Fiona Stevens: Ambassador


Fiona is a lifelong Poet, Creative Collaborator, Wellbeing Australia Professional Member and Blue Mind Health Ambassador.


As a Poet and Creative Collaborator, she’s been inspired to blend artistic talents for meaningful projects with scientists, marine biologists, educators, graphic designers, founders, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, artists, photographers and musicians.


Fiona’s special interest is in the use of poetry as a memorable and expressive art form for developing creative and critical thinking skills. Projects have included developing school-based Positive Psychology and Poetry Programs and Blue Mind Health outreach.


Fiona’s poetic work largely deals with whole person learning, women’s health, endometriosis, ‘blue mind’ philosophy, marine conservation, social issues, the ocean, creativity, positive psychology and much more.


Her work has appeared in Blue Mind Health campaigns and her Endometriosis Australia Awareness Poems have been popular and appeared across all social media platforms by creatively engaging the public and medical community about endometriosis.



Examples of work by Fiona Stevens for Endometriosis Australia


Fiona has studied at The University of Sydney, The University of New South Wales and The Poetry School London (UK). She has also worked in Japan as an English Instructor teaching Japanese children and adults to converse and write in English.


She is also a qualified Manicurist and Pedicurist having been awarded a Certificate in Nail Technology.


Fiona was diagnosed with endometriosis twenty years ago and understands its far-reaching physical, social, psychological, economic and fertility considerations. She remains motivated to join the global conversation to exchange information and create awareness for endometriosis sufferers world-wide.


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