Honourable Senator and Assistant Minister for Science, Jobs and Innovation.India Australian Association Of Canberra Is truly Honoured To Have the Patronage Of Senator Zed Seslza. a very Vital Role in the vibrant multicultural Indian Community In Canberra. Zed is a Keep Watch Ambassador with the Royal Lifesaving Society, an Ambassador for Focus ACT, Healthy Harold Life Education, Kulture Break, JDRF and Karinya House and a strong supporter of local charities including St Vincent de Paul.Zed has always been firmly focused on listening to the community and absolutely committed in providing the opportunity for everyone to meet their potential, no matter what their background. He believes that Government and the community have a fundamental duty to look after their most vulnerable citizens.
Deepak-Raj is a passionate advocate of the ACT’s multicultural community and has helped organise several popular multicultural programs each year in the annual National Multicultural Festival every year in the month of February. He has also represented the ACT in various international delegations to promote ACT products and services to overseas markets..
A proud mother and an Entrepreneur very well connected to Canberra society and Liberal MLA. Shadow Minister for Families, Youth and Community Services
Shadow Minister for Multicultural Affairs. She is an Advocate for any common concern that shapes of our life and Future of our city.
With qualifications in civil engineering, strategic policy development, organisational design, plus commercial experience in major event management, Neale started his career at Duntroon as a Cadet.
He Has been involved with the bank since mid-2010 and has brought a difference within the Canberra community
Shadow Assistant Minister for Cyber Security and Defence Personnel Gai Brodtmann is the Federal Member for Canberra, having been elected in 2010. She has extensive experience in the public, private and community sectors. Gai has represented Australia in India and has worked on a range of international and domestic issues, from Indigenous youth development and climate change to defence capability, tax and foreign policy.