Daizy is passionate about youth leadership, startups and empowering South Asian women. She was a delegate for the Australia India Youth Dialogue, currently leads the start-up program at Deakin University – SPARK Deakin and has served as the youngest Director for Australia’s largest Community Bank network (NSX:CSH) from 21 -26. In 2020 she was listed on Asian Woman Festival’s Power List amongst women across the world making a difference. She’s Punjabi Australian and based in Melbourne, Australia.
Co-founder & Program Manager
Sehar Gupta is passionate about women’s rights and youth leadership and has served as the Cambodia Programs Director at Oaktree. She has a Masters in Development Studies from the University of Melbourne and volunteers with Bold Punjab. She’s committed to women’s empowerment and ensuring that South Asian women in Australia are heard and valued. In her spare time she enjoys listening to true crime.
Rumali was raised in United Arab Emirates and moved to Australia in 2016. She’s completed a Bachelors of Arts, majoring in Media Communications and recently completed a Masters of Education from Monash University. She works as an Engagement Manager at Monash University where she works on initiatives to prevent sexual harm and foster safer and inclusive communities for everyone. Rumali joined ASAC so she could “invest my time in getting to know our community and building connections to mobilise our collective strength.”
A Brit South Asian, currently residing in Melbourne, Reshma has worked as a marketing and communications adviser in government and arts sectors, as well as Film/TV production, and publishing/media, including as UK Assistant Editor for Brown Girl Magazine, and writing for diverse publications like cultural platform Reform the Funk. She’s also a member of the UK-based SAFTAC (South Asians in Film, TV & Arts Collective) which champions diversity & visibility on screen.