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Chanel Trezise

Chanel is studying International Relations and Media at the University of Adelaide. She is a current General Councillor on the Adelaide University’s Student Representative Council and has previously interned with Tammy Franks (Greens MP in the Legislative Council). Chanel is also a current editor for On Dit (The University of Adelaide’s student magazine) and is eager to pursue a career in Journalism.

Chanel is passionate about intersectional feminism, workers’ rights, abolition, anti-racism, women’s rights and the decriminalisation of drugs. Further, her hobbies include poetry, baking, podcast and music-listening, dancing, hiking and gardening.

Tahlia Giblett

Tahlia is in her final year of a Bachelor of International Relations and Political Science and a Bachelor of Arts at Flinders University. She majors in Women’s and Gender Studies and minors in History.

She has a passion for social justice, politics, and intersectional feminism, which has led her to volunteer at the WWC. She wishes to complete postgraduate studies in Gender Studies or International Development, and to pursue a career in women’s and LGBTI+ advocacy and policy, specifically focused on community driven institutional and social change.

Outside of studying and working in retail, Tahlia likes to read fantasy books, bake sweet treats, and has dreams of traveling someday soon

Grainne Ni Chonaill

Grainne is a first-year student at Flinders University studying Law and Legal Practice combined with Arts (majoring in Politics).

She is passionate about the environment and preservation of native bush land, having volunteered with multiple Landcare groups around SA for over a decade. She aspires to work in the human rights advocacy field in order to uplift women’s voices impacted by intersections of disadvantage particularly  members of the LGBTIQ, neurodiverse and culturally/linguistically diverse communities.

She hopes to continue research into the impacts of colonialism on minority languages/culture in her future honours project, after her smaller research project comparing Te Reo Māori and Gaeilge. In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering as a martial arts instructor, travel and chilling with her cat Pangur.

Manasvi Muthukrishnan

Manasvi is an international student pursuing her Masters of Applied Economics at the university of Adelaide. 

She arrived in Adelaide in 2020 and found the Working Women’s Centre on a happy accident, and has been volunteering here since October, 2020 on the young women’s advocacy project, among other things. She also works at the Centre as a junior client services officer on a casual basis (wearing the headset at reception makes her feel powerful). 

She finds a hard time managing her barrage of interests which include but are not limited to – music and creative arts, advocating for international students’ well-being & workplace rights, de-stigmatising mental health matters, cooking south Indian delicacies & avatar the last airbender. 

Manasvi Muthukrishnan Working Womens centre volunteer

Flo Martin

Flo is a Social Sciences graduate and they majored in Sociology at the University of Adelaide. They are currently completing honours in Criminology at Flinders University, conducting critical queer research.

They are passionate about prison abolition and the liberation of criminalised communities.

Their other great passions in life are horror movies and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.  

Flo Martin Working womens centre volunteer

Mahya Panahkhahi

Mahya is studying a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Economics at the University of Adelaide.  

She has a passion for helping people and striving towards gender equality, which has led to her volunteering at the WWC. She also deeply cares about equal rights for refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants. 

Mahya is the Vice President of the University of Adelaide’s Economics Club and a Committee Member on the Women in Economics Network SA. She also works as a Research Assistant and a Library Assistant at the University of Adelaide, and is a part-time Law Clerk, with a focus on Employment and Industrial Law. 

In her spare time, Mahya likes to read books, go hiking, and take care of her indoor plants. 

Mahya Panahkhahi Working Women Centre Volunteer

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