#MEETBYC L’wel Gay Moo

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🤔❓ Did you know that Brimbank has a Youth Council? Now you do! It’s with great pleasure to introduce to you our 2021 Brimbank Youth Councillor L’wel Gay Moo!

Name L’wel Gay Moo

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Tell us more about yourself!

I’m l’wel also known as ligi, I like many things such as dancing, cars, filming, music and playing sports.

Why did you join the BYC? OR IF THIS IS YOUR SECOND YEAR: Why did you decide to stay on in the BYC?

I joined the BYC in hoping of getting new knowledge out of it. I also grew up around Brimbank and wanted to be involved in it. I also want to become a youth worker in the future and help people.

What are you passionate about?

I’m passionate about changing the youth violence and want to bring them all together. I want to change the way youth look at life and to help them become better person of themselves. 

What are you hoping to achieve as a BYC member this year?

To meet new people and to get more understanding how it works.

What does a better Brimbank look like to you?

For the youth to help each other out and do more creative things.

What’s one piece of advice you have for young people who want to create change in their community?

To go out there and to experience it, everything’s an opportunity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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