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Angie Judd

After finishing my undergraduate degree in mid-2017 I went along to an event called Power Shift, where I was I introduced to power of organising by the Australian Youth Climate Coalition (AYCC). I began to look for more opportunities to get involved, taking on a leadership position in my state AYCC branch and participating in the Women’s Environmental Leadership Australia program in 2018.

I’m passionate about bridging the intersections between social and environmental issues, which has kept me involved in AYCC’s fight for climate justice. I’m now working as an organiser at the AYCC supporting young people in Victoria to take action on campaigns to Stop Adani, repower schools with renewable energy and to ban fracking in the NT, alongside studying for my Master of Public Policy.