ADVISORY
 

Jennifer Gidley has provided advisory and consulting services within Australia and around the world to a number of organisations, including educational institutions, government departments and private foundations.

Projects have included:

2015
Unlocking Foresight, UK (2015-current)

Organisation:
Collaboration between Knowledge Insights, UK and the World Futures Studies Federation
Role:
Chief Researcher developing a digital hub to archive materials on futures studies and foresight.
Current and ongoing Advisory Role.

2014-2015
Tehran, Iran (2014-current)

Organisation:
The Science and Technology Think Tank for the Contemporary World (ST3), Tehran, Iran
Role:
Course Designer and Developer. Developed an Executive Education course called: An Introduction to the Science and Art of Futures Studies.

2013
Educational Transformations, Melbourne, Australia (2013)

Organisation:
Educational Transformations was established by Professor Brian J Caldwell in 2004 following his retirement as Dean of Education at the University of Melbourne. The company undertakes a range of projects commissioned by state and commonwealth authorities and non-profit entities.
Role:
Consulting Researcher (Higher Education).

2011-2013
Olomouc, Czech Republic (2011-current)

Organisation:
School for Transformative Leadership, Palacký University
School mission:
Transform mainstream models of leadership education, and to integrate insights from science and the wisdom traditions into innovative leadership courses.
Role:
Contribute to research activities and to advise, consult and collaborate on projects on higher education and leadership.
Development:
Invited to become a Visiting Professor from April 2012
See also Visiting Professor
School for Transformative Leadership

2010
Paris, France (2010-current)

Organisation:
Centre for International Studies and Research (CERI), SciencesPo
Role:
Visiting Fellow, researching the history of futures studies.
See also Visiting Fellow
Centre for International Studies and Research (CERI

Santander, Spain (2010-current)
Organisation:
Botin Platform for Innovation in Education
Role:
Australian representative and educational consultant for social and emotional education in Australia.
Outcomes:
International publication produced.
See also Fellow
Botin Platform for Innovation in Education

Australia (2010-2011)
Organisation:
Steiner Education Australia
Role:
Consultant advisor to the Australian Steiner National Curriculum Project team. Significant involvement in the drafting of the Australian Steiner Curriculum Framework document, including providing academic support through her research and several key references. The final document submitted by the curriculum project team was titled: Australian Steiner Curriculum Framework 2011.
Outcomes:
The Australian Steiner Curriculum Framework was approved by ACARA on November 30, 2011.

Australia (2010-2012)
Organisation:
Integral Institute Australia
Role:
Member of the Board with the role of expanding integral perspectives and maintaining links with international integral groups, particularly in Europe.
Outcomes:
Integral Institute Australia was recognized in April 2012 as the first official branch of the Integral Institute.