Beth Slatyer

(Co-Convenor) Beth Slatyer is passionate about improving health and wellbeing for all. She is an Honorary Fellow at the Nossal Institute for Global Health at the University of Melbourne and works on health and development across the Pacific. She was previously a Senior Health Specialist with AusAID and through that … Read More

Petra Cram

(Secretary) Petra has been a Primary school teacher for 25 years, is committed to excellence in education and also cares deeply for the well-being of Earth and its complex living systems.  She is passionate about finding participatory and democratic solutions to the problem of the corporate takeover of our civic … Read More

Trevor Powell

(Treasurer) Trevor Powell has an abiding interest in the future of energy and is concerned about the impact of climate change and the consequent urgent economic and moral responsibilities that it places on the current generation, and specifically on policy and decision makers. He retired from Geoscience Australia as Deputy … Read More

Bob Douglas

Bob Douglas, since his retirement from the Foundation Directorship of  the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at the ANU in 2001 has been first, the Chair and now a Director of Australia21. He was, from 2006 to 2012 Chair of SEE-Change, for which he currently leads a Youth … Read More

Mark Spain

Mark Spain is a leader and learner in developing systems, structures and processes that build innovation, curiosity and high-trust relationships with people and their organisations to produce sustainable business results. He enjoys working with energetic teams of people who are focused on creating extraordinary results. He is particularly passionate about … Read More

Peter W. Tait

Peter Tait has been a General Practitioner for 35 years, 30 in Aboriginal health in Central Australia. He was the 2007 RACGP GP of the Year. He achieved a Masters of Climate Change at ANU in 2010. He is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at ANU Medical School. Peter believes a … Read More

Walter Steensby

(Web Manager) Walter is one of many people concerned by the direction that democracy in Australia, and indeed the world, is taking, and has joined CAPaD to work towards new solutions, new attitudes and new behaviours. He and his wife Cindy pursue a sustainable way of life, growing some of … Read More