Published 24 February 2023
I am Vietnamese, my family came to Australia as refugees following the Vietnam War. I have a passion for working with at-risk communities to improve access to services, I think because growing up my family had so many struggles.
I have worked in health promotion and community engagement for more than 10 years and the past four years have been here at Anti-Discrimination NSW.
I joined the organisation in 2019 because I have always chosen roles that are meaningful to me. Many countries don’t have a government service like this one, where you can actually resolve a discrimination issue and get real outcomes.
I manage a team of seven dedicated and talented communications and community engagement officers. I work with my team to engage with stakeholders for community engagement projects to raise awareness about our services and about the state’s anti-discrimination laws. We also have a website, newsletter and social media accounts and handle media enquiries.
I love my job, no two days are the same and we are always working on interesting projects.
One of the projects I'm working on at the moment is an activation at the Sydney WorldPride Human Rights Conference.
Anti-Discrimination NSW is part of the Australian Council of Human Rights Authorities (ACHRA), which comprises the state, territory and federal human rights and discrimination authorities. We have joined forces for the Human Rights Conference and are sharing a stand and activation space. If you are attending the conference, please come and say hello and learn more about the bodies across Australia who defend human rights and work to eliminate discrimination.
I love my team, that has to be the best part of my role. I enjoy working together on projects, and I learn from them all the time.
I do Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, which is sometimes hard because I also have a toddler! At the moment I’m enjoying learning takedowns and throws.
24 Feb 2023
We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the First Nations Peoples of NSW and pay our respects to Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the ongoing connection Aboriginal people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal people as the original custodians of this land.