Our Exec Team
The VicSRC Executive is the student representatives, elected annually to govern the VicSRC. Our job is to represent what is actually being said by students via Student Councils across Victoria.
We are here to represent every student in the state so if you have something that needs to be heard, get in touch:
Roghayeh (Rocky) Sadeghi
Hey there, my name is Rocky Sadeghi and I am a year 10 student at Northern Bay College. I enjoy listening to music and public speaking. In the future I hope to become a human rights lawyer because I strongly believe that all human beings regardless of their differences deserve a voice and a chance to be heard. I value people from different cultures, religions and beliefs. I value respect, integrity, independence and impartiality. This term being my first on the Exec, I am very excited to see what the future holds and how we can make a positive change together. I am looking forward to working with other inspirational young leaders around the state and being the best person I can be.
Hi, I'm Spencer and I have a passion to change the world. Well, obviously not the whole world, I can't to all that!
I want to inspire other people to create change too, a person can't change much, but people change the world. I am a year 11 student at Footscray City College who loves science, drama and language. I one day hope to work in foreign affairs and see the world.
Hey there! I'm Phoebe and am currently a Year 12 Student at Brauer College. I live in a little coastal town called Warrnambool. Despite being from the coast I'm a) a terrible surfer and b) terrified of seaweed. I also love to read and have a major obsession with ladybugs. This is my first year being on my schools SRC and my first year on the Exec which means I'm just about bursting with excitement to see the changes we can make and the amazing things we can achieve over the next 12 months. I'm crazy passionate about students being involved in decisions about their learning and hope that in the future we see students and teachers working side by side to improve education. Well that's it from me, time to change the world!
Hellooo! My name is Ryan Wijaya and I am a Year 11 student at Nossal High School down in Berwick who is passionate and ready to amplify your voices! This will be my very first year on the Executive Team so I’ll make sure to put in 110% in everything I do. Leadership and Public speaking has always been my thing and I’m ready to step up to the next level and represent you. Victoria. A couple of my other passions include Basketball and Music and I’m sure that all our talents can be used in one way or another. Can’t wait for this year ahead!
Yes, I believe our voices deserve to be heard. Although I am 18 years of age, many have described me as an old soul. But rest assured, I am still young at heart. During my spare time, I train in the art of karate, and have been fortunate enough to compete internationally. Being elected as an Executive Member to the VicSRC is not only a privilege but also a great honour. I look forward to representing views and opinions of students across the state, along with the other dedicated Executives, to ensure that our voices are not only heard but also acted upon at a state level. Do not forget. Each and every one of us has the power to change the world.
Hey y’all! I’m Feyla, that super-enthusiastic, talkative 16-year-old girl. Currently a year 12 from Mount Waverley Secondary College, I love studying biology, re-reading the Harry Potter series, playing the viola, listening to Tchaikovsky and Beyonce, and chilling with friends. I’ve seen heaps of young people take initiative in improving our education and community, and it’s honestly so empowering that I love to get involved too! I’m really excited to take on this challenge and represent YOU in all the decisions that will affect us as students together with the rest of the Exec team. For now, peace out!
Hey! I'm Sam Ilobuchi and I'm in Year 11. I am currently attending Frankston High School. I am really passionate when it comes to public speaking, and anything along the lines of it! From a personal stand point, I truly believe that every student attending school in Victoria should have a say, regardless of their age; being re-elected onto the VicSRC Exec Team has given me the privilege to represent those very students, ensuring that everyone can contribute towards their education. I really look forward to working with the Exec (and everyone in between) for the next 12 months!
Hi, I’m Bryce, a year 12 student at Brauer College in Warrnambool. I love video games and the great outdoors. I believe that every student should have a voice regardless of age, gender, ability or vocational choice. This is my first year on the executive and my main goal for the next twelve months is to change people’s perception on what someone with a disability can do. I was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder when I was 9 years old, and in primary school I was treated like I couldn’t do anything. I want to give students a chance to prove what they can do and not let community perceptions stop them, as it did with me.
G’day! My name’s Campbell, and I’m the tall, blonde kid. I’m 17 and I’m in year 12 at Mount Waverley Secondary College. In my spare time, you can find me checking out car videos on YouTube, listening to Ty Dolla $ign and YG, and bouncing around the basketball court. I work part-time at Bunnings, and I race in car club events when I have time. Looking back on the achievements of the amazing Exec team of 2015-2016, I am inspired to continue their great work by creating a voice for Victorian students. In the words of Casey Neistat, let’s “do more”!
Hey! Im Chloe, 16 and in year 11 from Catholic Regional College, Melton. An individual submerged in an ocean of spontaneous decisions and I try to live without regrets. Albert Einstein said, "Anyone who has never made a mistake, has never tried anything new". Like Einstein, I believe we need to take risks to achieve great things. Student voice to me is integral for the future of Victorian students and for the future of the whole world. Rather, it is our opinions, ideas and actions as young people that will shape our world, and to be a part of a team which promotes this is absolutely mind blowing. I'm so stoked to work alongside not only the execs but ALL students!
Why not take the opportunities presented to us? You only regret the opportunities you didn’t take. My names Will and I’m a year 11 currently studying at Gisborne Secondary College (#Represent!). My vision for the next year is not only to have heaps of fun and make lots of friends, but to make change! Positive change over the next positively amazing year. Can’t wait to start working with the other 14 bubbly bright bunch of Executives, peace out!
Hey! I'm Chelsea Hard and I am in year 12 at St Josephs College Echuca. My passions include photography and making a positive change in the world we live in. This is my first year on the Exec and I am looking forward to working with other like-minded people to share the voices of Victoria! My other passions include, food, performing arts, creative writing....Basically anything that is creative! One other thing about me, I sing way too much for the voice I have, but I promise to use my voice to speak on behalf of all you YOU!
Hi guys! I’m David, a western suburbs kid in Year 12 at Braybrook College. To me, education has always been about fulfilling my insatiable curiosity and being on the Exec is an awesome extension of that. Education is the best way to change attitudes and lives. I value public education as the key to my future and that of every other child in Victoria. Education widens horizons and strengthens the fabric of our community. For me the feeling of success comes solely from what we do, admiring a team’s work, not having my name up in neon. I love writing and talking about what I believe in - probably too much sometimes :). We are here to represent every student in the state so if you have something that needs to be heard, hit me up with an email at
Hi! I am Tobias (Tobi) Naylor a Year 8 student at Auburn High School in Hawthorn East. I have three siblings - an older sister who attends Melbourne Girls College, and a younger brother and sister who attend Richmond Primary School. I live in Richmond, but support the mighty Essendon Bombers. Being on the VicSRC executive team is an inspirational opportunity and a chance for me to share the voices of students across Victoria. Although I am new to high school and leadership, I hope I can bring new ideas to the board. I look forward to working with you.
Howdy! I’m Jacob and I am currently in year 12, attending Rochester Secondary College, a school in the regional part of central Victoria. I live and grew up on a farm and am a country boy through and through, but I also love adventuring into new cultures. I love supporting my local community and school in a variety of activities from football, tennis, debating and much more. In my spare time I also enjoy listing to all types of music and working at the local supermarket. This is my first year on the VicSRC and I’m thrilled to be able to represent the regional students and the general student body of Victoria, and to be able to learn from other inspiration leaders. That all for now, catch you on the flip side!
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