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Fiona Stevens is a Fellow, International League of Conservation Writers, lifelong poet, creative collaborator, Member Australian Society of Authors, Blue Mind Ambassador, Wellbeing Australia Professional Member, Country Needs People Supporter and Plant-based strategist. Fee’s special interest is in the use of poetry as an expressive art form for creative health, wellbeing, and is motivated by a better understanding of the connections between planet, people, and species. She understands it is our shared responsibility to make this world a better place, humanity’s greatest challenge!
Motivated by curiosity, imagination, and the poetical view of things, Fee has collaborated with educators, scientists, graphic designers, artists, wildlife, and nature photographers, nutritionists, and entrepreneurs. Her work largely deals with nature, whole person learning, ‘blue mind’ science, Earth, conservation, social issues, creativity, positive psychology, and women’s health. Her ‘blue mind’ outreach engaged Aboriginal communities, medical spheres, Australian fire rescue teams and others.
Fee has studied at The University of Sydney, University of New South Wales and The Poetry School, London (UK). She worked as an English instructor in Japan. As a young girl she adopted several dolphins from the Port Philip Bay area, and this sparked her interest in ocean advocacy. She completed a Marine Mammal Rescue Training workshop with ORRCA (Organisation for the Rescue and Research of Cetaceans in Australia). Fee is also a qualified Manicurist and Pedicurist having been awarded a Certificate in Nail Technology. Her recent poetry collections include ‘nature series’ and ‘eco poetry’ collection. She is currently working on a new book, “Rewilding the human soul.”
As an ambassador, she is committed to promoting facts and education, advance the rights of women and girls, and to empower them to fully participate in all aspects of their endometriosis journey. Fiona was diagnosed with endometriosis over twenty years ago, and understands the condition from a physical, social, psychological, economic and fertility perspective. She remains motivated to raise awareness of the challenges women face and the importance of early diagnosis and supporting them for the longest time.