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Michelle St Anne Appointed General Assembly Member of Greenpeace Australia Pacific

As a General Assembly member, Michelle will be a voting member of the organisation and assist in overseeing the effective governance of Greenpeace Australia Pacific.

Congratulations to Michelle St Anne, The Sydney Environment Institutes Deputy Director, who was recently elected as a General Assembly member of Greenpeace Australia Pacific.

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As a General Assembly member,  Michelle will be a voting member of the organisation and assist in overseeing the effective governance of Greenpeace Australia Pacific. The General Assembly member’s are responsible for:

  • Providing ready access to balanced and understandable information about the organisation and corporate proposals
  • The election of the Board members
  • Supervision of Board performance
  • Acceptance of the Annual Report of Greenpeace Australia Pacific
  • Appointment of the external auditor.

In the past, Michelle has collaborated with Greenpeace for ‘Black Crows Invaded Our Country.’ This performance was an artistic contextualisation of the public lecture, which featured a call to action speech by David Ritter, CEO of Greenpeace Australia Pacific.

Michelle also participated in Greenpeace’s CourageWorks project which invited ordinary people to undertake personally confronting tasks to demonstrate the courage required to save the Great Barrier Reef. Michelle confronted her fear of being underwater (as seen in the picture above).


Michelle St Anne is the Artistic Director and founder of The Living Room Theatre.  As a theatre-maker she has created 18 original ambitious productions and has received the 2013 national IDEA (Interior Design Excellence Awards) Award in the Event Category. Her work has been performed in various venues in Sydney and Melbourne. As a freelance actor she has worked for independent theatre companies, performing at Performance Space, The Stables Theatre, Belvoir St, Museum of Contemporary Art and a regional tour of Queensland.  Michelle has also enjoyed stints on film, television, commercials, corporate videos, short films and radio. She is a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts 2003.

In her spare time, Michelle is also the Deputy Director of the Sydney Environment Institute.