Anthony is a fifth generation Australian living with his family by the ocean in the city of Perth, on traditional Noongar lands. He is creator and host of The RegenNarration podcast, an award-winning facilitator and educator, widely published writer, Honorary Research Fellow at UWA, and a Warm Data Lab Host Certified by the International Bateson Institute.
Anthony has over 20 years experience as a facilitator and educator in ‘sustainability’, or what has become more holistically termed regenerative development. This experience has been 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 Guatemala. In the latter, he was the recipient of a local municipal award and an Australian Prime Ministerial Award for service to the international community.
He features in a range of media nationally and internationally, is a regular speaker, and hosts conversations with high profile and grass-roots leaders on regenerating the systems and stories we live by, at both live events and on The RegenNarration podcast. Anthony also produces a spin-off series of podcasts for Clean State WA, dedicated to the regenerative transitions happening in his home state of Western Australia.
Anthony's writing has appeared in publications locally and overseas, including here in 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, and The Footy Almanac. He was also co-editor of Everyday Transcendence: The Influence of Frank Fisher (Australia’s Inaugural Environmental Educator of the Year), and founding Editor of the Journal of Swinburne University’s National Centre for Sustainability.
Anthony 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)