Sabah Quddus is a First Nations woman from Bangladesh, but has spent most of her life in New Zealand before moving to Melbourne in 2012. Prior to Culture is Life, she was the Operations and Finance Manager at an international not-for-profit aimed to improve lives of those living with Multiple Sclerosis.
Sabah holds a Bachelor of Health Sciences, specialising in Public Health, from the University of Auckland, and is currently completing her Master of Public Policy at RMIT. She has been involved in health research on the social determinants of Maori health, and is currently focusing on advocating for Aboriginal-led policy initiatives.
Sabah has always been driven by social justice and is committed to strengthening the voices of disadvantaged groups in society. She brings lived experience of the importance of culture and health, and is passionate about reframing the way in which mainstream society engages with other cultures.