Sinisha Krstov is the Manager of Access and Engagement at Australian Multicultural Community Services (AMCS). He work continuously towards supporting the culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities and individuals to maximise their full potential.
His work aims to advise and support seniors and other vulnerable people who are facing barriers in accessing services due to their diversity.
With an Advance Diploma in Community Services Management, Bachelor of Social Work and Social Policy, and a Master of International Relations and Conflict Resolution, he has a strong educational background in community/social studies.
In his spare time, Sinisha is an advocate and supporter of people who are vulnerable or at risk of vulnerability. Some of his previous overseas professional and volunteering experience includes Organisation for Security and Co-Operation in Europe (OSCE), Open Gate-La Strada and First Children's Embassy in the World MEGJASHI. Recently, he has started visiting socially isolated seniors to help reduce loneliness amongst Australia’s elderly.
With Melbourne going in and out of lockdowns, Victoria’s multicultural seniors lose vital access to the support system they rely on for basic care. This is all taking place in the context of the federal ...