Georgia Prasad is an environmental education specialist who is passionate about engaging young people in climate conversations and action. Currently, she is the Education Manager at Green Schools Project, an organisation working with schools to support their response to the climate and nature crisis through pupil-led projects and teacher training.
Georgia is a trained Forest School leader, working predominantly with young people with special educational needs in North London. She also delivers outdoor learning opportunities with various organisations, including The Royal Parks and London Wildlife Trust.
Whilst working as Environmental Education Officer at Greenpeace UK, she developed the organisation's youth learning approach, advised on campaign strategy and wrote resources for educators.
She started her education career as a primary and special educational needs teacher in a range of inner-city London primary and special educational needs schools. Georgia holds a Master of Education Degree from the University of Cambridge and a Master of Science Degree from the University of Oxford.