at Monash University, providing him with a fantastic opportunity to see how environmental and legal challenges overlap.