Fiona Strahan

Deputy Chair

Fiona (she/her) (retired) is a former Project Officer and Manager for Disability Voices Tasmania. She is an experienced training coordinator in the education management industry and skilled in non-profit organizations, research and social policy, case management, strategic planning, and public speaking. She has a Diploma in Welfare Work Sydney Technical College/UTS, current Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Fiona initiated the research project ‘Cracking the Silos – disability, displaced people, refugees and climate change’ and presented at the International Society for Disability Studies Conference Atlanta (2015). Fiona’s research and consultation on violence against women with disability was integral to WWDA receiving the 1999 National Violence Prevention Award. Fiona has performed her own work The Funky Pirate at the first Daylesford Writers Festival (2000) and recently performed her first stand-up comedy at the Fern Tree Tavern – The D Word.