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Sustainability, Fashion, and Finance Meet Livleen Kathpal

In today’s member highlight, we’re delighted to introduce Livleen Kathpal, a passionate member of the Australian South Asian Centre, a community of South Asian women and allies who are dedicated to creating positive change through entrepreneurship, creativity, and leadership.

Livleen is a risk manager in the superannuation and investments industry, with a passion for sustainability and fashion. She has built a sustainable fashion brand that upcycles sari fabrics, and she encourages people to donate their old clothes to see if they can be repurposed.  She recently launched a side hustle personal styling business to help women look and feel like the best version of themselves every day.

Despite her busy career and fashion endeavours, Livleen is also actively involved in community initiatives. She serves as the Chair of Full Circle Social Enterprises, a group that aims to provide education opportunities to India’s most underprivileged children. Through her work with Full Circle Social Enterprises, Livleen is making a difference in the lives of children who might not otherwise have access to education.

Livleen’s dedication to sustainability and social justice is admirable, and her leadership and entrepreneurial spirit are inspiring. As a member of the Australian South Asian Centre, Livleen embodies the values of the community, and she is a shining example of what can be achieved when women come together to create positive change. Her commitment to sustainability, fashion, and social justice is truly inspiring, and we are proud to have her as a member of our community.

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If you’re interested in learning more about Livleen and her work, check out her social media profiles. She can be found on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook, where she shares updates on her sustainability efforts, fashion projects, and community initiatives. We can all learn a thing or two from Livleen’s dedication and commitment to creating a better world for all.

Socials:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/livleen-singh/

www.instagram.com/kaur.kauture

https://www.facebook.com/kaurkauture

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When Netflix’s ‘Heeramandi’ made it’s big screen premiere in Melbourne last month, ASAC were invited along to witness the fun, grand, visual spectacle both on and off screen. Before even cities like New York and London, it was Melbourne that first got to taste the glamour and splendour of courtesan culture depicted in this special screening event of ‘Heeramandi’.
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