Phillippa is a sociologist, teaching at Western Sydney University. Her qualifications are in Social Inquiry and she is researching a PhD thesis on the topic of the challenge to reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. She currently presents a community radio program for RBM 89.1 entitled Talking in Black and White.
B.A., M.Sc. (Hons.), Ph.D.
Nigel has been a high school teacher in Rudolf Steiner schools for the last fifteen years, In Australia and Switzerland. He is a tutor at Sydney Rudolf Steiner College and has taught adult education courses in Goethean science. He is the author of Goethe's Science of Living Form: The Artistic Stages, Adonis Press, 2007.
Master of Arts (Psych.), Diploma of Eurythmy and Curative Eurythmy.
Lisa trained as a youth worker in the early 1980s and worked in a range of youth at risk programs before moving into working in the disability field. She has a Masters in Psychology and has counselled young people and their families over many years. Lisa takes young people to Africa every two years in a leadership development program. She is a priest in the Christian Community, a core tutor at Sydney Rudolf Steiner College and a eurythmist.
" . . . a new art of education will arise, an art that may truly be regarded as a necessity in social life".
Rudolf Steiner, The Social Future
B.A./LLB (A.N.U.), Diploma Waldorf Teacher Training, Dip Ed.
After finishing her law degree Lynne practised law in the Federal Public Service. She was admitted to the Bar as a solicitor and was employed in private practice and in a community legal centre in Canberra. When living in the U.S. she completed a Waldorf teacher training diploma at Sunbridge College in New York.
She is currently a class teacher at Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School and a tutor at Sydney Rudolf Steiner College.
B.Sc., Dip. Ed., Master of Fine Arts (Research), Diploma of Eurythmy and Curative Eurythmy.
Luisa is a practising eurythmist and social activist. Her research degree was concerned with eurythmy practice.