Vickie Fair

Acting Aboriginal Team Leader, Senior Statewide Educator Aboriginal Programs

Vickie Fair is a Biripi Aboriginal woman and mother of six children with kinship cultural connections to Kamiliaroi, living and raising family on Tharawal and Gundungurra lands.

Vickie’s family and community have lived experienced of the Stolen Generations: Vickie’s mum, aunties and uncles were stolen from their cultural lands and taken off-Country to the Cootamundra Girls Home and Kinchela Boys Home – not a “Home” environment.

Vickie’s personal insight gives strength to Vickie’s commitment to taking a Human Rights lens to all aspects of her work – casework, research, clinical and therapeutic interventions, policy and legal advocacy.

Vickie is committed to improving access to sexual assault services for Aboriginal children, young people, adults and community. With over 20 years’ experience advocating for the community in which she lives, raises children and works, Vickie prioritises cultural safety, identifying strengths and assets for those impacted by racism, violence, sexual violence and human rights violations, whilst concurrently working to address systemic/ideological/professional/legal barriers.

Vickie holds a Bachelor of Social Work (UNSW), Bachelor of Laws (UNSW), and Graduate Certificate in Legal Practice (NSW College of Law).


Lois Newman

Aboriginal Programs Administrator and Coordinator

Working with ECAV since 2015, Lois Newman’s main focus is coordinating workshops including document management and providing support for the Aboriginal Family Health team. Lois provides high-level skills to ensure preparation is completed prior to program commencement.


Penn Molloy

Senior Statewide Educator Aboriginal Programs

Penn Molloy is a proud Wathaurong man living the last 20 years on Gadigal land after moving from Victoria.

Penn has worked in community for over forty years. After spending 20 years in nursing he moved into community services and specialised in the area of alcohol and other drugs in a number of positions ranging from Case Worker through to managing two men’s residential homelessness services. He is a passionate advocate for social justice and has facilitated “safe spaces” for LGBTIQ clients and Aboriginal clients at the WHOS therapeutic community: a residential rehab in the inner west.

Penn has also worked as a Health Manager with Justice Health to create safe exit plans for male and female clients being released from custody. Penn is a Senior Statewide Educator in the Aboriginal Men’s Portfolio.

Corey AndersonCorey Anderson

Tackling Violence Project Coordinator.

Corey is a proud Wiradjuri man living on Gadigal land for his whole life; growing up in the Waterloo area.

Corey has worked with young people in his community with NGO’s and NSW Health services. He also comes with a wealth of lived experiences through growing up dealing with not only his own trauma but the trauma of those around him. This has given him an understanding of the varying effects of trauma on different people.

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