Director, Inglis Clark Centre for Civil Society, University of Tasmania

Associate Professor Natasha Cica is Director of the [Inglis Clark Centre for Civil Society](http://www.utas.edu.au/provost/inglis-clark-centre) at the University of Tasmania, which advances the university’s community engagement and thought leadership agenda. In 2012 she was awarded an inaugural Sidney Myer Creative Fellowship. Natasha has worked as a lawyer, political adviser and policy analyst in Europe and Australia. She was the founding editor of newmatilda.com and established the consultancy Periwinkle Projects. Her recent book is [Pedder Dreaming: Olegas Truchanas and A Lost Tasmanian Wilderness](http://pedderdreaming.wordpress.com/) (UQP, 2011), and with Julianne Schultz she is co-editor of GriffithREVIEW 39: Tasmania – The Tipping Point? (Text, 2013).

Experience

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    Director, Inglis Clark Centre for Civil Society, University of Tasmania