Seed National Director
Amelia Telford, a young Aboriginal and South Sea Islander woman from Bundjalung country is the National Director of the Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network. Amelia is passionate about supporting a national grassroots network of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people to protect our land, culture and communities from the impacts of climate change and fossil fuel extraction and be a part of creating positive change for our people. Amelia was awarded National NAIDOC Youth of the Year 2014, Bob Brown's Young Environmentalist for the Year 2015 and Australian Geographic Young Conservationist of the Year 2015 for her commitment to building a more just and sustainable future for all young people.
Seed Queensland Organiser
Nicole is a young descendent from the Garawa people. Raised in North West and North Queensland, it was her move to Brisbane that awoke her passion for Climate Justice. Nicole began volunteering with the Queensland branch of AYCC in 2016, and now works with Seed as an Organiser. Nicole is committed to working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to strengthen and create a sustainable future.