Braedyn Edwards | President
Braedyn is a Kamillaroi and Kunja descendant through his father and Irish on his mother’s side. He grew up on Turrbul & Jaggera Country in Brisbane and is currently living on Ngunnawal-Ngambri Country in Canberra, studying Law/Arts at the ANU.
Having been involved in the ANUSA Indigenous Department from 2016 - 2018, he joined the UATSIS team following elections at NISC 2018.
He has worked in Indigenous Affairs at PMC and now works at the Tjabal Indigenous Higher Education Centre at ANU.
Anthony Ryan | General Secretary
Anthony is an Aboriginal man currently living in Western Sydney, studying Arts/Commerce at MQU. As 'GenSec' he is responsible for ensuring UATSIS is complying with any legislative requirements.
Before taking on the role as GenSec, Anthony served as Disabilities Officer on MQU SRC.
Anthony is a member of the Labor Party and actively contributes to the party's goals.
Kulkarawa Kukoyi | Treasurer
Kulkarawa is a Turrbal woman based in Brisbane. She is currently studying Business Management and Arts (Public Policy & Indigenous Studies) at UQ, St Lucia. As Treasurer, Kula is responsible for the financial management of UATSIS.
Before joining the UATSIS team, Kula served as VP (Gender & Sexuality) at UQU.
She is currently working at Ernst & Young as a management consultant intern through the CareerTrackers Indigenous Internship Program.
Bryce Wilson | Events Coordinator
Bryce is a Wiradjuri man currently living in Sydney completing his Practical Legal Training having graduated from UNE in April with Bachelor of Laws/Criminology.
Before joining UATSIS, Bryce served as the President of the Indigenous Students' Association at UNE, Armidale.
Bryce currently works at the NSW Public Defenders Office.
Amanda Fotheringham | Women's Officer
Amanda is a Gamilaroi woman who currently serves as the Women’s Officer. She is responsible for coordinating discussion of women’s policy and implementing thereafter.
After deciding to leave Macquarie University, where she served as the Student Representative for Indigenous Students, she commenced a Bachelor of Community Services with TAFE NSW where she hopes to broaden and deepen her understanding of needs in the First Nations community and beyond.
In 2017, Amanda attended the World Indigenous People’s Conference on Education (WIPCE) in Toronto, Canada where was able to engage with and identify her passions in the global First Nations movement.