Erin Young works with whole-systems governance and regenerative systems, supporting change-agents to achieve their visions for a thriving and whole world.
With over 12 years of interaction with humans and nature, including a Bachelor of Environmental Engineering, she now works as a trainer, facilitator and pollinator of whole-systems design approaches for human systems.
Erin is a practitioner and trainer in the social technology of Sociocracy/Dynamic Governance – an integrated methodology for collaborative decision-making & agile organisations based in effectiveness, transparency & equal-value.
Mentored by permaculture pioneer Robin Clayfield in dynamic group work & learning methodologies, she contributes to the activation of facilitators for empowered, holistic & interactive individuals & groups.
With a core drive to build the literacy of ‘humans as ecology’, her facilitation and education sessions use sharing circles and dynamic learning spaces, activating groups for empowered and holistic interactions.
Erin holds a Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Hons) from Brisbane’s Griffith University (2004), and gained her first permaculture design certificate in 2010. Based on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia, Erin lives with her husband in a cottage in the forest within a regional community of practical joy-filled creatives.