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Who We Are2018-03-26T13:20:48+00:00

Our Vision

To connect through education to advance understandings and actions in relation to environmental and sustainability issues across all communities and education sectors

What We Do

  • Promote the effective use of education to help people to live more sustainably

  • Support members via professional development

  • Build strong local networks that facilitate collaboration and skill sharing

Our Management Committee

MAGGIE MUURMANS
MAGGIE MUURMANSPresident
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KYLIE MOSES
KYLIE MOSESSecretary
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CAM MACKENZIE
CAM MACKENZIETreasurer
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LOUISE ERBACHER
LOUISE ERBACHERBrisbane
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POSITION VACANT
POSITION VACANTDarling Downs
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RENEE FLETCHER
RENEE FLETCHERSunshine Coast
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LANA HEPBURN
LANA HEPBURNTropical Queensland
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TRACEY COWARD
TRACEY COWARDMembership Officer
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HILARY MACLEOD
HILARY MACLEODex officio (VP AAEE)
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Our Regional Branches

Brisbane

Gold Coast

Darling Downs

Sunshine Coast

Tropical Queensland

Get Connected

AAEE Queensland is the Queensland Chapter of Australia’s peak professional body for Environmental Educators

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For me, being an AAEE QLD member means being connected to my peers and what is happening in environmental education for sustainability across Australia.

Kylie Moses, AAEE QLD Secretary

Over the years I have been lucky enough to link up with some eminent environmental educators around the world and despite many job and sector changes, including living overseas, I have remained a loyal AAEE member.

Hilary Macleod, Vice President, AAEE

The Association is not just for teachers…it is for everyone in the community interested in, involved in, education about the environment, in the environment and for the environment

Anon, ozEEnews, 1980

Joining AAEE was the best thing I did back in the day! It quickly got me connected with interesting, likeminded people – many of whom remain friends and colleagues.

Julie Davis, Adjunct Professor, QUT

As a teacher, being a member of AAEE has opened doors, continued to inspire and renew me and to connect with some amazing people.

Paul Hemphill, Year 6 Teacher

I found inspiration and a close network of passionate educators who are putting their efforts towards creating change and capacity for the natural environment in Queensland

Maggie Muurmans, Griffith Centre for Coastal Management

Become a Member of the Queensland Chapter by Joining our Parent Association AAEE
Our annual membership cycle runs from 1 October to 30 September
Members who join mid-year will need to renew at the start of the new membership cycle

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