Contributors

Adam Inder

Adam Inder is a Mathematics and Science teacher at Balga Senior High School in Perth, Western Australia. Having lived in WA most of his life, he graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering...

Alisha King

Alisha teachers Year 8 Science at Nightcliff Middle School in Darwin. Before moving to Darwin, Alisha completed a Bachelor of Advanced Science with Honours at the University of Sydney whilst in residence at The Women's College.

Amelia Green

Millie teaches years 7, 8 and 9 English and Humanities at Tennant Creek High School, 500km north of Alice Springs and 1,000km south of Darwin. Before moving to the heart of Australia, Millie completed a combined Bachelor of Asia- Pacific...

Amy Blitvich

Amy Blitvich is a Cohort 2016 Associate with Teach For Australia. She is teaching at Balcatta Senior High School in Western Australia.

Charlie Williams

Charlie Williams is a Teaching and Learning Coach at Hume Central Secondary College (Broadmeadows, Victoria) and is a Teach For Australia Cohort 1 alumni.

Charlotte Glick

Charlotte is an Arts (English and International Relations) and Science (Psychology) graduate from the Australian National University. Charlotte has been teaching Humanities and English at Murtoa College, in rural Victoria, since January 2015.

Christopher Weinberg

Christopher Weinberg is an alumnus of Cohort 2014 and taught Mathematics and Commerce for two years at Portland Secondary College in South West Victoria. In 2016 he completed his Master of Teaching on exchange at Boston College in the United...

Cindy Zhou

Cindy teaches Year 7 and 8 Science as well as Year 9 and 12 English at Warracknabeal Secondary College, located in the heart of Victoria's wheat-belt Wimmera region. Prior to entering the classroom, Cindy completed a Bachelor of Biomedicine at...

Daniel Cavanagh

After graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce and a double major in Marketing and Psychology, Dan Cavanagh spent eighteen months working at Oaktree. He now teaches Humanities and Psychology at Stawell Secondary College.

Daniel Hanrahan

Dan Hanrahan is a Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Science (Honours) graduate who was a part of Teach For Australia's second cohort. He taught at Robinvale P-12 College in northwest Victoria, and now works in education policy.

Danielle Marnock

Danielle Marnock is a Global Arts graduate from Monash University. Having majored in Humanities, Social Science and Languages, Danielle began teaching German and Humanities at Dimboola Memorial Secondary College, approximately 330 kilometres northwest of Melbourne, in January 2014.

Elena Mujkic

Elena Mujkic completed a Bachelor of Arts with Honours at The University of Melbourne with majors in Italian and Linguistics as well as a Diploma of Language in French. During her Honours, Elena undertook research on the grammar of an...

Emily Cotterill

Emily completed a Bachelor of Arts and Laws in 2010, she worked in policy and law before joining Teach for Australia. She now teaches English and Humanities at Korumburra Secondary College.

Hannah Morris

Hannah currently teaches Year 9 English and Humanities in Darwin, NT. She completed a Bachelor of International and Global Studies and a Juris Doctor law degree from the University of Sydney. She is currently a Board Director of UN Youth...

Isobel Dagg

Isobel Dagg teaches English to years 7,8,9 &10 at Euroa Secondary College, around 2 hours North-East of Melbourne. Having grown up in Brisbane, Isobel completed her Bachelor of Arts (Political Science and Literature) at the University of Melbourne.

Jack Greig

Jack is a Teacher at Thomastown Secondary College in northern Melbourne. He also helps facilitate cultural exchange and social innovation initiatives.

James Bayard

James is an Alumnus of the Teach For Australia program. He has a background in biomedical science and currently works at a multi-campus prep-Year 12 school in Victoria, where he leads the Years 6-12 science curriculum.

Kate Alliott

Kate Alliott is a University of Sydney graduate with a Bachelor of Political, Economic and Social Sciences with a double major in Government and International Relations and Spanish and Latin American Studies. She has in lived in Japan, France and...

Kirstie Gibson

Kirstie Gibson graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and a Bachelor of Arts majoring in French and International Relations from the University of Queensland. During her studies, she worked as a volunteer teaching aide for teenagers with diverse learning...

Luke Clift

Luke currently teaches Mathematics and Physics at Grovedale College, Victoria. Before teaching, he worked as a Project Engineer in the Power Generation industry for seven years.

Matt Dunne

Matthew Dunne teaches Year 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 English in Saffron-Walden in England. Previously he taught English and Humanities at Chaffey Secondary College in Mildura, Warrnambool Secondary College in Warrnambool and Mount Ridley College in Melbourne.

Michaela Epstein

Michaela's journey with TFA began in 2012 when she gave up the sea breezes and rolling hills of Sydney to live and teach in Mildura. Since that time, Michaela has taken students on a trip to Tonga as part of...

Michelle Parker

Michelle Parker teaches years 8, 9, 10 and 11 English in Mooroopna, Victoria. Before moving to the Goulburn Valley, Michelle completed a Bachelor of International and Global Studies with Honours at the University of Sydney.

Nick Spinks

Nick Spinks teaches Year 10, Year 11 and Year 12 Media Studies at Ararat College, 2.5 hours west of Melbourne. After graduating from the University of Queensland in 2008 with a double degree in Arts and Law, Nick worked for...

Nokomi Achkar

Nokomi Achkar is passionate about the radness of young people, equity and recognising each individual student’s strength. She is interested in the spaces outside mainstream school that cater for and breed success in the young people most marginalised and underrepresented...

Pip McIlroy

Pip McIlroy completed a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Philosophy and a Diploma of Modern Languages in Italian at The University of Melbourne. During her undergraduate studies, Pip delivered seminars to secondary students on the topics of study...

Remy Graham

Remy is a Drama and Sociology graduate from The Australian National University and began teaching drama at Dimboola Memorial Secondary College, approximately 330km northwest of Melbourne, in January 2014.

Sarah Martin

Sarah completed a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne and a Masters at the University of Oxford. She teaches years 10, 11 and 12 English and Literature at Traralgon College, approximately two hours east of Melbourne.