Siobhan Cribbin (she/her)

Community Practice Lead, Our Town

Working on Kaurna Lands

Siobhan taps into her broad experience across service design, experience design and community management to create meaningful learning experiences for our clients. A dynamo at visualising and explaining complex problems, she loves working on programs that help shift people’s perception of what they can be. 

As part of her coaching practice, Siobhan has relished working alongside the Australian Volunteers Program (AVP) and their in-country teams, as they design and develop different models of volunteering across the Indo Pacific. 

Siobhan currently holds a Community Practice Lead Role on Our Town. This includes leading the design and facilitation of social innovation capability building activities, to support six regional South Australian towns, as they foster local, community-determined responses to improve wellbeing.

Siobhan is also a founding member of Mobility and Accessibility for Children in Australia Ltd (MACA), a not-for-profit organisation that advocates for the right of all people to safe and accessible transport. 

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Bachelor of Industrial Design (Honours)

Siobhan's Message Stick

*A message stick is a public form of graphic communication first used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Peoples. The objects were carried by messengers over long distances and were used to support a verbal message. 

Siobhan's Message Stick

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