Throughout 2016 we interviewed the following globally recognised experts in their field exclusively for the Homeward Bound voyage

Members of the filmed faculty will largely be focusing on what they think women of the caliber participating in Homeward Bound can do to influence issues on a global stage. They will also share their insights around what works/doesn’t work and why. We anticipate ‘live streaming’ the faculty for two days at the end of the voyage. This is in planning.

Additionally, our science faculty who are part of the core Homeward Bound team (who work with the Australian Antarctic Division, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies,  University of Tasmania and University of Queensland) are in discussion with a range of scientific contributors, recognised for their expertise and contribution to a greater understanding of change in our world, to contribute to the science program on board.

Dr Jane Goodall

Primatologist and environmental campaigner; changed a generation of environmental activists

Franny Armstrong

Film maker behind ‘The Age of Stupid’, 100 most influential women

Dr Robert Kaplan

Developed strategy mapping The Balanced Score Card, on behalf of Dave Norton and himself

Dr Sylvia Earle

A global leading Marine Biologist, explorer, author, and lecturer

Dr Amy Edmondson

Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School

Valerie Taylor 

Shark expert, known for her conservation advocacy and films

Christiana Figueres 

Former Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

Dr Susan David

Co-Founder and Director of the Institute of Coaching, awarded speaker and coach, Harvard A-lister

Clare Bowditch

Award winning Australian singer and activist


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