Angela is widely experienced in the development and delivery of nationally distributed educational content, programs and associated curriculum materials in both the private and public sectors. She is recognized both domestically and internationally as a leader in the education industry and is widely published in the field of education. A leader with a strong commitment to a team-based approach to program delivery, she has had considerable experience in managing multi-disciplinary teams to achieve outstanding collegial results. With many years’ experience in designing educational programs and curriculum resources, and a lifetime interest in personal development and educational leadership, she brings a unique blend of insights on how to create modern learning resources on any topic. Angela specializes in creating digitally rich resources for the Web 2.0 world. She focuses on supporting teachers and integrate 21st Century methodologies and digital tools into teaching and learning in meaningful ways where students apply, analyse, evaluate and create using critical and creative thinking skills.
Greg has over 25 years of experience in agriculture including farm management, research, consultancy and government extension and training. He currently specialises in intensive livestock production systems and communicating complex scientific and industry production concepts to the wider community. Greg’s outstanding contribution to Australian agriculture was publicly recognised in 2017 when he was awarded the ABC Rural and Kondinin Rural Consultant of the Year. Working in both public and private sectors, Greg has worked with businesses from dress shops to duck farms, painters to piggeries, abattoirs to apiarists, electricians to egg farmers, cafes to cotton growers, restaurants to rabbit farms and dry cleaners to dairies. Greg’s passion is helping small business owners, primary producers, industry organisations, young people in agriculture and community groups build an awesome future. He specializes in driving business growth, building consumer trust in farmers and the modern food system, creating constructive conflict, facilitating change through active extension and asking the dumb questions that make people think.