ADCSA Ambassadors

Join Our Esteemed Ambassador Program: Shape Australia’s Story!

Are you passionate about making a lasting impact? Become an Australia Day Ambassador and champion our nation’s rich heritage, diversity, and community spirit. As an ambassador, you’ll have the unique opportunity to engage with communities, schools, and organizations across South Australia.

Your role extends beyond the festivities of Australia Day—throughout the year, you’ll inspire, connect, and celebrate alongside fellow Australians. Whether it’s delivering speeches, participating in events, or fostering civic pride, your influence matters.

Join us in shaping Australia’s narrative. Learn more about our ambassador program by contacting us today!

Interested in becoming an ambassador?

send us a message and we would be happy to help with your enquiry.

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Meet our Ambassadors

Gill Golding

South Australian Citizen of the Year 2024

Gill is an inspirational leader who feels the pulse of her community in Hackham West and the hardship it faces as a low socio-economic area ranking in the top 3 percentile of disadvantaged suburbs nationally, with significant levels of disadvantage across a myriad of social indicators.

Glyn Scott

Founder, Love Hope & Gratitude Foundation, 2024 SA Senior Australian Of The Year Nominee

Glyn Scott survived years of violence and sexual abuse – first as a child and later in her first marriage. In 2006, Glyn gave evidence to the Children in State Care Commission of Inquiry about her childhood experience of sexual abuse.

Alexandra Seal

Young Citizen of the Year 2024

Alexandra is a dedicated and passionate advocate for social justice, community service and environmental sustainability, demonstrating active citizenship and enhancement of community life through various platforms, both within and without her school.

Kylan Beech

Young Citizen of the Year 2024

Just before Kylan Beech’s 14th birthday, he lost his mother, Tammy, to cancer. Rather than focusing on his grief, Kylan became determined to help ensure others would not have to experience the same tragedy.

Stella Braund

Mental Health and Social Justice Advocate and nominee for South Australian of the Year 2024

Stella Braund uses her lived experience of childhood domestic violence and sexual assault -at home and in institutional settings – to improve people’s lives.

Nasir Hussain

Diversity Advocate & President of Muslim Australian Connections of South Australia

Since migrating to Australia in 2006, Nasir has devoted himself to building bridges between Muslims and the wider Australian society.