Closing remarks & Conference highlights

Community Engagement, the critical dimensions of intersectionality

Time: 3:45pm – 3:55pm
Location: Governors Ballroom

About the presenters

Peter Doukas

Elected Chair in 2013 and re-elected in 2015 and 2019 Peter Doukas was the youngest ever Chair of the Ethnic Communities' Council of NSW. He also served as Secretary between 2009 and 2013 and presided over significant changes to the internal governance structure of the organisation. Mr Doukas is managing Director of law firm Denison Toyer, based in the Sydney CBD and operating mainly in commercial, administrative an estates law. He has worked in corporate governance since 2006 and has provided extensive advice to associations, and NGOs around compliance and governance. He is currently the Senior Deputy Chair of FECCA and serves on various other non-profit boards.

Camilla Wawi

Camilla Wawi has extensive experience working in community engagement, social planning policy and crime prevention through various roles at both a Local and State Government level.  Camilla is passionate about, and has worked with diverse and often marginalised communities, to increase their access to and participation in government programs and services that promote increased quality of life and participation in a safe and secure community.

Camilla is currently leading the Multicultural Policy and Engagement team that drive the Department’s Multicultural Plan, community engagement strategies and other multicultural policy work that represents internal and external voices of multicultural communities engaged across the Department.

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12 Oct 2022

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