Maddy Braddon

Maddy has short blonde hair and is standing under and umbrella holding a yellow sign that reads "climate action now".

About Maddy:

Maddy Braddon is a vibrant change-maker living and working on Widjabul wia-bal land, where her focus is on climate justice and building community resilience through creativity, intersectionality and collaboration. Maddy works at Bushfire Survivors for Climate Action; has worked as a local Research Assistant at the University Centre for Rural Health, studying the impacts of the 2017 floods on rural people and the implications for community resilience to climate disasters.

Maddy co-founded Resilient Lismore after her involvement in the community-led recovery after those floods. Social justice and ‘right relationship to change’ are core values for Maddy having lived through adversity and uncertain times herself.