Nikki is employed at Multicultural Development Association (MDA) and takes on the role of Social Inclusion Activities and Settlement Lifeskills Coodinator. MDA’s core work is the settlement of refugees and asylum seekers and Nikki runs several different programs and activities.
Nikki (pictured on left) has been working at MDA since early 2010 and been working in the area of refugee settlement for 8 years. She is well known to be passionate about her work, a trait that was crucial to the development of Healthy Start. Her fabulous ideas are ingrained into our program and are the reason we are able to connect so closely with our clients. We are very grateful for her support and guidance and we look forward to working alongside her and making a real difference in communities that need it most.
Dr. Margaret Kay
Dr. Margaret Kay is the Senior Lecturer with the Discipline of General Practice at the University of Queensland. She has a prolific career as an academic and GP specialist and has been deeply involved with Healthy Start since its inception. She has provided us with knowledgeable guidance and information for the development of the program.
Dr. Kay is also involved in the training of student volunteers during our training workshops. Her endorsement of Healthy Start has been invaluable and we appreciate the time she has given to us. She embodies the health professional which we should all aspire to be, a caring global citizen who works passionately for the community she serves.