Lucy Mann and Kirsty Albion
Lucy Mann started studying a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne in 2007. After studying environment politics, she decided to become involved in the Australian Youth Climate Coalition. She has volunteered for the AYCC in a range of roles and has been part of the Australian Youth Delegation to the UN climate conferences in both Copenhagen and Cancun. After several years at AYCC, Lucy moved to New Hampshire to work as New Media Director on a competitive Democratic campaign for Congress - which won! Lucy is currently AYCC’s Co-director.
Kirsty Albion is AYCC’s Co-director and is also a team member of Project Survival Pacific. Through Project Survival Pacific, she has had the opportunity to work with youth in Fiji, to help start a Pacific Youth Climate movement. A strong believer that education and inspiration are key to creating the social change we require, Kirsty has been involved in many environmental education programs including AYCC’s Switched On Schools, Parks and Wildlife’s Discovery Program, Melbourne Museum’s School Holidays Program and the online resource Ecomedia. In 2010 Kirsty was awarded Young Australian of the Year Tasmania.
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