Faculty Diversity and Inclusion Committee
The Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Diversity and Inclusion Committee acknowledge the Wurundjeri People as the Traditional Owners of the land on which the Parkville Campus stands. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, and the Aboriginal Elders of other communities
The Faculty Diversity and Inclusion Committee (FDIC) for the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, oversees the management and communication of diversity and inclusion matters on the Parkville campus.
Please see below the members of the Faculty Diversity and Inclusion Committee as of 27 January 2022.
|Marian Costello||Faculty Manager / Chair|
|Alastair Thomas||Senior Student Experience Officer / Secretary|
|Betty Exintaris||Athena Swan Delegate|
|Vivienne Mak||Monash Intercultural Lab Reference Group Representative|
|Sabatino Ventura||Academic Representative|
|Timothy Bryce||Academic Services Representative|
|Andrew Fitzpatrick||Counselling and Mental Health Programs (Parkville)|
|Sarah Busscher||HR Representative|
|Elizabeth Stock||OHS&E Representative|
|Nilushi Karunaratne||Early Career Researcher Representative|
|Ghizal Siddiqui||Her Research Matters Representative|
|Natalie Fisher / Carmen Acosta||Respectful Communities Representative|
|TBA||William Cooper Institute Representative|
|Matt Salas||Disability Support Services Representative|
|Tara Willersdorf||Access Monash Representative|
|Mia Curigliano||MPSU Welfare / Diversity Officer|
|Ting Fu||PPA Wellbeing, Diversity, Inclusion Officer|
|Vanessa Wahome||Monash Parkville Student Union President's nominee|
|Narges Mahdavian||Parkville Postgraduate Association President|
|Gayoung Kwon||Parkville International Student Association President|
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Diversity and Inclusion Network at Monash University
Access Monash - leads the university's broad strategy to improve access, inclusion, and success in higher education for students from under-represented communities.
William Cooper Institute – oversees the development of targeted strategies to increase the participation of Indigenous students across the country, in particular, graduate students and those from regional areas.
Disability Support Services - promotes access and equity for students who have a disability, ongoing medical or mental health condition.
Respectful Communities - works for an inclusive and equal Monash community that respects and celebrates diversity – a Monash community free from discrimination, harassment, and violence. Programs include Respect.Now.Always and the Ally Network.