From: Wednesday July 21, 2021, 12:30 pm
To: Wednesday July 21, 2021, 2:00 pm
Edward Tudor is Executive Director of the Melbourne Indigenous Transition School. He came to the role in October 2014 with strong experience in corporate governance, project management and commercial legal advice.
He was a solicitor with law firm King & Wood Mallesons from February 2011 until October 2014. He graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2010 with a combined Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and was one of KWM Australia’s first secondees to its Beijing office.
Edward is a member of the Anglicare Victoria Board Strategy Committee and served as a board member of the Old Scotch Collegians' Association for five years.
In 2016 Edward was awarded the Jack Brockhoff Foundation Churchill Fellowship to study organizations supporting the transition of young Indigenous people into mainstream educational opportunities across New Zealand, Canada, the USA and Lapland. In 2017 Edward was nominated for the New Corporation Pride of Australia Awards.
About the School
Located inside the Richmond Football Club, our school provides a highly differentiated Year 7 learning program which celebrates Indigenous cultures and enables each student to grow academically, socially and emotionally.
Through partnerships with organisations including Swinburne University, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Bangarra Dance Company, the Monash University Museum of Art and many more, our students participate in a vibrant curriculum which makes the most of the opportunities and excitement of Melbourne. Wellbeing sits at the core of our school program and every student is supported to ensure their physical, social, emotional and cultural wellbeing is strong.