Our Full Stop ambassadors are committed to using their voices, influence and networks to help us build a future free of sexual, domestic and family violence.
Dixie is an advocate against domestic violence and sexual assault who leads with compassion and has worked across many women’s services including Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women’s Centre and Women’s Legal Service NSW.
Author, Our Watch Walkley award-winning journalist and advocate against violence against women.
“As a community, we all have an obligation to come together to put a full stop to sexual assault and domestic violence. Having spent many years speaking out and reporting on these issues, it is a tremendous privilege to be invited to be an ambassador for Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia. If we are serious about addressing sexual, domestic and family violence and supporting survivors, then we must stand united in declaring that such violence is absolutely unacceptable.”
Founder and Director of Donaldson Law
I am very honoured to play a part in raising awareness of violence against women and helping to reduce the rates of sexual assault and domestic violence in Australia. I have been fortunate to work in partnership with the team at Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia over the last 10 years and I am very proud to be able to advocate on their behalf.”
Founder of Ladies Who League
"Violence against women and children is completely unacceptable in any context. Unfortunately we still live in a world where gendered violence is still a problem our society is dealing with.
As a person who is passionate about gender equality and who truly believes in the importance of respect, I am so proud to work with an organisation Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia which has such a vital role in raising awareness about violence against women, and educating and supporting our communities until sexual assault and domestic violence are completely eradicated.
We all have a role to play and I am committed to helping create a more equal and tolerant world."
Drisana Leviztke Gray
Motivational Speaker. Auslan and Accessibility Consultant. Human Rights Advocate.
Spending her time inspiring and encouraging the wider community to accept diversity, Drisana promotes the Deaf community as one without borders and one of rich language. Recognising that women with disabilities are 40% more likely to be the victims of domestic violence than women without disabilities, Drisana supports Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia to continue to provide accessible and appropriate counselling support for those who have experienced or who are at risk of sexual assault, family or domestic violence and their non offending supporters
NSW Police Force Commissioner Michael Fuller APM
Commissioner Fuller has taken a leading role within the NSW Police Force on the issue of domestic and family violence. In 2014 Commissioner Fuller was appointed as the Corporate Spokesperson for Family and Domestic Violence, and he successfully introduced measures to hold perpetrators accountable and initiatives to increase public awareness like the ‘No Innocent Bystander’ campaign.
Now as Commissioner of Police, Commissioner Fuller is committed to continuing this work to address domestic violence in NSW.
ACT Australian of the Year 2017 and one of the great former Canberra Raiders rugby league players.
Alan combines compassion and excellent leadership skills as an Ambassador for the NRL’s Voice against Violence program. Alan shares our passion to raise awareness and understands the importance of inspiring and engaging young people and works consistently to change the culture of family and domestic violence with his outstanding mentoring and education programs
Professor of Media - Macquarie University, gender issues advisor, media commentator on gender equality and sexual violence prevention, author and journalist
“As someone who has worked for many years researching these issues I am proud to be associated with an organisation that is at the forefront of best practice approaches to counselling and prevention. In Karen Willis, the Executive Officer of Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia, we have an outstanding and experienced advocate of change in an area where so much remains to be done.”