Anita’s work is centred around her unique ability to translate the neuromusical research into educational contexts for a variety of audiences across the education sector. Anita’s ability to communicate the complex findings of the research provides a platform to upskill and update the understanding of education leaders, teachers, students and parents on the place and purpose of music learning in every child’s education.
Anita is an experienced, agile and sought after presenter for education, policy, philanthropic, parent and creative audiences. No single presentation is the same as she believes in responsive delivery and finding the teachable moments.
Anita provides advice, research and ongoing support to a wide variety of stakeholders including state governments, filmmakers, individual schools and philanthropic communities. Her ability to translate research and apply it to teaching practises sees her contribute to projects from inception to implementation.
Anita takes a unique approach to advocacy for music education. She believes that powerful change creating advocacy occurs through approachable, informed and timely education. When we educate our communities, we create advocacy through deeper understanding.