In this week’s episode, Geoff is talking to Adie Delaney who was a Finalist in the 2020 Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards.
Adie Delaney is committed to creating new solutions to old problems. Adie left a career as trapeze artist in Europe and opened The Circus Studio to bring the joy and benefits of learning circus and has created a three-year curriculum to teach children circus skills. She started working at the Sexual Assault Support Service, engaging young people in conversations about consent and positive intimate relationships reaching over 5,000 young people. This program won an Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Award. Adie uses the intersection of her roles to make consent, understandable and achievable to all. Adie is also a member of the Huon Valley Arts and Culture committee, a dog parent, surfer, board game enthusiast and multi-potentialite.
In this episode:
- We listen to a committed and passionate Adie Delany who is making such a difference in the lives of young people through her work with schools and her Circus Studio
- Words of wisdom from Adie – Everything in moderation, including moderation
- We find out just what a multi-potentialite is!
- Are you in Southern Tasmania and have a warehouse that the Circus Studio could move into? Please reach out via the website: https://circusstudio.net.au/
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