We acknowledge that we live and work on unceded country. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.

Amber is a communications specialist with many hats. She has worked and volunteered in a variety of roles across community engagement, health information, publishing, politics, community radio, higher education and research. At present, she is a PhD candidate researching the experience of radio as company with older listeners in Aotearoa/New Zealand. An aspiring gardener, podcast enthusiast and perennially novice knitter, Amber thrives on new challenges and the never-ending possibilities of listening, learning and considering new ideas. To date, Amber has made homes in Australia, Japan, England, Northern Ireland and New Zealand. She cycles, swims, climbs trees and walks in the grass barefoot at any opportunity. She regularly considers a Tank Girl-inspired future replete with female agency, relentless compassion, and a more respectful working relationship with non-human beings.

Amber Hammill

Amber is a communications specialist with many hats. She has worked and volunteered in a variety of roles across community engagement, health information, publishing, politics, community radio, higher education and research. At present, she is a PhD candidate researching the experience of radio as company with older listeners in Aotearoa/New Zealand. An aspiring gardener, podcast enthusiast and perennially novice knitter, Amber thrives on new challenges and the never-ending possibilities of listening, learning and considering new ideas. To date, Amber has made homes in Australia, Japan, England, Northern Ireland and New Zealand. She cycles, swims, climbs trees and walks in the grass barefoot at any opportunity. She regularly considers a Tank Girl-inspired future replete with female agency, relentless compassion, and a more respectful working relationship with non-human beings.

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