Dylan grew up in England but has called Western Australia home for half his life. He is passionate about education, and a career as a Primary School teacher has taken him around the state, exposing him to Indigenous cultures, stunning landscapes and great people. With experience teaching in remote communities and regional towns throughout the Midwest (Yulga Jinna, Meekatharra, Cue, Carnarvon), Goldfields (Kalgoorlie, Wiluna) and Pilbara (Nullagine, South Hedland), as well as Perth and London, Dylan wanted to contribute more to long-term change for children facing disadvantage. He completed a Masters of Indigenous Education with Macquarie University (NSW) and joined Fair Game in 2013.
Now teaching in Perth, his role as a Senior Fair Gamer and Mid-west Regional Coordinator provides Dylan with challenges and opportunities, continuing his love affair with Remote Australia and crucially, affording him access to the grassroots of health, education and youth engagement.
Dylan grew up in England but spent many summers visiting family in South Africa which fostered his passion for cultural diversity. He moved to Perth where he completed a Bachelor in Primary School teaching specialising in working with EAL/D students (English an an Additional Language/Dialect). In four years his work has taken him through the Mid West with a year apiece in Yulga Jinna RC and Meekatharra, followed by short term employment in London, South Hedland, Carnarvon and Cue. Dylan was also able to volunteer briefly in Kenya and Zimbabwe. He now teaches in Kalgoorlie and wishes for Fair Game to continue his love affair with regional Australia, in particular in remote Aboriginal communities.