The Hon Mark Speakman, SC MP
The Attorney General for NSW since January 2017, reappointed on 2 April 2019, adding the portfolio of Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence. Read more
Trish Doyle, MPTrish-Doyle
Trish Doyle MP is the NSW Shadow  minister for women and the prevention of domestic and family violence. Read more

Moo Baulch
Moo-BaulchMoo Baulch is the chief executive of Domestic Violence NSW, the state peak body for specialist domestic and family violence  services. Read more

Dixie Link-GordonDixieLinkDixie is a Gurang Gurang Woman. She was instrumental in the establishment of Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women’s Centre in Redfern NSW 1992. Read more

Caterina GiorgiCaterinaGiorgi-bioCaterina Giorgi is the Founder and Managing Director of For Purpose, and finalist of the 2015 ACT Young Woman of the Year Award. Read more

Grace Wong

Grace works as a lawyer and project manager at Anti-Slavery Australia and, with the Australian Red Cross, runs the NSW Forced Marriage Network. Read more

Ashlee Donohue

Ashlee Donohue is a powerful advocate, educator, author and proud Aboriginal woman from the Dunghutti nation, born and raised in Kempsey, New South Wales. Read more

Annabelle Daniel
AnnabelleDanielAnnabelle is the CEO of Women’s Community Shelters and has been a leader in the social sector for 20 years, with private, government and the community sector. Read more

Andrew JohnsonAndrewJohnsonAndrew Johnson has been the NSW Advocate for Children and Young People since January 2015. read more Lizette TwisletonLizetteTwisletonLizette Twisleton is NTV’s NSW Sector Development Coordinator. She has worked in the human/community services sector for 30 years. Read more Gina Rushton
Gina Rushton is a reporter at BuzzFeed News where she covers issues that affect Australian women, winning media exellence awards for her coverage of abortion access issues. Read more
Laura Vidal
Laura is a Social Worker and policy advocate with over 10 years experience supporting and advocating for those impacted by human trafficking, slavery and slavery-like practices. Read more
Dr Heather Nancarrow
Dr Nancarrow is the CEO is ANROWS.  She has held many state and national leadership roles in regard to policy on the prevention of violence against women. Read more
Katherine McKernon
Katherine is the Chief Executive of Homelessness NSW and been a member of the Homelessness Australia Board since 2016. Read more
Annaliese Constable

Annaliese is a writer, activist, performer, advocate and currently the Manager of Sexual, Domestic and Family Violence at ACON. She has LGBTIQ community for twenty years. Read more
Charmaigne Weldon
Charmaigne Weldon is a proud First Nation woman originating from the Wailwan/Kamilori Nation, dedicating 20 years of her career to the fight against Domestic and Family violence. Read more
Denele Crozier
Denele Crozier is the CEO of Women’s Health NSW with a 37 year history of working in community non-government services. Read more
Susan Farrar
Susan is the Client Services Manager for Twenty10, delivering a suite of services for young LGBTIQA+ people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Read more
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June is the Executive Officer of Kempsey Families Inc, a specialist support service, and has managed women’s refuges for over 20 years. Read more
Dr Michael Salter
Michael Salter is an Associate Professor, Scientia Fellow and criminologist at the University of New South Wales. Read more
Alex Davis
Alex Davis is a Senior Education Solicitor in Legal Aid NSW,  eith extensive experience assisting clients who have experienced technology-facilitated stalking and abuse. Read more
Katie Young
Katie Young is a Client Services Manager with Women’s and Girls’ Emergency Centre (WAGEC) and has 15 years in the homelessness sector. Read More
Dr Kelly Rhodes
Dr Rhodes is a Policy & Advocacy Manager for Youth Action NSW, and advocates to make systems and services better for young people. Read more
Kai Noonan
Kai is the Associate Director of Health Programming and Development for ACON, Australia’s largest LGBTIQ health organisation. Read more
Erin Gough
Erin Gough is the Policy Manager of the NSW Law Reform Commission and Sentencing Council Secretariat, and is managing the review of consent in relation to sexual offences. Read more
Dr Merrindahl Andrew
Dr Andrew is Program Manager of Australian Women Against Violence Alliance. She has worked as a researcher, editor, policy advocate and campaigner for women’s rights. Read more
Bronwyn Penrith
Bronwyn Penrith is Chairperson of Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women Centre; a Director of the Redfern Foundation Ltd and the senior director of Burbangana Group, a member of Supply Nation. Read more
Kathy Powell
Kathy is currently the Manager Delivery Partnerships, Domestic Violence Strategy, Department of Department of Communities and Justice. Read more
Monique WisemanMonique-Wiseman
Monique Wiseman is the senior aboriginal project officer at Homelessness NSW. Previously she was  the Aboriginal Program Manager at Wayside Chapel. Read more
Nicole Yade
Nicole took up the role of General Manager at Lou’s Place in September 2017. She is currently on the Board of DV NSW. Read more
Saxon Mullins
Saxon Mullins is a survivor and anti-violence advocate. Her story, “I am that girl”, shown on ABC’s Four Corners, was instrumental in the review of sexual consent laws in NSW. Read more
Dr Rachel Burgin
Dr Burgin’s research explores how affirmative consent has been adopted into rape law in Victoria and how the standard translates into legal practice in rape trials. Read more

Freya Higgins 

Freya co-ordinates the Building Access to Domestic and Family Violence Services project, which builds capacity in services across NSW to include and support women and children with disability who experience violence. Read more

Gemma Luckett

Gemma joined the Yfoundations team in 2018, bringing her experience in homelessness research after  6 years working at the Australian Bureau of Statistics, with a primary focus on housing and homelessness. Read more

Polly Seymour 

Polly Seymour has been an advocate for People With Disability Australia (PWDA) for over five years. She has a specialist interest in domestic and family violence as it affects people with disability. Read more