Hunter is proud to work at the Men and Family Centre and contribute to the important work of engaging men as change agents in violence prevention. He believes that breaking down rigid gender stereotypes and promoting healthy and respectful expressions of masculinity are vital steps towards reducing violence against women, and making our communities safer for everyone.
With a wide-ranging background in the community sector, diversity training, community health promotion and the fitness industry, Hunter has worked on numerous projects addressing barriers experienced by a range of clients with complex needs.
Hunter has a Bachelor of Arts in Gender Studies and Anthropology (Monash University), a Postgraduate Diploma in Cultural Studies (Melbourne University) and a Diploma of Gestalt Therapy (Gestalt Therapy Australia). He has a history of advocacy and community engagement promoting the safety and inclusion of marginalised individuals and groups, and is deeply committed to positive social change.