Judi Fallon, Connect Facilitator

Judi Fallon is an Alannah & Madeline Foundation Connect Facilitator. 

Judi has extensive experience in education. She was a teacher/principal for 30 years in the Victorian Education Department.

After retirement Judi worked in Singapore for three years as an Academic Director as well as writing curriculum for the MOE.

Judi commenced with the Foundation in June 2011 as the eSmart National Schools Manager working with over 2,500 schools across Australia.

In 2018 she moved into the Connect facilitator role delivering cyber safety workshops across all Australian schools as well as organisations and workplaces.

Her passion in making a difference in the lives of children and engaging parents to understand and share the online world they live in.

Judi has vast knowledge and expertise in presenting and working with schools providing professional development, school leadership, staff, parent and student workshops.

Judi also delivers conference keynote presentations and workshops bringing vast knowledge and practical commonsense solutions and insights to her presentations with her understanding of the education system in the digital world we live in.

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