Creative Director and founder of Earth Junkies, is a film maker and creative media consultant. She founded Earth Junkies in 2009, and has been working across South Africa.
Emmylou Rabe Bailey
Executive Director: Emmylou is an environmental anthropologist who holds post-graduate degrees in environmental science (UCT) and heritage conservation (UK), and is the creator and director of Hearth Heritage, a space for conversations about conservation. Her multi-dimensional work focuses on understanding expressions of human-nature relationships and the development of environmental consciousness. She believes that the way forward in this world is to create a new generation of leaders who are environmentally and socially conscious.
Education Director: Dylan has recently completed his Doctoral thesis in Environmental Education and Social Sculpture entitled: “Empathy in the time of Ecological Apartheid” which develops a arts-based educational response to climate change, through developing ecological citizenship. Dylan was also the co-founder of the Arkwork Collective.
Radio Journalist/EJF Responsible Participant: Naledi Moleo is a passionate young person who loves working with the development of children and youth. She hosted LoveLife's very own "Make Your Move TV" which showcased South Africa meeting young people that face challenges such as HIV/Aids, poverty and lack of opportunities to move past their challenges. In 2011 she ran the POWA (People Opposing Women Abuse) Women's Writing Project, which encouraged abused women to share their stories in writing to compile the book titled Raising Her Voice. Her current role as host of SAfm’s very own “In Tune with Naledi Moleo”, has afforded her the opportunity to share conversations with young people across the country. She believes in learning from the youth and not teaching AT them!
Writer and Content Editor: Elizabeth is a writer who works across a broad range of genres from documentary scripts to publishing short stories and has recently completed a Master’s thesis on South African crime writing.