Intersectional advocate, Violence Prevention, Disability and LGBTIQA+ consultant, Lived Experience speaker
Tess Moodie (pronouns they/them) is a proud non-binary queer neurodivergent Palawa person with multiple forms of disability, who is also a carer/parent of multiple family members with a disability. Tess is a victim-survivor of multiple forms of gender-based violence across their lifespan and is a passionate advocate platforming lived-experiences voices for the prevention of family, domestic and sexual violence. They work as a Project Coordinator for the Advocates for Change Program at Engender Equality in Lutruwita (Tasmania) and for Safe & Equal (Victoria). Tess is also a member of multiple advisory groups. Tess loves spending their spare time loves spending time with family and venturing on country into the forest of Lutruwita (Tasmania) with their sausage dog, Luna.