Social Scientist, Farmer, Facilitator & Public Speaker
Agriculture and Rural Development, Change Management, Community Service and Engagement, Environment and Sustainability, Families, Feminist Policy and Politics, Women’s Affairs, Governance, International Development and Issues, Leadership, M.C. and Facilitator, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Motivational Speaking, Organisation Change Management, Participatory Democracy, Philanthropy, Primary Industries, Relationships, Religion, Spirituality and Ethics, Sociology
Alana Johnson is Chair of the Victorian Women’s Trust. She is named in the inaugural 100 Women of Influence in Australia by The Australian Financial Review. She is recognized nationally and internationally for her work in Change Management, Leadership Training and Rural Development. Alana is a pioneer of the rural women’s movement in Australia and is a founder of Australian Women in Agriculture. Alana was the 2010 Victorian Rural Women’s Award winner and Australian runner up. She has appeared on ABC Q&A and featured in Women’s Word of Wisdom launched by the Governor General.
Alana has held many public and board positions and is currently a member of the Victorian Ministerial Council for Women’s Equality, Dep. Chair of the Victorian Catchment Management Council, a Director of Goulburn Murray Water and Committee member of Voices for Indi.