Amelia Zaraftis B.Ed (UC), BArts (Visual) with Honours (ANU)
Amelia holds a Bachelor of Education (UC) and a Bachelor of Arts (Visual) with Honours (ANU). She has substantial experience in education roles in the tertiary sector and as a museum and gallery educator. She develops educational programs that promote diversity and inclusion, and which scaffold students towards being confident self-determined learners. In her recent role as Student Community Development Officer at ANU, Amelia worked with the unique virtual hall program, Griffin Hall, an on-campus community that supports the transition, retention and success of students who live off campus.
Amelia is valued as a creative thinker, researcher, educator, equity practitioner and problem solver, with particular skills in strategic planning and the development and delivery of tailored learning experiences for diverse audiences. She is passionate about empowering individuals through education, healthy communities, individual wellbeing and inclusive practices. She will be living at Burgmann with her two children.