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Sasha Sarago

A former model, Sasha Sarago, grew frustrated by the invisibility of multicultural women in fashion and media. In 2011, Sasha founded Ascension — Australia’s first digital lifestyle platform for women of colour. As a speaker, Sasha raises awareness around culture, diversity and equity in the business, media and lifestyle sectors. Sasha has appeared on NITV […]

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Nat’s what I Reckon

Content creator, comedian, rock musician, isolation cooking champion and mental health advocate Nat has been making videos as Nat’s What I Reckon for almost a decade, with his hilarious social commentary earning him a social media following of well over 2 million. With his love for taking the playful piss, Nat’s channel has provided him […]

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Keenan Mundine

Keenan Mundine is the Co-Founder and Ambassador for Deadly Connections but also leads our partnerships and marketing. Keenan is a proud First Nations man with connections to the Biripi Nation of NSW through his mother who is from Taree and ties to the Wakka Wakka Nation in Queensland through his Father who is from Cherbourg. […]

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Jess Scully

Jess Scully is a curator who uses creativity to build a sustainable and inclusive future. In 2019 she was elected as Deputy Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney. Jess has charted a unique career over twenty years; founding ground-breaking festival Vivid Ideas, Australia’s largest creative industries event; supporting emerging talent through projects such as […]

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Jamila Gordon

Jamila Gordon is CEO and Founder of Lumachain, a technology platform that uses Artificial Intelligence to connect the broken links in global food supply chains, while also helping keep workers safe. Jamila’s personal journey is remarkable. She started life in a tiny village in the hinterland of Somalia, where drought and hunger were ever-present threats. […]

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Hugh Mackay

Hugh Mackay is a social psychologist, researcher and bestselling author of 21 books, including What Makes Us Tick, The Good Life and Australia Reimagined. His latest non-fiction book is Hiding from Ourselves, published concurrently with his eighth novel, The Question of Love. He has had a 60-year career in social research, and was also a […]

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Reg Mombassa

Christopher O’Doherty, also know as Reg Mombassa is a New Zealand born Australian musician and artist. He is known for his membership in bands Mental as Anything, Dog Trumpet and The Pinks. He worked with Mambo Graphics designing t-shirts and posters since 1986 and exhibited paintings, drawings and prints at Watters Gallery from 1975 to […]

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Dominic Price

Born to Joy in the harsh Manchester Winter of 77, Dominic has a career that has reached far and wide through Europe, US and Asia PAC. Dom has responsibilities spanning 7 global R&D centres, and is the in house “Team Doctor” helping Atlassian scale by being ruthlessly efficient and effective, with one eye on the […]

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Angela Jay

Dr Angela Jay is the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Senior Registrar at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney and is a passionate advocate for women’s safety and reproductive justice.  Born and raised in California by Aussie parents, she relocated to Australia as a teenager to finish high school on the NSW Central Coast. Angela graduated with […]

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Mahmood Fazal

From biker gangs to prison, Mahmood Fazal is an Afghan-Australian writer on a mission to amplify the voices society refuses to hear. After abandoning his role as the sergeant-at-arms of the Mongols Motorcycle Club, Mahmood devoted his life to bare-knuckle stories that challenge our views on crime, violence, imprisonment and radicalisation. From biker gangs to […]

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