Chloe Kourakis appointed to the South Australian Multicultural Commission

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Chloe Kourakis has been appointed to the South Australian Multicultural Commission for a term of up to three years, from 1 July 2024 to 30 June 2027.

The South Australian Multicultural Commission plays an important role in raising awareness and understanding of multiculturalism and interculturalism in the state. It draws on the cultural diversity, skills and experience of its members to provide independent advice to the SA government on advancing multiculturalism in the state.

South Australia’s vibrant and culturally diverse society is being recognised with the launch of the first South Australian Multicultural Charter.
South Australia’s vibrant and culturally diverse society is being recognised with the launch of the first South Australian Multicultural Charter. Photo: File photo.
L to R: SAMEAC Chair Adriana Christopoulos, SA Premier Steven Marshall and Assistant Minister to the Premier, Jing Lee
L to R: SAMEAC Chair Adriana Christopoulos, SA Premier Steven Marshall and Assistant Minister to the Premier, Jing Lee.

Ms Kourakis is joined on the Commission by other new members including Ms Luisa Greco (Chair), Dr Mehmet Aslan, Ms Bernadette Belej, Ms Kimberly Goh, Mr Amarjit Grewal, Ms Ye (Becky) Houston, Ms Manju Khadka, Mr Rajendra Pandey, Mr Hussain Razaiat, Ms Irene Rowe, Ms Khuyen (Quin) Tran, Ms Thuyen Vi-Alternetti, and Mr Denis Yengi.

Ms Greco took over as Chair of the Commission from Adriana Christopoulos who decided to not reapply at the end of her term.

The newly appointed Commission Members are leaders in their respective fields and have specific expertise that will help engage, enable and enrich multiculturalism and interculturalism in our South Australian community.

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