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.

Committee members

Please see below the members of the Faculty Diversity and Inclusion Committee as of 30 August 2022.

Marian CostelloFaculty Manager / Chair
Alastair ThomasSenior Student Experience Officer / Secretary
Betty ExintarisAthena Swan Delegate
TBAMonash Intercultural Lab Reference Group Representative
Sabatino VenturaAcademic Representative
Timothy BryceAcademic Services Representative
Andrew FitzpatrickCounselling and Mental Health Programs (Parkville)
Irma KajanHR Representative
Elizabeth StockOHS&E Representative
Nilushi KarunaratneEarly Career Researcher Representative
Ghizal SiddiquiHer Research Matters Representative
Natalie Fisher /  Carmen AcostaRespectful Communities Representative
Jamil TyeWilliam Cooper Institute Representative
Michelle WoodsDisability Support Services Representative
Alana HarriesAccess Monash Representative
Mia CuriglianoMPSU Welfare / Diversity Officer
Ting FuPPA Wellbeing, Diversity, Inclusion Officer
Vanessa WahomeMonash Parkville Student Union President's nominee
Narges MahdavianParkville Postgraduate Association President
Gayoung KwonParkville International Student Association President

Contact FDIC

If you would like to get in contact please send us an email at: pharmacy.info@monash.edu.

Useful Links:

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.