CASV Management Committee

Tatiana Dumont – Chairperson

It is my privilege to serve as Chairperson of such an amazing organisation like CASV. I am a solicitor originally from Brazil and I have been living in Australia for more than 7 years now. Besides my previous educational qualification (Bachelor in Law Degree and Master Business Administration in Management), I have successfully completed here in Australia a Diploma of Management and Leadership and a Diploma of Legal Services. Currently, I am working as a Policy Advisor at Yulu-Burri-Ba however I am always happy and available to provide support and legal information to CASV and the community in matters of Domestic and Family Violence, Disability and Workplace Health and Safety whenever it is necessary. I hold a passion for human rights, and I am proud of standing for justice, for freedom, for human dignity and for equality, and I aim to use my passion and my commitment to create a better world. I am really honoured to be the Chairperson of the Organisation because CASV values empower people to be themselves within an inclusive and supportive environment and you can actively contribute to build a more diverse and inclusive team. Outside of work I enjoy cooking, gardening and playing with my two beautiful cats.


Lynette Denning – Treasurer

I am the Treasurer on the Centre Against Sexual Violence Management Committee and have been in this role since February 2017.  I enjoy working alongside my Management Committee colleagues to provide support to the wonderful and hardworking staff of CASV.  My previous work as a Finance Officer working within Women’s Health, Sexual Assault and Domestic and Family Violence services in Ipswich and Logan has given me considerable experience to be able to provide knowledge and assistance when required.  It is a pleasure to hear all the wonderful and positive feedback from women who access CASV.


Lourdes Gomez – Committee Member

I joined the CASV management committee in 2021. I currently work in policy and chose this area of work to improve systemic responses to domestic violence, mental illness, disability and aged care. My academic background is in development practice and peace and conflict resolution from the University of Queensland and international relations from Griffith University. This has solidified my commitment to working in these fields to support communities. The work of CASV is essential in Queensland’s response to sexual violence and other forms of violence and I am honoured to be part of the work this great organisation does.