Leah Davidson
Leah Davidson, Skyline Alumni Development Manager

Leah is a passionate mindset coach with more than 25 years experience making a difference to young people. Skyline Hatch has partnered with Leah to design a suite of EQ programs for students, teachers and leaders.

Founder of The Group, Leah has written and delivered hundreds of personal development programs for young people. Her workshops, camps, and after school programs engage young people in creative, fun ways while developing their social intelligence and emotional fitness.

Leah has delivered her programs in many schools including Woodleigh School, Melbourne Girls Grammar School, Haileybury, Dandenong High School as well as in wellness centres and for YPO Young People. She also works directly withhigh ability young people at Skyline Education Foundation as their Alumni Development Manager.

At The Group’s weekly after school program, Leah teaches her curriculum for building emotional intelligence to young people ages 8 – 18. Life skills like creative thinking, empathy, collaboration, and decision-making are the soft skills not only essential in living a happy fulfilled life, but are now the skills most required of their generation in the work force. There is also a strong focus on philanthropy at The Group through which the young people get to see themselves as agents of change in their community.

Leah has designed and runs many overnight camps where young people get hands-on education in collaboration, communication, leadership, independence and team building while learning empowering life skills in fresh, fun ways. Survivor Camp, The Amazing Race Camp, and Surf Camp are 3 day overnight adventures where young people collaborate with participants from all over the Mornington Peninsula and Melbourne. Competing in teams, young people develop life skills through engaging activities and games, building EQ and deep self confidence.

hether delivered in school workshops, in her weekly programs, or on a camp, the common thread in Leah’s curriculum is that each module is underpinned by her deep respect for young people’s ability to find their true self-expression by learning and practicing essential life skills.