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Our team

We are always looking for organisations to partner with us. We would love to hear from you if you believe your organisation can contribute.

Contact us through any of the channels below:

     Kevin Smith Office, Mirrabooka Hub,

21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka WA 6061

  (08) 9205 7394
  kaleidoscope@stirling.wa.gov.au

 

  @KaleidoscopeInitiative

  @kaleidoscope-initiative

  bit.ly/KaleidoscopeInitiative

Our Team

Ashleigh Brand, Project Leader – Kaleidoscope Initiative, City of Stirling

Ashleigh is a highly experienced project manager, facilitator, diversity and leadership trainer and coach.  She is committed to assisting workplaces to become more diverse.  She is also a social change-maker with a passion to help newcomers realise their full potential in Western Australia.

Ashleigh has more than 20 years’ experience working in communications, change management, organisational development, policy and technology.  She also has more than eight years’ experience running her own business, consulting and project managing.  She is an accredited coach and has skills and experience in leadership development, human resources, project management, business process improvement and policy development.

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Nirmal Singh, Project Officer – Kaleidoscope Initiative, City of Stirling

Nirmal is an experienced management professional with extensive exposure in Civil Engineering, Compliance Management and Contract Management.

Nirmal has a Master’s degree in Project Management from Curtin University and Bachelor of Engineering from Delhi Technological University.

 

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Cema Santos, Mentoring Coach, Metropolitan Migrant Resource Centre

Cema believes in giving back and making a difference in people’s life. She is the founder of My Mind Master and Immigrant Business Networking Association which are all about giving back to the community and helping others to be successful in their personal lives and businesses.

Her mission is to provide the best cross-cultural emotional support and business education to multicultural individuals seeking to establish themselves in their new land.

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Rebecca Hall, Acting Leader Community Connections & Learning

Rebecca is a highly motivated Community Development practitioner specialising in cultural diversity and inclusion as well as strategic Community Development. She has a passion for elevating the profile of Community Development practitioners and promoting the professional principles of Community Development, particularly in terms of consultation and evaluation.

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Krishna Karangiya Krishna Karangiya, Rangoli Project Officer

Krishna has 10+ years’ experience in the education industry and quality and quantity research.  Krishna is actively contributing to research projects in collaboration with universities in Australia and India.  She worked as a Language Trainer with local and international organisations.  Krishna is keen to contribute to building solution-based strategies on migrant settlement resulting in workforce engagement to boost the economic benefits of diversity in Australia.  She holds a PhD in English Literature, a Masters in English Literature, Bachelor in Education and Bachelor in the English Language.

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Carley Robbins, Cultural Development Officer, City of Canning

Carley is an experienced community worker with a Bachelors in Health Science, following best practice Health Promotion Principles to support community to make healthy lifestyle choices. Carley is passionate about supporting communities to thrive and providing opportunities to do so.  Most recently Carley has undertaken Community and Cultural Development for the City of Canning.

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