Our People

There’s a reason people work at SBS. SBS is one of the world’s most unique media organisationsand it’s also one of the country’s most exciting and rewarding places to workExplore the films below to discover just some of our employees reasons for joining SBS. 

Abdullah Alikhil
Executive Producer, Pashto Program

“When I fled Afghanistan fearing for my life, I found myself lost in a foreign place. SBS gave everything back. I finally felt like I belonged, felt like I had purpose.”

Abdullah Alikhil

Executive Producer, Pashto Program

“When I fled Afghanistan fearing for my life, I found myself lost in a foreign place. SBS gave everything back. I finally felt like I belonged, felt like I had purpose.”

Nat Tran
Presenter, SBS Pop Asia

“I wanted to help give Vietnamese culture visibility in Australia, and SBS was the place that would let me do this.”

Nat Tran

Presenter, SBS Pop Asia

“I wanted to help give Vietnamese culture visibility in Australia, and SBS was the place that would let me do this.”

Mridula Amin
Researcher, News and Current Affairs

“I wanted to understand how cultures connect, and I guess SBS makes you care about another world outside your own.”

Mridula Amin

Researcher, News and Current Affairs

“I wanted to understand how cultures connect, and I guess SBS makes you care about another world outside your own.”

Rebecca Gray
Media Sales Executive

“I’m so proud to say that I work for the network that was such a big part of my childhood.”

Rebecca Gray

Media Sales Executive

“I’m so proud to say that I work for the network that was such a big part of my childhood.”

Rhanna Collins
Project Manager, NITV

“Often the perception of Indigenous people is really negative. I feel like as an Indigenous Australian, it’s my responsibility to try and break those stereotypes.”

Rhanna Collins

Project Manager, NITV

“Often the perception of Indigenous people is really negative. I feel like as an Indigenous Australian, it’s my responsibility to try and break those stereotypes.”

Joshua Griffin
People & Culture Business Partner

“Growing up gay, it was important to see people like myself on TV. Now I’m proud to work somewhere that gives the LGBTI community visibility.”

Joshua Griffin

People & Culture Business Partner

“Growing up gay, it was important to see people like myself on TV. Now I’m proud to work somewhere that gives the LGBTI community visibility.”