Jane co-founded Global Generation in 2004. She has more than 25 years of experience in delivering environmental, arts & vocational training projects in New Zealand & the UK. She managed a City Farm for Framework Trust and developed an Inner City Forest in Auckland as a learning resource for the Dept of Education, set up and ran an NVQ Horticulture programme for Camden Job Train and co-ordinated Camden’s Environmental Education Network. She also managed Rise Phoenix a community arts organisation that worked with children and young people in the war torn areas of the Balkans, in Tanzania and in London.


Her interest in young people and projects that bring different parts of the community together has been a consistent thread throughout her working life. Her love of the outdoors began as a child growing up on a farm in New Zealand.


In 2016 she was awarded a Dprof in Organisational Change from Middlesex University and Ashridge Business School. Through an action research approach her inquiry drew on experiences within Global Generation and focussed on how the living story of ecology and the wider cosmos can support collaborative approaches to leadership within an organisation. Jane invites engagement with the rhythms and patterns of nature through a combination of storytelling, hands on and reflective experiences.


TitleCurrent Approaches to Growing Together: Tales from the KQ
DateThursday 8th July 2021
Time14:50 – 15:30