Contact the Enlighten Education Queensland team on (07) 3201 1385

Storm Greenhill-Brown

Storm Greenhill-Brown.

Bachelor of Arts (Drama), Graduate Diploma (Education), Associate Diploma (Arts/Theatre)

“As a mother of three and a committed advocate for the rights of young people, I feel compelled to help teenagers critique the toxic junk culture that surrounds them. My goal with Enlighten is to help young girls navigate this environment while developing a sense of self that will make them more resilient, independent, joyful and safe.”

Storm is a highly qualified and experienced drama and English teacher who has taught at tertiary, secondary and primary school levels in Queensland and overseas. A former professional actor, Storm also spent time working as part of a Theatre In Education ensemble touring schools throughout Queensland. She is currently the Queensland co-director of Learning Performance Seminars, a private national organization offering workshops for secondary students to improve their study skills.

In her work with students, Storm uses the creative process as a framework through which young people can actively explore their identities and the roles they fulfil within society. She is dedicated to helping them express a genuine voice that will be heard and valued, in order to heighten their sense of self-belief and self-respect. In our media-saturated environment, teenagers are particularly susceptible to the stereotypes of popular culture. Storm’s mission is to challenge this and empower young women to be their own culture shapers and creators.

*Enlighten Education Queensland is independently owned and operated by Storm Greenhill-Brown.


Testimonials from local schools.

What a great day the girls had! They had negative thoughts before it even began but as soon as they walked in the door their mood quickly changed into a positive one and it never wavered from that point. An extremely positive, vibrant, motivating and uplifting day.

Thank you so much for presenting your fabulous message to our girls today. They take so much out of your message and it continues to resonate with them for years to come. It is always a pleasure to work with you.

I just think the facilitators make this program what it is. Storm is so great at captivating a room and is able to use her many strengths to bring a valuable and lasting message to young girls. The team has a way of connecting with a diverse range of girls. They make adjustments to cater for the students they present to and although professional, connect on a personal level. I can’t speak highly enough of this program and the facilitators.

The program was PHENOMENAL!!! The girls immediately engaged with Storm and Lou. Each of the sessions targeted key issues that our girls are facing. We will definitely be getting Enlighten Education back in the future. This program is life-changing for these girls. It allows them to face real issues in a relaxed environment. Cannot wait for another program!

Fabulous program run by a very positive host presenter. Storm’s manner with the girls was excellent-respectful, kind, gentle and engaging. Empowering course that gives them tools on how to handle the issues in life that cause distraction and anxiety for them.

This was an excellent day with the girls talking about it all the next day, teachers saying how good it was, as well as parents phoning to commend the school on having such an afternoon. Well done!

Thank you Storm and your team for yesterday. I had been looking forward to witnessing an Enlighten presentation for some time, since reading and hearing such positive things about the organization and you did not disappoint! I hope that we will see you again here at BGGS and that yesterday was the first of many stimulating conversations we might have around such important issues.

Each girl was made to feel special and valued. Messages were empowering and activities were engaging and fun. Storm and Louise were so professional and so in-tune with the issues, challenges and problems faced by these yr 9 girls.

The programme targets issues that are acutely relevant to today’s teenage girls and is delivered with infectious warmth and enthusiasm. A failure to address the issues raised might validly be seen as a failure to fulfil our duty to educating teenage girls. The students responded with keen interest and enjoyment and have taken away valuable life lessons.

We're proud to work at these schools.

Queensland Schools

  • Beaudesert State High School
  • Bowen State High School
  • Brigidine College
  • Brisbane Girls Grammar School
  • Cannon Hill Anglican College
  • Centenary State High School
  • Clairvaux Mackillop College
  • Clifton State High School
  • Clontarf Beach State High School
  • Downlands College, Toowoomba
  • Glenala State High School
  • Good Shepherd Catholic College, Mt Isa
  • Hillcrest Anglican College
  • Ipswich Girls Grammar School
  • Ipswich State High School
  • Kingaroy State High School
  • Longreach State High School
  • Longreach State School
  • Loreto College
  • Manly State School
  • Matthew Flinders Anglican College
  • Moreton Bay College
  • Mt Alvernia College
  • Murgon State High School
  • Nanango State High School
  • Noosa District State High School
  • Ormiston College
  • Our Lady’s College, Annerley
  • Our Lady’s School, Longreach
  • Proston State High School
  • San Sisto College
  • Siena Catholic College
  • Silkwood School
  • Spinifex State College, Mt Isa
  • Springfield Anglican College
  • St Aidan’s Anglican College
  • St Hilda’s School
  • St John’s Anglican College
  • St John’s Anglican College, Primary Campus
  • St John’s Lutheran School, Kingaroy
  • St Joseph’s, Toowoomba
  • St Mary’s, Kingaroy
  • St Mary’s College, Ipswich
  • St Patrick’s College, Townsville
  • Stuartholme School
  • The Cathedral School, Townsville
  • The Glennie School
  • The Lakes College
  • The Smith Family (Learning for Life Programme)
  • Toowoomba State High School
  • Western Cape College, Weipa
  • Woodridge North State School