Gail Langley – Tidy Towns Judge
Gail’s formal training lies in agriculture, banking, education and counselling. She has had international, national, state, local and regional involvement in agriculture; building social rural entities; and working as an Australian Counselling Association member dealing with children, youth, families and health within the school education system.
She has lived in small rural and larger regional areas, working on the land or being professionally employed in towns.
Gail has held numerous positions with various local NSW farmer organisations. She was a Board Member on the local Lyndon House Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre and belonged to the local Aboriginal Education Council.
Gail’s judging experience includes judging for the Sydney Royal Agricultural Show Society in regional and rural areas in various engagements. She has also been awarded three Carbon Cocky Awards in 2014: Finalist National Carbon Cocky of the Year, Outstanding Innovation/Invention and Outstanding Performance in Carbon Sequestration.
She is currently studying for a degree in ‘Globalisation’, and is looking forward to working with the Climate Change Institute in Canberra.