Erin Farley is Projects and Advocacy Manager at LeadWest. Erin has over fifteen years experience working in communications and campaigns with not-for-profits, unions, government and in politics.
With a BA in Communications and a Masters degree in Environment and Planning Erin is passionate about the impact that strategic planning of infrastructure and services has in creating just and sustainable communities.
Prior to joining LeadWest, Erin worked in senior roles for Bicycle Network, Australian Greens Leaders Christine Milne and Bob Brown, Oxfam, the Australian Conservation Foundation and Greenpeace.
Erin has also coordinated national campaigns to deliver better public school funding, protect manufacturing jobs and ensure Traditional Owners control of their country.
She is a long-time board member of Snuff Puppets, a Footscray based giant puppet theatre company. Their manifesto is to make art that does something - that is culturally vital, relevant and impacts on the world!