Sustainable Development Manager &
Director at The One World Collective
Sam is a co-founder of Community Classrooms Collaborative. She is intimately connected to our Kenyan village through family bonds. Sam loves spending time in nature with her children, exploring cultures of the world and co-creation of many kinds. She is studying a double degree in Sociology and Sustainability with a focus on Imagining Alternative Futures. Sam envisions a world where humans live happy, healthy lives in harmony with each other and the Earth.
Assistant Finance Manager
Pas is a self-employed naturopath, dancer and healthy living extraordinaire. She lives in Maleny and has been working in local cooperatives for the last decade. Pas is committed to contributing to her community and empowering people to choose health and wellbeing that is in harmony with the natural environment.
B.Sc. (Hons); BSc (En.Sc. & Sustainability); Cert III Bus. Admin.
Rachele has over six years experience assisting not-for-profits such as The Theosophical Society and Free to Shine with fundraising activities and administration. She currently works at the University of the Sunshine Coast as a Tutor in the School of Science and Research Assistant to the Sustainability Research Centre. Rachele is an advocate for sustainable development and is interested in the different ways that communities can contribute to positive social and environmental change.
Sam A joined Community Classrooms Collaborative in 2014 as the In-Country Coordinator for Kenya. Sam A will work with, learn from and mentor villagers, using their existing knowledge and skills to develop a number of systems to strengthen the community’s needs, capacity and effectiveness. It is hoped that the collaboration will be a positive and valuable contribution, enhancing Community Classrooms Collaborative’s capacity to better facilitate local and international activities.
Sam A has a particular interest in environmental systems and treading lightly on Mother Earth. She is elated to be having the opportunity to be immersed within the strong culture of Kenya and getting lost in the maize and cassava fields within the Siaya County.
You can follow Sam A’s journey in our news updates.
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