Dr Juliette Anich is an active entrepreneur and researcher, problem solver and conversationalist. Her interests lie in exploring environmental and social change through research, teaching and project development. She loves crazy ideas, start-ups and growing businesses.
Juliette has a Bachelor in Design from UNSW, a Masters in Business from RMIT where her thesis looked into ethical consumer behaviour and decision making. She went on to receive a scholarship for her PhD at RMIT, in the School of Architecture and Design, which explored environmental behaviour and activism in urban agriculture which was completed in August 2016.
In between her studies, Juliette was involved in the fashion activist start up The Clothing Exchange in Melbourne, and local food pioneers Growing Abundance Castlemaine.
Juliette currently living in Castlemaine, Victoria, researching activism lifestyles, coming into Melbourne to teach Industrial Designers at RMIT and cooking up more ideas.
Studios that Juliette has supported:
2016 The End, Dying Studio with Dr Soumitri Varadarajan
2015 Urban Food Interventions: food as a way to build resilience in cities with Kate Archdeacon