Bwe Thay is a spirited advocate for a multicultural Australia. He works to develop the capacity of multicultural communities, with a focus on leadership development, education and employment outcomes. His involvement extends from working with individual communities to advocacy at the highest levels. His work informs the direction and policy of service providers, business and all levels of government.
Bwe has held many leadership roles within Victoria’s multicultural sector and has been widely recognised for his advocacy, community service and professional achievements. This recognition includes the Victorian Multicultural Commission’s Emerging Leadership in Multiculturalism Award.
Bwe has a strong commitment to promoting harmony by engaging and bringing communities together to build a vibrant society. His practical, hands-on approach is well recognized within multicultural communities.
Bwe has been honoured as the Whitehorse Citizen of the Year 2022 and is an Attaché for the Mental Health Foundation of Australia.