Are you inspired to be a Churchill Fellow?

The Churchill Trust recently celebrated fifty years of it’s phenomenal Churchill Fellowship program in Australia. To celebrate they have published ‘Inspiring Australians‘ to highlight the incredible breadth and depth of work these fellowships support. It’s a pretty amazing collection of stories, and I’m really humbled that a feature has been included about my Churchill Fellowship
DOWNLOAD REPORT NOW Are you interested in finding out how salons, barbershops and social innovators all around the world are using hair and hairdressing to make their community a better place? Serious Style, the report from my Churchill Fellowship, is now available as a free download here. Get inspired by stories, photos and ideas from

Health, hair and culturally competent care!

Brooklyn, United States, during Churchill Fellowship. As part of my Churchill Fellowship I visited the incredible Arthur Ashe Institute, whose health promotion programs in salons and barbershops focus on ‘culturally competent care’. I was lucky enough to join several site visits to see the program in action. Very inspiring to see an approach which is

Churchill Fellowship is go!

My Churchill Fellowship is taking me to Scotland, Switzerland, France, England, South Africa and the United States. I am currently on the road, meeting people around the globe who are using hairdressing to make their community a better place. September 2013
The 2012 WA Churchill Fellows were formally presented with their Fellowships last week at Government House, Perth, Australia. The presentation was followed by a dinner hosted by the WA Churchill Alumni Association. I was represented by the delightful Carly Davenport, and by all accounts the event was fantastic. Image is a detail from a painting

Churchill Fellowship

I’m thrilled to share the news that I have been awarded a Churchill Fellowship. My Churchill Fellowship will focus on social change hairdressing around the world, with site visits to Japan, the USA, Canada and South Africa. This research builds on the learning from the social change salon I established in very remote Australia with a fantastic