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Isabel Lo has worked as a journalist for over a decade. She was part of the fledgling team that launched ABC News 24, Australia's first free-to-air news network. She later went to work at CNN International in London on shows including 'Quest Means Business,' 'News Stream' and 'Connect the World.' More recently, she was the Editor of Opinion and Commissioning at Mamamia. When she is not devoting time to Media Diversity Australia, Isabel alternates her days between raising two children and actively avoiding clickbait.
Antoinette Lattouf is a multi award-winning journalist whose career spans television, radio and online. She's worked on a range of programs in both commercial and public broadcasting media including Ten Eyewitness News, Hack on triple j, Studio10, Insight and Media Watch. Antoinette is currently a senior journalist at the ABC and a journalism lecturer at Macleay College. She's a mother of two who enjoys cooking for her extended family.
Marc Fennell is a radio and tv presenter, film critic, award-winning technology journalist and author of two books. Marc co-hosts SBS TV's Walkley and Logie nominated current affairs programme 'The Feed'. He also presents the media and tech series 'Download This Show' for ABC Radio. Marc is best known to 3.1 million young Australians as 'That Movie Guy' on triple j radio. He has also worked with The BBC, Telstra, Showtime, Network Ten, ABC TV, Foxtel and Monocle. In a previous life Marc was a record label art director and - oh so briefly - a hand model.
Osman Faruqi is a writer and journalist from Sydney and is currently the News and Politics Editor at Junkee Media. He’s worked as a political advisor and has written for The Guardian, Fairfax, The Australian and the ABC. He currently serves on the board of FBi Radio and he is completely obsessed with hip-hop.
Ky Chow has worked in journalism for over a decade, after escaping from the corporate world. Starting at SBS Radio, he joined Sky News Business where he's 78% sure he was the first man of Chinese descent to be an Australian news reporter. Ky then ran an online video team at the Australian Financial Review. Since then he has reported for ABC Radio National Breakfast and freelanced as an MC, media trainer, video director and writer.
INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS OFFICER
Brooke is a Gamilaroi woman. She has done work with the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience, which seeks to improve education and employment outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and RECOGNISE, an Indigenous organisation campaigning for recognition in the constitution. Brooke is a journalist who has worked as a reporter at SBS, NITV and the ABC. She is currently Triple J's breakfast newsreader.