Meet the Team



d’Arcy is the youngest of 6 children from rural South Australia but for the last 24 years he has travelled to 99 countries as a global citizen educator, keynote speaker, communications specialist and youth leadership facilitator with the likes of UNICEF, Gates Foundation, WHO, JUMP Foundation, Global Citizen and many others.

In the past 15 years d’Arcy has given over 2000 presentations and workshops to more than 170,000 people on global citizenship and related topics.

d’Arcy has also built two self-sufficient Happy-simply tiny homes and in 2014 started Teaspoons of Change with a 1000km walk and 1500km bike ride in Japan. In June 2018 he completed a Master’s in Peace Studies in Tokyo.

His favourite Global Goal is Goal 12: Responsible Consumption & Production



Serafina was born and raised in a religious cult in Aotearoa New Zealand until the age of 17 when it fell apart, her experiences since then have been vast!

Leading and managing teams in the corporate sector, living and travelling overseas, volunteering, creating and leading initiatives within the community, working in the homelessness sector, social media, a dabble in politics… and that’s just some of her experiences and expertise!

Serafina is a change expert, she understands change as internal and external and helped create Teaspoons of Change to inspire both personal and global change.

Her favourite Global Goal is Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities



Teaspoons of Change South Australia Co-Founder and Business Manager

Morgana uses her qualifications in business, social enterprise, and community development as well as her marketing and graphic design experience to engage communities and initiate change.

Morgana volunteers at Baptist Care SA Community Food Hub as a way to continue supporting homeless services for at risk groups, a passion which grew from her time with communities in Argentina and Vietnam.

Her favourite Global Goal is Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities.






Presenter / Workshop Facilitator

Rick is an ex-Australian Army Officer with extensive leadership and teamwork training experience .  As well as several operational command appointments he held a range of instructional and training appointments that included responsibility for the personal development and leadership training of naval and military officer cadets within the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and for Regional Defence Forces as instructor, guidance officer and mentor.

He was the inaugural Director of the Australian Defence Force Peacekeeping Centre (ADFPKC) and was appointed as a Senior Special Fellow of the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) for his authorship of a number of peacekeeping publications on behalf of the United Nations.

Since leaving the army Rick has worked with a variety of international organisations; corporate, government and non-government developing their leadership and team capability.  Ricks workshops and programs focus on experiential education and learning, he enables individuals to embrace knowledge and transform it into practical tools.

His favourite Global Goal is Goal 1: No Poverty




Daniel grew up in Hobart and relocated to Adelaide in 2005 to study Human Movement & Health Studies, together with pursuing a football career the SANFL. Following his graduation, he set up his own coaching business working with elite athletes.

In 2012, Daniel suffered a life changing injury that ended his football career and threatened his quality of life. After readjusting to his impairment, Daniel has since found a new sporting passion as a para-athlete competing for Australia. Throughout this experience he has lived and championed the benefits of perseverance, acceptance, gratitude and living our passion.

Daniel is passionate about human empowerment through social inclusion, equality, environmental sustainability and health & wellness. These are causes he is now supporting and fostering within the community as a Director and Spokesperson for the online platform Onyourblock, “the place for people with purpose”.

His favourite Global Goal is Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities