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Deepak Vinayak

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Born/Date of Birth: 8 November 1972
Place of Birth: Punjab, India
Nationality: Australian
Spouse(s): Monica Vinayak (m. 1998)
Children: Rajat Vinayak, Aditya Vinayak
Residence: Melbourne, Australia
Education: Melbourne Polytechnic Preston Campus, Victoria University, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology
Profession: Community leader, Public figure
Official Website: DeepakVinayak.com

Deepak Vinayak OAM (born 8 November 1972) is an Award Winning Indian Australian community leader from Melbourne. He was appointed as the People of Australia Ambassador by Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard for two consecutive terms in 2012 and 2013.

Career
Deepak completed BTech in civil engineering from Punjab of India and migrated to Australia in 1996. He has also graduated from Victoria University with a Diploma of Engineering in Advanced Trade. He currently works for the Metro Trains Melbourne. He was appointed People of Australia Ambassador for two times 2012 and 2013 by Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard. Deepak also has been a four-time Australia Day Ambassador. He was a member of Regional Advisory Council for North and West Metropolitan at Victorian Multicultural Commission, State Government of Victoria.

Community engagement
He founded South Asian Community Link Group-Australasia, South Asian Youth Connect Australasia and Global Organization for People of Indian Origin Chapter in Melbourne to engage with South Asian Australians in Victoria. He has extended support in community work by youth, engaged with multifaith communities, has hosted community gathering to engage policy makers with local community and has partnered in Suicide Prevention. He is also an R U OK and White Ribbon Ambassador. He has been recognised as a Community Champion by Victoria University

Notable Awards
Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) 2018
Pride of Australia Medal (2018) Victoria
Victorian Multicultural Commission, Government of Victoria, Multicultural Champion of Victoria is nominated as a Multicultural Champion for service to multiculturalism in Victoria, 2018
Australia Day Ambassador for consecutively four times during 2014–17, National Australia Day Council
Victorian Multicultural Commission, Government of Victoria, Victoria's Multicultural Awards for Excellence in category of Meritorious Service to the Community–Individuals, 2015
People of Australia Ambassador for two terms, 2012 and 2013, appointed by Prime Minister of Australia
Victorian Multicultural Commission, Government of Victoria, Victoria's Multicultural Awards for Excellence in category of Service Delivery to Multicultural Community-Individuals, 2010

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Categories: 1972 births,Immigration to Australia,Indian diaspora in Australia,Australian people of Indian Punjabi descent,Australian people of Indian descent,People from Punjab, India,Recipients of the Medal of the Order of Australia

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