Leonie Sanderson is a passionate advocate for social change, with a lifelong commitment to empowering marginalized communities. Throughout her career, she has tirelessly worked to improve the lives of women, older individuals, and volunteers through her advocacy in social policy.
As the co-founder of The Ageing Revolution and People Tech Revolution, Leonie has spearheaded numerous projects aimed at transforming the experience of ageing. From challenging ageism through powerful storytelling to developing innovative tools like a mobile game for long-term planning and a game about death and dying, Leonie's work has made a tangible impact on the lives of older people and their families. Recognizing the importance of amplifying the voices of older people, Leonie embarked on an extensive road trip, engaging with older Australians to gain insights into their experiences of ageing. This endeavor, along with her ongoing collaborations with various organizations and her dedication to amplifying the voices of mental health consumers and carers, has solidified her reputation as a catalyst for positive change.
Leonie Sanderson firmly believes in dismantling ageism and fostering a society where ageing is seen as a time of opportunity. With her unwavering commitment to social justice, she continues to work tirelessly towards creating a culture that embraces and empowers older individuals.