Kalindi is an educator who loves working directly with young people. She has a passion for Sustainability, Environmental Education and Indigenous Cultural Integration; specialising in authentically embedding these cross-curriculum priorities through education and wider community engagement. She is an experienced facilitator of inquiry-led, project-based and peer-to-peer learning; and in supporting students to lead their own learning initiatives and projects.
A life-long learner, Kalindi has completed her Master of Education and Master of Environment – Education for Sustainability degrees. She also holds certifications in Outdoor Recreation, Fitness and Active Volunteering. She coordinates adventurous outdoor learning initiatives and expeditions for high school students; including Duke of Edinburgh Award journeys, Outdoor Recreation programs, School Camps and Wild Mob conservation expeditions.
Being a mentor to the Wild Mob Youth Ambassadors, fits with Kalindi’s ethos of empowering young people to have a voice and active role in decisions that impact them. She advocates for youth to lead at the frontline of conservation, with the support and encouragement of experts in the field.