MEET THE TEAM

The Hills Food Frontier is a not-for-profit organisation run entirely by our dedicated  volunteer committee. We are a diverse team, but we are all are passionate about making the Dandenong Ranges the “Good Food” Capital of Australia.

If you are interested in becoming involved or joining our team of volunteers, and would like to know more, please email hello@thehillsfoodfrontier.org.au

Shakti

Shakti

THFF Committee Member

Shakti brings thirty years of experience in the Health Industry, both conventional and complementary, plus a passion for ethical good food.Co Founder of The Belgrave Lantern Parade and THFF Shakti is also a local yoga teacher. Shakti has recently completed a Permaculture Design Course.

Roslyn

Roslyn

THFF Committee Member

Roslyn, now retired, has a background in project management and building community relationships. She is organised, good with numbers and loves to dance.

Daniyela

Daniyela

THFF Committee Member

Daniyela has a background in nursing as well as complimentary therapies, with a side of operational and quality management and sprinklings of horticulture, permaculture and biodynamics. She finds joy in growing her own food, cooking up a storm and loves how food brings people together.

Rhonda

Rhonda

THFF Committee Member

Bio coming soon!

Sue

Sue

THFF Committee Member

Sue has a background in education, a love of community and diversity plus a keen desire to see knowledge and wisdom produce action and change in her life and the lives of others. She is currently growing garlic chives successfully and wants to increasingly get her hands dirty with you in the hills!

Christina

Christina

THFF Project Worker

Christina has lived in the Dandenong Ranges for 20 years and is well connected in the local community being heavily involved with many of the local environmental, sustainability, permaculture and activist groups. She runs the local facebook networking hub ‘HillsTribe’ and operates a local Bulk Purchase Group. She works in event management running many local events, festivals and gatherings. Christina’s professional background involves working with children including bringing permaculture activities into early childhood settings and working on the ‘Seedlings’ program.
In her other world Christina works as an End of Life Consultant, Death Doula, facilitator of Deep Ecology practices and Women’s personal and spiritual development.
Christina is passionate about community building and fostering deep connection between people and nature.