Genille Gordon

Genille Gordon, a Jamaican-born writer and advocate in Western Sydney, demonstrates an unwavering commitment to social change and community empowerment. Holding dual master’s degrees in International Communications and International Relations from Macquarie University, she addresses societal issues with intellect and dedication. Her role at the Community Migrant Resource Centre (CMRC) showcases her passion for supporting refugee and migrant communities,
alongside her dedication to homelessness advocacy.

Genille’s humanitarian efforts extend to organizations like the United Nations Association of Australia and Mission without Borders. Her “serve the community days” have provided thousands of meals to those in need, reflecting her generosity and tangible impact on the community. With humility and integrity, Genille inspires positive change, leaving an enduring mark on her surroundings.