Addison Road Community Organisation is a small team with a big impact – across human rights, arts & culture, sustainability and management of 3.5 ha of heritage Crown Land.

As well as our core personnel, contractors, grounds crew, interns and dozens of volunteers work with us to create positive change in our community.

For general enquiries, email us at To speak to one of our team call 02 9569 7633.

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Rosanna Barbero

Chief Executive Officer

Rosanna Barbero describes herself as a realistic optimist. She’s worked in community development for 30 years and believes each of us has a vital part to play in building a just world to live in. 

Rosanna is used to working in poor communities around the globe, but believes being poor in a rich country is one of the most stigmatising. Through Addi Road, she hopes to bring a sense of power to those who feel powerless and to establish a strong sense of community.

Gurwinder Kaur

Office and Venues Manager, PA to the CEO

Gurwinder manages our office, grounds crew, our venue hire and events staging. With a Masters in Political Science and Criminology, since joining us in 2015, she has ensured every day runs smoothly.

When she’s not in the office, Gurwinder can be found in the gym working on her muscles.

Susan Conyers

Volunteer Coordinator

Susan has managed our hundreds of volunteers since 2020, having joined initially as a Living Museum volunteer.

Susan’s background is in private sector admin and executive search. Susan finds her role creating positive impact for the community at Addi Road highly rewarding.

In her spare time, Susan has a passion for gardening and wildlife travel.


Damien Moore

Food Justice Program:
Relief Hub and Pantries Manager

Damien has over two decades experience in food service management across multiple industries.

Originally joining Addi Road as a volunteer, in 2018 Damien became manager of our Food Relief services the Addi Road Food Pantry and Emergency Food Relief Hub in Marrickville and our Addi Road Food Pantry in Camperdown.

When he’s not at work, Damien enjoys cooking. 

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Katie Scarf

Food Justice Program:
Food Pantry Camperdown Team Leader

Katie originally joined Addi Road as a volunteer in 2020 and loved the sense of community and camaraderie. In 2021 she became Team Leader at our Food Pantry in Camperdown. She loves finding creative solutions to minimise food waste.

In her free time, Katie likes reading and spending time with her dog Dusty.


Dulce Muñoz

Outreach Coordinator

Dulce is an advocate and activist for refugees and was awarded the City of Sydney Humanitarian Award in 2018. Dulce strongly believes in the power of community as an agent of change.

At Addi Road, Dulce works with schools to engage students with the work we do at Addi Road.

Mike Hayes

Operations and Finance Manager

Mike manages our capital works projects, P&L accountability,  infrastructure maintenance, and cost recovery initiatives. Before joining Addi Road in 2012, Mike gained diplomas in Digital Media and Accounting, and worked in the building and non-for-profit sectors.

In his spare time, you can find Mike surfing or with family and friends.

Vanessa James

Arts & Culture program: Gallery & Living Museums Coordinator

Vanessa manages our Stirrup Gallery and major annual events, such as our Artists of Addi Road art exhibition and our Public Schools Arts Festival. 

Vanessa is also author of our history book Ten Ordinary Men: The Anzacs of Addi Road


Board of Directors

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Kween G Kibone, Chair

Certificate Business Administration, TAFE
Certificate II Music Industry, TAFE
TV & Radio Presenter, NIDA

Kween G is a cultural leader, emerging Afro-Australian icon, hip hop artist, MC, community advocate and curator. With formidable commitment to her own artistry and support of emerging artists Kween G is described as “consciousness-raising”. She is a versatile performer across live music, as a member of AfromBollo band, and theatre.

Kween G is a cross-cultural communicator and facilitator and, for over 15 years, has worked as a producer/presenter and qualified community radio trainer.

In 2021, Kween G and Lady Lash released a powerhouse track ‘Love for my Sisters’, which inspired the name for The Australian Women in Music Awards (AWMA) inaugural First Nations Women’s Hip Hop Showcase. Last year Kween G created an introspective work Sensible Rebel EP that speaks to our time.

Kween joined our Board in 2020.

Dina Petrakis

Bachelor of Arts, University of Sydney
Dip of Education, University of Sydney
Masters of Education, University of Western Sydney

Dina has worked in social justice, educational and aid programs in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. She improved educational standards for corrective institutions at the NSW Department of Corrective Services and Solomon Island Prison Service. She co-authored ‘Literacy in Correctional Institutions’ and ‘Literacy in Transition’. Dina was the IGNITE Global Manager for Settlement Services International and developed their Small Business Start-up program.

Dina is currently the CEO of Ethnic Community Services Co-operative (ECSC) and joined our Board in 2020.

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Juliana Jamaluddin

Bachelor of Science, UNSW
Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery, UNSW

Juliana is a medical practitioner, working as a medical registrar, and ward CMO in NSW, Queensland, the ACT and Tasmania. She has also performed in a variety of teaching and research positions.

Juliana has facilitated presentations on community issues, including the alienation of Australian Muslim women and the impact of drugs, alcohol and sexual health.

Juliana joined the Board in 2020.

Sanushka Mudaliar

Master of Science (International Migration and Public Policy), London School of Economics and Political Science
Bachelor of Laws, University of Sydney
Bachelor of Arts (Government and Public Administration), University of Sydney

Sanushka is the Director of the Red Cross Red Crescent Global Migration Lab.

Sanushka joined our Board in 2022.

Tu Le

Bachelor of Commerce and Law, Macquarie University
Admitted as a lawyer in NSW in 2016

Tu is a community worker, advocate and organiser who has worked across both corporate and non-for-profit sectors. She currently works in the community legal sector assisting victim-survivors of domestic and family violence and coordinating capacity-building and community legal education programs.

Tu has experience working with youth, migrants and refugee communities and co-founded a youth-led organisation based in South-West Sydney. She is an advocate for greater diversity and justice in Australian society and politics.

Tu joined the Board in 2022.

Sean O‘Connell

Bachelor of Science Architecture, University of Sydney
Masters Commerce, UNSW

AICD graduate

Sean is currently CEO of the NSW Rural Assistance Authority (RAA), providing strategic direction and leadership to deliver financial assistance schemes to NSW primary producers. Sean’s background is in the government, corporate and not-for-profit sectors. He has previously worked as Chief of Staff to a NSW Cabinet Minister and Public Affairs Manager for Surf Life Saving Australia.

Sean joined our Board in 2020.

Jane Oakeshott

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws, University of Sydney
Diploma of Education (MU)
AICD Graduate

Jane’s career has spanned the practice of law (both criminal and civil), teaching and management in higher education and executive search. As a solicitor, Jane worked in litigation for the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions and the former State Authorities Superannuation and Investment Management Corporation.

Jane worked at the University of Sydney, initially as a tutor in business law, but more recently in senior roles including Director Government Relations; Chief of Staff to the Vice-Chancellor; Executive Director External Engagement; and Director Advisory and Engagement in University Infrastructure. In 2022, Jane has worked remotely for Southern Cross University as Deputy Director in the Vice Chancellor’s Office.

Jane has been a Board member of SydneyTalent and The Women’s College Council. She was also a member the Law Extension Committee, the governing committee for the University of Sydney’s role in teaching the NSW Supreme Court’s Legal Practitioner’s Admission Board course.

Jane joined our Board in 2022. 

Addi Road programs & initiatives

Working with the community, Addi Road elevates human rights, arts & culture and sustainability.