Reggie at the Victorian Pride March

Welcome to Reggie’s personal website.

Reggie is a non-binary person with a lived experience of disability who uses they/them pronouns. Reggie is a staunch advocate for people living with a disability, social housing residents, people who are LGBTIQA+, including the trans and gender diverse communities and people who have a out of home care experience because Reggie has both a lived experience lens and deeply cares about these issues.

Reggie lives in an apartment with their cat, Celestia in the leafy and industrial suburb of South Melbourne. Reggie was previously the Queer Officer for RMIT University and has an ongoing role as an Expert Consultant for The Centre for Excellence and Child and Family Welfare.

Reggie is currently studying a Bachelor's Degree in Youth Work and Youth Studies at RMIT University.

Reggie spends their time actively involved in:

  • Secretary for Melbourne Gaymers and the Australian Gaymers Network
  • Secretary for Melbourne City Rotaract
  • Secretary for Pocket Pals Inc
  • Head of Photography for Melbourne Fur Con
  • ICT Officer for Rotary’s Multi-District Interact Conference
  • Community Manager for Labyrinth Gaming (eSports)
  • Tenor 1 for Low Rez Choir
  • Assistant to 1st Victorian Sea Scouts

Learn more about Reggie’s through these stories:

Housing Choices Australia – Youth advocate Reggie shows the way

The Wheeler Centre – Beyond Your Command

My – Youth leader advocates for young people who don’t have a voice

SBS News – Thousands spend time in foster care each year. For some children, maintaining tradition and culture is vital

3CR Radio – Interview with Reggie and Nevena from The Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare

CFECFW – All Kinds Of Kids Need All Kinds Of Foster Carers

Star Observer – Slipping through the cracks

Reggie lives and works in the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, they acknowledge the suffering of colonisation has had on the lands of Melbourne where Reggie conducts their business. Reggie acknowledges that whilst they are an immigrant in these lands, that they pay their full respect to the people who have come before them, and that they seek out to even out the playing field for those affected.

Soverignty was never ceded, this is and always will be Aboriginal land.