The Churchill Trust is excited to announce our newest collaboration with Yellow Edge, The Wayfinder podcast.
The series, featuring Churchill Fellows, discusses how high-performing individuals plotted the path to success. It explores the often winding paths of how these Fellows came to their professions and catalogs the trials and tribulations faced along the way.
The series is hosted by Scarlet Bennett, a Yellow Edge facilitator and coach.
Julie Morrison (VIC, 2018) completed a Churchill Fellowship to study the use of dogs in court supporting vulnerable victims and witnesses giving evidence.
Peter Cursley (ACT, 2017) completed a Churchill Fellowship to gather knowledge to expand the successful and unique model of the Newborn Intensive Care Foundation.
Carly Davenport Acket (WA, 2013) was awarded the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation Churchill Fellowship to explore the use of Participatory Media toolkits by global Indigenous communities in bridging cultural, political and digital divides, conserve cultural diversity and build community leadership.
The Wayfinder is available via your favourite podcasting platform or from the Yellow Edge website where you can also find transcripts, speaker bios and other resources.