Stephen Healy is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Culture & Society. His research has concentrated on the relationship between economy, subjectivity and economic transformation in the context of health care reform policy, cooperative and regional development, and social movements.
Joanne Mcneill is a Research Project Manager and Senior Research Associate with the Institute for Culture & Society, Western Sydney University; and a Visiting Fellow with UNSW, School of Law. She has a long history of involvement with social enterprise practice and research in Australia and beyond. Joanne was awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 2008.
Jenny Cameron is an Associate Professor in the Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of Newcastle, Australia. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of Beanstalk Organic Food Co-operative based in Newcastle.
Professor Katherine Gibson is internationally known for her research on rethinking economies as sites of ethical action. She trained as a human geographer with expertise in political economy and, with her collaborator for over 30 years, the late Professor Julie Graham, developed a distinctive approach to economic geography drawing on feminism, post-structuralism and action research.