Jen’s an Australian wildlife artist and special needs teacher.
When she’s not painting or teaching, you’ll find her down at the river, battling Madeira Vine, spreading mulch gathered from gutters, or playing “what weed is that?” with the other Riverbankers.
When not Riverbanking on hands and knees and managing the group, Anna runs her own consultancy helping businesses improve how they communicate and manage business relationships across cultures, and advocate on special needs. Anna’s worked and volunteered in local conservation, migrant English, employment support and anti-slavery programs in Australia and El Salvador.
Salvatore is one of those quiet legends we all know – they bring down the tools you forgot (often doing more than one trip), transport stuff, haul weed bags, bring coffee and food…then assert seriously, ‘I don’t really do anything.’
As Treasurer, Salvatore brings a super methodical approach, financial smarts and an eagle eye for detail.
Salvatore is also Careers Practitioner at one of Melbourne’s large private schools, as well as being a business and (being Sicilian born) Italian teacher.
Jennie is what we’d call a ‘Renaissance woman’.
As well as a get-stuck-into-it Riverbanker, she’s also a musician, blogger, craftswoman and mother of 4 great young people, 3 with ASD.
Jennie’s gone from corporate law to language teaching to performing arts teaching in a small specialist education setting. She’s strong, witty, possesses that elusive quality called charm…and she’s someone you know you can rely on.