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Green Music Australia welcomes Dani Teveluwe as our inaugural Board Observership recipient

Welcoming Dani Teveluwe, with words from our Chair Tracee Hutchison. 

Green Music Australia is very pleased to announce our inaugural Board Observership recipient is Dani Teveluwe, a proud Weilwan woman, artist, educator who is best known for her pop soul project Sunny Luwe - currently living and working on Kombumerri Country//Gold Coast. Dani came to Green Music with the idea of the Observership after applying to join our Board late last year - keen to learn more about what we do. 

The GMA Board Observership is a 6-month voluntary term and will be mentored by Green Music Australia Chair Tracee Hutchison

Tracee Huchison smiling and illuminated by bright natural light against a blurred background."We recognise getting experience on Boards is something that many artists and industry workers are interested in, but the opportunities are not always there - unless you have experience. So we felt we had to step up and create that opportunity and continue to deliver on our commitment to amplify the diverse voices and perspectives of artists and industry workers committed to doing better with their practice and doing better for our environment.” GMA Chair Tracee Hutchison said.

Dani has written and recorded with multiple ARIA Winners, Grammy-nominees and was a finalist for the Queensland Music Awards in 2023.  In October 2023, she released her debut album Flowers in the Sky, which she produced carbon-neutrally, via the conservation non-profit Gondwana Rainforest Trust and has created a how-to-guide for other artists keen to learn more in this space. 

“We are thrilled to welcome Dani to our inaugural Board Observership, and we look forward to creating future opportunities by Expression of Interest for other artists and industry workers interested in learning about the governance and protocols of our organisation”, Hutchison said. 

Dani Teveluwe (Sunny Luwe) laying on a colourful bunch of flowers against a solid blue background. She is smiling and wearing an orange dress.

Dani Teveluwe added, “I am thrilled to participate in the first Observership opportunity for Green Music Australia. I am a passionate greenie and musician and excited to grow my skills beyond my current practice through this program. Huge thanks to Tracee Hutchison who will also mentor me through this process.”

The GMA Observership is a 6 month opportunity to observe the workings of the Green Music Board and will commence at the organisation’s March Board meeting. 

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