Public Narrative Coordinator, Australian Conservation Foundation
Tessa Fluence is public narrative coordinator at the Australian Conservation Foundation. She works to shape the narratives, frames and messages in public communication to influence the national discourse. She leads on research, monitoring and evaluation of ACF’s public narrative work and coordinate and deliver change the story presentations and workshops. She’s also a multidisciplinary change maker with experience in the not-for-profit sector, social change, design and academia and wears many hats, including communications strategist, discourse analyst, word nerd, curator, academic, editor, copywriter and teacher.
Citizen storytelling – how the small stories can combat the global warming hyperobject (Performer)