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JAX JACKI BROWN
DISABILITY AND LGBTI AGENT
SUSTAINABILITY EXPERT &
ADVOCATE FOR WOMEN IN SPORT
WRITER, DIRECTOR, AND PRODUCER
RACHEL MARIE COX
AURORA DIRECTOR, VIP
LIAISON AND BOOKINGS
DIRECTOR AT QUEERIOSITY PODCAST
FOUNDER & CEO OF GAY
GAME DEVELOPER/ WRITER
Jax is a disability and LGBTI consultant. She was
named one of the 25 LGBTI people to watch in
2015, and was a finalist in the 2015 Victorian
Disability Sector Awards.
Dianne sits on Boards of food sustainability
organisations. She is also one of 100 astronaut
candidates in the Mars One Mission, to establish
the first human settlement on Mars.
Cash is one of Australia’s finest and most unique
blues and rock singers; a charismatic and
intense performer with her explosive live band,
The Last Drinks.
Danielle has been working to promote women’s
sport since 2006. Danielle was recently awarded
the ‘Local Hero’ Legacy Award from the Federa-
tion of Gay Games
Kate has a global vision to create the healthiest
and happiest LGBTIQ community on the planet.
The PinkFitz motto is “Changing Lives One Gay
At A Time”.
Julie is the creator and producer of the interna-
tional hit multi-platform, award-winning, lesbian
drama, Starting From Now, which has has
amassed over 30 million views @JulieKalceff
Amy is the founding editor of Archer Magazine,
a UN-award-winning publication that presents
diverse perspectives on sexuality and gender.
Nicky joined the Board of The Aurora Group
where she significantly contributes to the phil-
anthropic success of the organisation.
Renee is the director at Queeriosity Podcasta
podcast that talks about everything you’ve ever
wondered about sex, sexuality and gender.
Cec is a past editor of LOTL and is currently the
news editor of SX magazine. She is a committee
member of the GLRL and a board member of
Michelle is the co-host and co-producer of JOY’s
Family Matters radio show, Michelle uses her
public profile to host seminars on LGBTI em-
ployment and work issues. @MishSheppard
Jerico is a digital journalist who is a proud
bi-identified wog. She regularly covers LGBTQIA
stories and adores the idea of queering pop
culture from the inside.
Dr Shirleene Robinson is National Spokesperson
for Australian Marriage Equality, the leading
national volunteer organization working for mar-
riage equality in Australia.
Sam is a non-binary activist and the head of
Ygender, a support and advocacy organisation
for transgender-diverse, young people.
Rachel is a non-binary, queer singer-songwriter.
She is the founder of Sad Grrrls Club, a record
label and booking agency aimed at promoting
gender diversity in the music industry.
Chloe is an activist for LGBTQIA rights , and
regularly gets herself in trouble for ruthlessly
disregarding the idea that women should be
seen and not heard.
Rebecca is the Founder and CEO of Gay Parents
Australia, which is the organisation behind the
LGBTQI parenting network, Pink Parents Hub.
Rebecca has two daughters. @rebeccaGPA
LadyHood has performed at many LGBTIQ
events around the world. She recently released
a very steamy, girl-on-girl music video for her
Alayna founded Queerly Represent Me, a data-
base detailing 450+ games that feature queer
representation. In this work, she amplifies queer
voices to the wider public
Rachel is a lecturer in early childhood education
Her research, how early childhood educators’
perceptions of gender influence children’s play,
has been published in an international journal.
Being a model has given her the ability to inspire
and encourage others to be themselves. She
also donates part of her earnings to help young
kids who are battling all kinds of diseases to
have access to up-to-date medical equipment.
Maxine worked as the Homosexual Information
Officer at Curtin University and was the second
employee to be recruited to the WA AIDS
Council which led her to do HIV/AIDs work in
the prison system .
Eliza produced and presented feminist radio
show Infinite X on 2ser and presents a segment
on 2ser Weekend Breakfast with Van Badham
called No Feminism Before 9.
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