Amy Green

As an Autistic, multiply disabled individual, I am deeply committed to advancing accessibility and inclusion for all members of our community.

I am honoured to be the Deputy Chair of the Serpentine Jarrahdale Shire "Access and Inclusion Advisory Group" because it provides me with a platform to raise awareness about the lifelong impact of disabilities and the importance of proactive inclusion measures.

With 15 years of experience in the Vocational Education and Training sector (TAFE), I am particularly dedicated to promoting opportunities for equitable education. Additionally, I am passionate about fostering neuro-inclusion in workplaces, emphasising the need for intentional efforts to create environments that accommodate and celebrate the diversity of all individuals.

Outside of work, I find joy in spending quality time with loved ones and researching my special interests in neuroscience, neurodivergence, and human behaviour. Additionally, I find relaxation and recreation in pursuits such as playing golf and video games.

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