Chris is a proud father of two children who enjoys being practically involved in the local community while running his own business consulting on educational ecosystems.
As a migrant to Australia, Chris understands the value of diversity in community and social capital as determinants of social cohesion.
He has lived and worked across different industries in Australia (Perth and Victoria) and internationally (London and Mauritius) and has volunteered on local and state not-for-profits or community group committee.
A career shift into education 15 years ago led to various school leadership roles in the areas of sustainability, residential living, positive psychology and staff development, fuelling his passion for social innovation.
Today Chris is an award-winning educator who advocates for the power of interdisciplinary and cross sectoral educational networks to build community resilience and wellbeing.