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Kathryn has training in psychological research, and worked in counselling for a number of years. During 2011-2014, she served on the committee of Bisexual Alliance Victoria and ran education sessions on bisexuality, and joined Transgender Victoria's training team in 2014.
Kathryn’s passion is ensuring that people are supported to be the best they can be. This passion informs her work, including the upskilling allies and professionals to support people who are LGBTIQA+.
Sally’s over twenty years involvement in Victoria’s LGBTIQA+ communities includes Transgender Victoria, co-facilitating Transfamily, presenting 3 CR’s “Out of the Pan” and as Bisexual Alliance Victoria Treasurer.
She was awarded an Order of Australia in 2019, is a life member of 4 organisations, the 2015 LGBTI Victorian of the year and joined the Victorian Women’s Honour Roll in 2016.
Archie is a queer, non-binary, advocate and speaker with 10+ years experience working in the LGBTIQA+ sector. In addition to providing LGBTIQA+ inclusivity training with TGV, Archie is the co-founder and co-CEO of Queer Town, an online hub of Australian LGBTIQA+ digital media.
Archie has worked with schools and organisations across each state and territory and has led the development of LGBTIQA+ advisory boards and support groups in a number of Victorian institutions, including Melbourne Museum, the Immigration Museum, Scienceworks and Melbourne High School.
Brenda retired in 2009 after 35 years working in the corporate sector and is now heavily involved volunteering with a wide range of community groups, including the LGBTI communities in Melbourne (more than 20 years).
She is the Chair of TGV and is passionate about using her lived experience in an effort to improve the health and wellbeing of trans and gender diverse people across Victoria, with a focus on mental health and homelessness. Brenda was awarded an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in the 2019 Australia Day Honours.