Brenda Gaddi (she/her) is a proud Kayumanggi (brown-skinned) woman living on unceded land of the Wallumattagal clan of the Darug nation. She is a second-generation migrant/settler born, raised, and educated in Manila Philippines.
Brenda has a track record of building female-focused communities and championing female voices for over a decade now. She established one of the first community platforms in Australia where female content creators were fairly remunerated for their work and time.
She got involved in the not-for-profit space in 2015. She is passionate about social & economic justice, racial & gender equality, and intersectional feminism.
She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations. She is currently completing her Masters of Public and Social Policy at Macquarie University.
The freedom rallies that took place across the country, but primarily in Sydney and Melbourne, this past weekend are prime examples of the danger of conflating discomfort and real oppression. The rally was part of ...