Alice Bleby is a recent graduate of Arts and Law from the University of Melbourne.
She spent the best part of her time at university volunteering with UN Youth Australia, culminating in her term as National President in 2009-10. She is currently working out how best to pursue her passions for international environmental law, writing and travel (in the hope that she may one day be paid for doing what she loves).
Alice speaks fluent French, and un-fluent Arabic and Japanese; she loves dancing outside in bare feet, a good book, a vigorous argument, and driving in wide open spaces with friends and loud music… preferably all in rainbow colours. Alice believes that young people have strong convictions, good ideas and hope for the future, and that the best way to unlock the potential of this unique combination of qualities is through education.