Adam Davey, CEO of the Winston Churchill Trust is pleased to be launching this podcast series profiling a range of inventive and talented Australians.
“Every year since 1965, in memory of Sir Winston Churchill, Australians from all walks of life are supported to follow their passion overseas to learn and bring back knowledge and skills to benefit their communities,” said Mr Davey.
Each episode is 20 minutes and released monthly. Launching on August 30th it will be available to follow for free on on Apple Podcast and Spotify. Some of the podcast talent includes:
- Chris Boyle, one of Queensland’s longest standing and most respected child protection experts
- Petah Cavallaro, a professional opera singer with Opera Australia
- Kate Cole, an engineer and scientist working to prevent illness and disease for across the construction, tunnelling and demolition industries
- Helen Glazebrook, a Senior Intelligence Analyst with the Attorney General’s Department in Queensland
- Ian Jarrett, ever seen the unit costs (price per kg/g) on grocery price tickets around Australia? Ian is the quiet consumer advocate helping you calculate your grocery savings
- Michela Mitchell, venom user in bio-applications; snake, jellyfish, scorpion & sea anemones
- Scott Sleap, went behind the scenes at NASA, Australian educator, STEM pioneer and co-developer of the National Space Workforce Initiative
- Nicholas Wood, a New South Wales based Paediatrician talking about vaccine safety
Get ready to be inspired, learn, and ignite your passion for innovation and change in Australia, as you embark on an exciting journey with Adam Spencer where each month he dives into the extraordinary stories of Churchill Fellows who’ve expanded their horizons overseas to bring their knowledge home to Australia.