Do you want to shape the future of education in Victoria and represent student voices?

Our Student Executive Advisory Committee

The Student Executive Advisory Committee (the Executive Committee) is made up of 15 secondary school students from across Victoria. The Executive Committee play a key role in the governance of VicSRC by ensuring VicSRC is always student-led. They advise the organisation on strategic direction, implement advocacy priorities and represent Victorian students to other stakeholders in education.

The nomination and election process for the Executive Committee is held in July-August each year.


Hi! My name is Bri, I’m a year 12 student and this my third year as a VicSRC Executive. I live up in North-East Victoria in a little town of under 4000 people. It is my firm belief that everyone has the right to a high quality education that will aid them in whatever future they choose, regardless of where they live.


Hey everyone, I’m Emily a year 12 student from regional Bendigo. I’m so stoked to be on the Exec this year and get the opportunity to represent you as I truly believe in the power of our voices and our ability to create change.


Hey everyone, my name is Francesca I’m a year 11 student from Central Victoria. I feel very honored to be able to represent students across Victoria and working for change to improve our education system while still staying true to our vision and values.


I’m James, a Year 12 student from the Western suburbs of Melbourne. I hope to represent students all over Victoria as best as I can, and I hope you come along for the ride.


I’m Joe, a Year 11 student from Melbourne. I’m extremely eager to work alongside staff and fellow executive members over the next twelve months to further improve our education system and making sure that every students voice is heard and equally represented.


Heyo! I’m Jordan and I’m in year 8 in the Macedon Ranges. During my executive term I hope to achieve quite a few different things like, speaking in front of more people and experiencing new things such as going to events that I really enjoy!

John Paul

Hey! My name is John Paul and I’m a year 12 student. After my first year as an Executive, my eyes have opened immensely by what students can achieve when they work together, and how much influence students have in changing our education system.


I’m Michael, also often known as Caleo, a VCE Student from Melbourne’s West. Often we are told that we are too young to be at the adult table, but often the youngest minds sprout the greatest ideas.


Hey! I’m Mitch, and I’m a Year 12 student from Northern Metropolitan Victoria. I am excited to be a part of the VicSRC Executive Team because I want to make a positive contribution to education across the state.


Hi, I’m Moe, I’m currently in Year 12 and I’m passionately desperate for every student to perform to their fullest potential. I am tremendously excited to work with others to bring genuine, positive change to Victorian students


Heyoooooo my name is Naufal and i am currently in year 10. I personally have felt super outgoing and passionate about leadership and student voice in schools but i wasn’t truly aware of how much further i could go with my determination and passion.


Hey everyone! My name is Rumaan and I’m currently in year 12. I am from the south-east and I am passionate about speaking up for what I believe in and sparking positive change through student voice.


Hey there! My name is Sonany and I’m a year 10 student from Melbourne’s west. I’m super passionate about learning, leadership, seeking new opportunities and students’ voices.


My name is Tafara, I’m in year 12, from Bendigo. I nominated for this role, because I believe that students should be overseers of their own education and student agency should be embedded into the culture of every school.

Congress may look a little different this year, but it will definitely be an explosion of Student Voice!

Check out our student led space

The Student Voice Hub is a place where students can come together to collaborate, get resources and talk about what's happening in other schools around the state with regards to student voice.

Contact us

Our Community House
552 Victoria Street,
North Melbourne

General inquiries

[email protected]
0411 679 050

Media inquiries

[email protected]
0488 700 138