Our team

Linh Do

Director

Linh Do

Linh Do is passionate about climate justice and leadership development. She's spent the last decade working across advocacy and engagement, media and social enterprise. Linh sits on the board of Climate Action Network Australia and is a board observer with the Australian Council for International Development. She was most recently Australia and Pacific lead for Climate Reality, Al Gore’s leadership program having brought over 800 people together for Climate Week Queensland.

As an alum of the University of Melbourne, Linh is excited to see students apply their academic knowledge with practical skills to tackle sustainability challenges. Outside of work, she can be found consuming ice cream, walking extremely quickly and dabbling in podcast creation.

Email: linh.do@unimelb.edu.au

Julian O’Shea

Director

Julian O’Shea

Julian O’Shea is a social entrepreneur, humanitarian engineer and advocate for innovation in higher education. He is the Founder of Unbound, an educational startup that works with Australian universities to develop innovation educational experience, often with a global perspective. Prior to this, he worked in a leadership position heading up the education, research and innovation division of a global development not-for-profit as the Director of the Engineers Without Borders Institute.

A wearer of many hats, Julian is also researching a PhD in sustainable transportation and producing accessible science video content. He is looking forward to working with students to bring their ideas to life.

Email: julian.oshea@unimelb.edu.au

Alicia Crawford Bell

Wattle Fellowship Program Coordinator

Alicia Crawford Bell

Alicia is a social change maker who is passionate about working towards social, economic and environmental justice. With over 15 years experience designing and facilitating personal and leadership development programs and a background in community development, youth engagement, project management and large-scale events logistics, she has worked with some of Australia’s leading social change organisations to engage and inspire others to take action.

Alicia is also the founder of Liminal Life, a small business which provides yoga and meditation, values and strengths-based education and nature connection workshop and retreat experiences as well as program evaluation and design services for individuals and organisations wanting to prioritise personal growth and transformation and self and community care. As an advocate and practitioner, Alicia is committed to helping those working within the social change and community sectors to integrate wholistic health and wellness practices into their life and work in order to sustain and deepen their engagement both personally and professionally.

Email: alicia.crawford@unimelb.edu.au