Meet Our Team

Bukjeh is focusing on working with diverse communities in order to bring together the best quality of work

Meet Our Talented Storytellers

Aseel Tayah

Artists and Facilitator

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture.

Rania Ahmed

Artists and Facilitator

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture.

Meena Shamaly

Artists and Facilitator

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture.

Jose Louis Alejandro

Artists and Facilitator

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture.

kush Kyui

Artists and Facilitator

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture.

Christen wageh

Artists and Facilitator

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture.

Nadine

Artists and Facilitator

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture.

Reidun Br.

Artists and Facilitator

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture.

Elsaleh saleh

Artists and Facilitator

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture.

Omar Salah

Artists and Facilitator

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture.

safa

Artists and Facilitator

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture.

camile

Artists and Facilitator

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture.

Our Advisory Group

Veronica Pardo

CEO of Multicultural Art Victoria. Through her work, she has led an ambitious agenda of social and artistic transformation for people with a disability and the communities in which they live. With a passion for social justice and equity, she has spearheaded campaigns relating to the inclusion of all people in arts and culture, as audiences and cultural innovators. Veronica has a successful history of employment at senior levels in the not for profit sector, with a major focus on policy and advocacy.

Eveyln Tadros

She is a barrister practicing primarily in commercial and public law. she founded and co-directed the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival and is currently Chair of the board.

Lidia Thorpe

She is a Gunnai-Gunditjmara woman Australian politician. She was the member for Northcote in the Victorian Legislative Assembly from 2017 to 2018 and is a member of the Victorian Greens.

Maria Dimopoulos

Maria Dimopoulos AM is a nationally and internationally recognised executive leader and expert on multicultural affairs. Maria has over 25 years of experience in cultural diversity, gender equity justice, and human rights.

Farida Fleming

Farida Fleming is an evaluator committed to supporting positive change and social justice. She has over 20 years of experience working with international donors, NGOs, and government departments to monitor programs and design and implement evaluations and evaluative systems.

Nathaniel Diong

Nathaniel is the CEO of Future Minds Network, delivering transformative programs in schools world-wide. With the future changing rapidly, today’s employers are demanding new entrepreneurial and 21st century skills. He’s taught 11,000 young people future skills, helped them build businesses and explore emerging industries. 2021 Young Australian of the Year finalist, he is also an international startup mentor, judge, and Giant in Residence at Blackbird – Australia’s leading venture capital firm. Nathaniel wears many different hats, as a TEDx speaker, guest lecturer in entrepreneurship, and ex-consultant.

Mohammed Yassin

Mohammed Yassin is a former refugee, arriving in Australia in 2003 and settling in Shepparton for two years before moving to Melbourne. He is a board member of the Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria and a former Commissioner on the Victorian Multicultural Commission. He has completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science with Honours from the University of Melbourne and worked as a cancer research scientist with the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.