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Be part of an ambitious network of South Asian creators, founders & professionals. A space for women & allies.
ASAC Activator
$10/month or $100/year
Seeking genuine connections with other ambitious South Asian women who are go-getters with a shared commitment to supporting one another? This option is for you! As an activator, you’ll be joining ASAC to build your network within the Australian South Asian community, unlock opportunities and find culturally-aligned community support.

This membership offering is exclusively designed for women.

Enjoy discounted access to events including festivals, performances, panel discussions, workshops and community social events.
Receive our regular monthly newsletter, sharing information on our upcoming events, workshops and opportunities to help you connect with one another and grow.
ASAC Advocate
ASAC Activator benefits plus
$20/month or $200/year
Includes ASAC Activator benefits 
If you’re looking to grow in advocacy and leadership, with the support and endorsement of ambitious Australian South Asian women who are go-getters with a shared commitment to supporting one another, this option is for you! 

This membership offering is exclusively designed for women.

Lead community conversations on sidelined yet incredibly important topics such as empowerment, entrepreneurship, creativity, community, identity, culture and many more by working alongside the ASAC committee.
Get featured on ASAC’s digital platforms. We will profile you and amplify the work that you do, leverage our networks to endorse you and your mission, and seek opportunities to showcase the brilliant yet under-represented work you are doing.
Access our exclusive member portal with the added benefit of a personalised introduction to values-aligned individuals, friends of ASAC and organisations that can help you take the next steps in your career or business venture.
Request to be nominated for local, national and internal awards that align with our mission of uplifting South Asian Women. We want to see our members recognised and appreciated for their contributions, which is why if you need a friend/organisation to nominate you, we’ll be there for you*. 

*This member benefit is subject to consideration and will be delivered at the  discretion of the committee

Custom / Monthly
Help us amplify South Asian women across Australia across all of our initatives.
Tax Deductible Donation, as ASAC is a registered charity under ACNC this donation is considered tax deductable
Ally Membership (NEW)
$25/month or $200/year
Be involved in events that are open to allies, this membership is open to all genders who want to give back and be invited to specific events
Special access to events to partner events and services including festivals, performances and workshops.
Collaborate with us and strengthen our community with your own talent or organisation by partnering for programs and events (when the opportunity arises)
Hi I’m Daizy

We founded Australian South Asian Centre to create a progressive community of creatives, professionals and founders in Australia. It’s a community for ambitious women and allies, who are committed to making a difference and succeeding. A a space where we can connect, learn, and thrive together.  For too long ‘diversity’ has been talked about, it’s about time we take action. Together we can be a powerful force to make change and create the environment that enables our generation and future generations to thrive.

We would love for you to become a member and join us on the journey to empowering South Asian women in Australia.

Lisa Singh
Hon. Lisa Singh
Former Senator, Advocate & Humanitarian

I am so impressed by the advocacy of the Australian South Asian Centre – it just shows how much difference you can make with a little effort and dedication and the impact we all can make. Embracing and celebrating our differences as strengths in a free society is certainly a hallmark of all your achievements in this South Asian Heritage month

Swati Vats
Swathi Vats

Coming out of a tough year of being in lockdown (and that too- stranded from home) I was finding it challenging to resume my efforts of building myself as an illustrator. Even though we were supposedly “getting back to the things we loved”, I was feeling majorly distant from my communities. When I signed up for a table at the Soul House Festival Launch as an illustrator, I was just glad to be in the scene again really and didn’t think too hard about how different it might be from my other experiences at art markets in Melbourne/Sydney. What I actually ended up experiencing was a flood of support and a warm welcome into a lovely community. I got to witness such wonderful performances and meet fellow South Asians in the arts that would just “get it”.I can’t wait to see what the community behind it comes up with next! 

Sneha Lees
Sneha Lees
Author of Good Indian Daughter

Not only does ASAC work hard to support South Asian women in Australia, to connect them with one another and to elevate their voices  thereby injecting more diversity into any conversation dominated by the white mainstream; but from what I’ve been seeing, they seem to be cultivating and promoting a culture of honesty and authenticity from the get-go. If you attend an ASAC panel event or interview, you are likely to hear the un-sugar-coated reality of people’s stories, you’ll get the real deal and you’ll hopefully feel less alone in struggles that are infrequently discussed in an open forum. I know I did. Such truth-telling is inspiring, uplifting and empowering.

leah ed
Leah Vandenberg
Actress, Writer & Voice Artist

As an Indian/Australian actor and writer, I felt incredibly moved when I learned I was one of five “Stellar South Asian Women” selected by ASAC. This recognition arrived on a difficult day when I was going into ‘battle’ yet again on matters of inclusion and visibility as a South Asian woman in the Australian screen industry.  The unwavering support of the brilliant women at ASAC infuse me with a strength to stay upright, strong and creative. ASAC has created a much-needed space where South Asian women can hold space for each other and celebrate each other’s achievements like there is no tomorrow.  It’s a privilege to be part of this fierce, nurturing and ever-expanding sisterhood. Thank you ASAC.

Does this sound like you?
You’re longing to be part of a community of ambitious brown women who are focused on personal and professional development or you’re an
established professional with a wealth of experience and you want to be a part of a community that supports you
and you want to give back by investing in the upcoming generation of young South Asian women in Australia.
This is the place for you.