Anthony is a fifth generation Australian man living with his family by the ocean in the city of Perth, on traditional Noongar lands. He is an award-winning facilitator and educator, creator of The RegenNarration podcast, a widely published writer, and an Honorary Research Associate at UWA.
Anthony has two decades of experience as a facilitator and educator in ‘sustainability’, or what is now better referred to as regenerative development. This experience has been applied in a range of settings, from post-graduate to primary school levels, with public, community and private sector organisations, and with communities in Australia and Central America.
He features in a range of media nationally and internationally, is a regular speaker at universities, events and organisations, and hosts conversations with high profile and grass-roots leaders on regenerating the systems and stories humanity lives by, at both live events and on The RegenNarration.
He was co-editor of Everyday Transcendence: The Influence of Frank Fisher (Australia’s Inaugural Environmental Educator of the Year), founding Editor of the Journal of Swinburne University’s National Centre for Sustainability, and his writing has appeared in publications locally and overseas, including The Conversation, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, WA Today, ABC Online, World Economic Forum, Eco-Business, EconoTimes, Business Standard, Resilience, The Epoch Times, Energy Post, Arena Magazine, Eureka Street and The Footy Almanac.
Anthony has worked with people from all walks of life, from executives to volunteers, postgraduate students to children, factory workers to fashion agencies, academics to artists, and corporates to community workers, along with defining experiences with Indigenous communities in Australia and Central America (winning a Prime Ministerial Award for service to the international community).
He is fluent in Spanish, and his qualifications include a Master of International and Community Development from Deakin University, a Graduate Certificate in Sustainability from Swinburne University of Technology, and a Bachelor of Business Systems from Monash University. He has lead organisations, and served on a number of Boards and advisory groups.
Prime Ministerial Award for Service to the International Community (2003)