Natalie Adler has made a considerable contribution to making the world a better place.
Natalie has recently completed her Batchelor of Arts/Law at Monash University. While there she
became involved with the Monash Student Law Society, mentoring younger students. Following this
she became the Monash Student Law Society Peer Mentor Coordinator. The following year Natalie
was elected President of the Society for 2021/2022 with nearly 4000 members. Natalie worked
tirelessly to lead the society to be more inclusive, respectful and supportive for the students. She also
advocated on behalf of the student body within the university and the general law world.
While at Mount Scopus College, Natalie became involved as a participant in the “Building Bridges in
Schools Program”. The program is conducted under the auspices of the WellSpring Centre and is also
sponsored by the Victorian Multicultural Commission. The Building Bridges: Interfaith Dialogue in
Schools Program promotes mutual understanding and respect and ethical behaviour across
Victoria’s cultural and religious diversities, to develop competent global leaders for the 21st century.
The program brings together students from Christian, Jewish and; Muslim schools to meet and learn
about each other in a safe environment, creating a positive interfaith dialogue.
After leaving school, Natalie became one of the facilitators of groups within Building Bridges. More
recently she was promoted to being the Director of the Program for 2023 with responsibility for co-
ordination and; running the program for the three regions in Melbourne. A position that she took very
seriously and; has demonstrated respect, sensitivity and leadership.