Meet Our Volunteers

We are a volunteer-powered organisation! Our amazing volunteers devote their time to facilitating Climate Conversations, raising funds, organising events and countless other activities that keep us going. To find out how you can be a part of our team, click here.

Alice Anderson | MP Engagement Group volunteer

Alice joined Climate for Change in 2018 as part of the Fundraising & Communications Fellowship. She then trained as a facilitator, and continued volunteering in various roles. Alice studied a Bachelor of Environments, majoring in Geography, Politics & Culture, which is where her passion for climate action grew. Although currently residing in Japan teaching English, she couldn’t stay away from C4C, and is excited to be a part of the MPEG team.


Georgia Dunshea | Accounts Manager

Georgia works part time as an accountant for various clients, and has two primary school aged children. In 2016, she became more acutely aware of the climate crisis and felt the need to take action. After discovering Climate for Change, she trained as a facilitator and later came on board to assist with the monthly accounting tasks. Georgia is passionate about helping people understand the climate crisis and see the urgency of the situation. With much still to learn, she is keen to find her best way of contributing to the climate movement.

Julia Lee | Social Media Coordinator

Julia first became involved with C4C in 2019 through the Fellowship Program and now volunteers as the Social Media Coordinator. She is a recent Monash graduate, majoring in International Studies and Marketing, and hopes to utilise her degree in the non-profit sector in the future. Having grown up in country Victoria, she holds a deep passion for the natural environment, a passion that led to her involvement with C4C and continued engagement in the climate movement.


Lucy Marks | Communities Leading Change program assistant

Lucy is a descendant of European settlers living on stolen lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. Lucy joined Climate for Change in 2020 as part of the Fellowship program. She is currently studying her Masters of Environments, specialising in climate change, and has completed a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in psychology. Lucy recognises that climate justice is impossible without Indigenous justice. She is interested in reducing the impacts of human-led climate change in a way that will begin to heal injustices against First Nations people and preserve their natural landscapes.

Natalie Fenwick | Program Assistant: 2021 fellowship

Natalie is a Bachelor of Arts student at the University of Melbourne who first joined Climate for Change as a fellow in 2020. She sees climate change as the defining issue of her generation and with a background in film production, she would love to combine her two passions to spread awareness through the screen. Natalie is now using her skills in leadership and activism as a Program Assistant for the 2021 fellowship. 

Sally Ho | Communications assistant: Volunteer program

Sally is a second-year student majoring in International Studies at Monash University. She has always been concerned about climate change, but the moment the issue truly struck a chord was when she saw Greta Thunberg sitting on her own outside the parliament, demanding change. That moment pushed Sally to take action, and that is how she chose to become involved with Climate for Change. She is currently the communications assistant for the volunteer program.

Sue Dwyer | MP Engagement Group Coordinator

Sue joined C4C as a facilitator and volunteer in October 2016. Her background is in writing, editing and teaching, and she has worked on several projects to inspire young people to action on climate. Sue is a passionate advocate of citizen democracy: encouraging people to actively participate and demand climate action from our governments, and to make
our world more sustainable and socially just. She currently coordinates the MP engagement groups.

Tatiana Stoffers | Social media and campaign volunteer

Tatiana is a specialist sales representative and is studying a Masters of marketing. She was a 2020 Fellow and helped with sponsorship engagement during the crowdfunding campaign, and has subsequently joined the social media team and campaign team for 2021. Tatiana is interested in human behaviour and different types of communication messaging, and so sees how critical Climate for Change's work is to the climate movement in Australia.


Aboriginal flag Torres Strait Islander flag

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of country throughout Australia, whose sovereignty was never ceded. We acknowledge that Indigenous peoples around the world are at the forefront of climate change, both in experiencing its effects and leading solutions for change. We pay our sincerest respects to all elders, past and present.