Emily Wilden

Emily joined the Alannah and Madeline Foundation in 2021. She is a trained primary school teacher, with experience  teaching from F-6. Since graduating with a Masters degree in Teaching, Emily has taught in schools in both regional and metropolitan Victoria. As well as this, she has worked in the tertiary field as a Learning Advisor for an online-delivered Bachelor of Education degree, providing experience in delivering support and content to an adult audience in an online environment.

As a teacher, Emily recognizes the importance of bringing relevant subject matter into the education of young people. She knows that the boundaries between physical and digital worlds are increasingly blurred, and prefers to support students with an educative rather than fear-based approach to facing the risks and challenges -along with the many benefits - that this brings. She enjoys having the opportunity to reach not only students, but also their support network of teachers and families, when working with the Foundation.

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