Heaps Decent is an Australian organisation empowering young people to express their creativity through music and multi-media.
We increase arts access and opportunity, providing mobile and online production resources and collaboration with professional artists. We support the development of exciting new work with a unique identity. 
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Board Members

The Board Members


Janine has extensive experience in the public education sector, and is currently managing disability programs in the Riverina. Over many decades she has worked with isolated Aboriginal communities and marginalised young people. Janine recognises the enormous potential that exists in young people regardless of life circumstances. Janine is committed to supporting work that allows the ability of young people to flourish.


Nerida joined the team at Heaps Decent in 2012 with a rich history in the arts management. Prior to her former role as General Manager for Shopfront Contemporary Arts and Performance, she spent several years in the UK as a Company and Tour Manager for theatre companies, and in Australia as a stage manager at the Opera House, freelance production manager, event coordinator and consultant. Nerida is thrilled to be a part of Heaps Decent and the amazing opportunities it provides!


Nina co-founded Heaps Decent at the age of 23 whilst working at FBi radio, and has been central to growing the organisation with Andrew Levins. Nina is a musician and media personality, having hosted two national radio shows on Triple J. In 2015 she started her own music label, NLV Records, and continues to pursue her career as a solo artist. Nina is an inspiring role model for young people, and continues to mentor them in creative enterprises.


Andrew co-founded Heaps Decent with Nina Agzarian in 2007 when he was 22 and regularly touring Australia as a DJ. Andrew has since worked as head chef in his own restaurant, and continues to write about good food and music. Levins also hosts many podcasts, including Hey Fam, Serious Issues, Old Raps, All the Small Games and The Mitchen.


Oliver works in the wealth management sector of the finance industry as a portfolio adviser. He has been awarded both the CFA Charter and CAIA Charter. Outside of work, Oliver enjoys spending as much time as possible with family and friends and has a love affair with all sports. He believes in giving young people the confidence and means to follow their goals and is excited to be a part of Heaps Decent.


Emily is a strategic brand builder, who has held multiple management roles in the Australian creative & entertainment industries. She is currently General Manager of The Edge radio station, and is also the Founder & Director of Good Authority, a music partnerships agency. Emily is passionate about building opportunities for young creative talent.


Hau Latukefu

Hau is one of the pioneers of Australian hip hop. One half of the iconic rap group Koolism, he went on to have tremendous success as a solo artist as well as becoming the longest-serving host of Triple j’s Hip Hop show. Now working with emerging artists through his imprint of Sony Music, Forever Ever Records, Hau has remained a central part of Australia’s music scene for the best part of two decades.


Martin is a director and publisher of social purpose impact focused independent Sydney based book publishing house and the Pantera Press Foundation which primarily focuses on equality and literacy. He is Co-Chair of Philanthropy Australia’s New Generation of Giving program, a director of Australia’s leading poetry organisation Red Room Poetry, plays in a band and volunteers at Heaps Decent.

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