Briannon is a member of Teach For Australia’s Executive Leadership Team and a Teach For Australia (TFA) Alumna. She is a mission-driven, nonprofit leader passionate about harnessing the people-power of impact networks to address system-level problems limiting the potential of young people.
Her current role is Director of Community and Communications. She leads TFA’s work to cultivate leadership capabilities and networks among TFA Alumni. The aim of this work is ensuring that more teachers, leaders and schools in the most under-served parts of Australia flourish with the support of strong allies. Briannon also helps to tell TFA’s story impact and drives Teach For All’s Global Alumni Strategy Community.
Across four continents, Briannon has previously worked as an award-winning classroom teacher, an instructional leader and school leadership team member (in a US charter school), a successful small business owner, and a program delivery manager at an educational charity in the UK.
Briannon is living with Multiple Sclerosis and is an advocate for fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce. She lives in Sydney on Dharawal Country – right near the beach – where she spends a lot of time reading in her hammock and watching the sunrise.