Scarlet Alliance Executive Committee
The Executive Committee is elected by the Scarlet Alliance membership at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) to carry out the governance decisions and work of our organisation over the coming year. Our Executive Committee is ultimately accountable to the membership and reports to members throughout the year, as well as formally at the AGM on key areas of work. Learn more about our Executive Committee and how to join here.
Bec is based in Naarm and has worked in brothels, massage and privately over the past seven years. They have been on the Committee for the past three years as President, Vice President, and a General Member, and have a background in governance through union work in the higher education sector. They are grateful for the opportunity to have represented and served the sex worker community through the challenging and changing COVID landscape and look forward to continuing this work, providing continuity, leadership, and organisational knowledge to the 2023 Committee.
Vice President Double
Laney has worked as an escort and porn performer in Naarm/Melbourne since 2012. This year she was elected to the Committee as Vice President Double. She is proud to be a whore and grateful for the chance to support our community. Her current obsessions include rock climbing, gardening, her cat, and spending time in nature.
General Member Double
Amber is a Sex Worker living in Naarm/Melbourne. She has worked in a range of environments including brothels, street based sex work, and currently works independently. Amber loves walking in the rain, cooking, and engaging in curious conversation with all those she meets. Growing up in the Australian Queer scene has given her an insight into the stigma that negatively impacts those within the community, as well as their loved ones. Amber is looking forward to using her strong voice, and compassionate ear to actively participate in the conversations and responsibilities that come with joining the Scarlet Alliance Committee.
Sienna has been in the adult industry for over six years and is a passionate advocate for change. She has experience in the health sector and has previously been on the board for NTAHC in the Northern Territory. This is Sienna’s third year with Scarlet Alliance, having been initially elected to the role of Vice President Double in 2021. She loves her two dogs, reading, the gym, and picking up various hobbies she has no intention of becoming good at.
Alice is a sex worker living and working on Gadigal land. They have worked in strip clubs and erotic massage, and this is their second year on the board. They love how their work on the board provides them with a broader understanding of the experiences of their fellow workers and gives them an opportunity to make meaningful change in their community.
Tia is a sex worker living in Naarm/Melbourne. They currently work in porn, full service work and BDSM and have been in the industry for over 9 years. This is Tia’s fourth year on the Committee and second year in the Treasurer role, previously serving as President and General Member. As ever they are pleased to have the opportunity to be involved in governance and supporting sex worker community and advocacy in this way.
Riley has been involved in peer advocacy and activism since 2010. Including managing an online sex worker only safer space for ten years for which she won third place in Scarlet Alliance's "Whore Of The Year" award for two years running in 2015 and 2016. This was the first time a WOTY award was ever given to someone for work in an online space. She was also a Vixen Collective committee member for seven years, four of which she was a delegate for National Forum, and four years as Scarlet Alliance's Returning Officer overseeing the election for the Committee. She is deeply passionate about sex worker activism and is devoted to making the world a safer place for sex workers.
Jenna is a sex worker living on Darug & Gundungurra land (Blue Mountains, NSW). She has been an independent full service sex worker for about eleven years, and an adult content creator/performer for five, having also worked in brothels and massage parlours along the way. She is a proud cat mum, co-host of sex industry podcast Somebody You Love, and this is her fourth year on the Scarlet Committee, in the role of Secretary for most of that time.
Estelle is a proud sex worker living and working in Naarm 'Melbourne'. Over the last seven years she has worked in agencies and brothels and as an independent escort and BDSM professional. Estelle is passionate about sexuality and social justice and is currently undertaking a master’s degree in Sexology. In her spare time, she loves cooking for friends, making ceramics, and listening to soul music. This will be Estelle's first year on the Committee, and she is grateful for the opportunity to represent and give back to the sex worker community.
Chief Executive Officer
Policy & Advocacy Manager
National Programs Manager
National Training Program (SANTP) Officer
Policy Officer (Red Book Online)
Lutruwita (Tasmania) project
Lutruwita (Tasmania) Project Coordinator
Lutruwita (Tasmania) Outreach Officer
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Sex Worker Advisory Group (ATSISWAG)
We are a Blak Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sex Worker Collective founded by and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sex workers. We are inclusive of all types of Blak Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sex workers, whether out and proud, opportunistic or otherwise!
We work for the acknowledgement and respect of the differences and the diversity of the sex industry. We support and advocate for Blak Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sex workers. We consult and advise on all issues that affect us and represent our interest in the wider sex worker movement. We are always open to new members. If you are a Blak Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sex worker, Bunji man, Bunji woman, Ship Mole, Party Girl or Boy or if you engage in Selly Welly come join us! Email: ATSISWAG@scarletalliance.org.au
Asian Migrant Sex Worker Advisory Group (AMSWAG)
Scarlet Alliance’s Migration Project was conducted with the guidance of regular steering committee meetings with sex workers from Chinese, Korean and Thai language backgrounds, as these are the languages most commonly used in the migrant sex worker community. This funded project delivered resources, research and advocacy for migrant sex workers until it was defunded in 2017. The steering committee members then become the Asian Migrant Sex Worker Advisory Group (AMSWAG) with the intention to further develop and expand the existing resource and service delivery to CALD background and migrant sex workers.
The AMSWAG meets as regularly as possible to provide expert advice and representation within Scarlet Alliance and actively works towards guaranteeing the rights of all migrant sex workers.