When Sheneli established her not-for-profit youth-led human rights organisation, The Dona Faith Alliance (TDFA), she chose to include her name and that of her niece, Azariah Faith, in the title to reflect its objective: to empower and educate all Australians, particularly young Australians and the most vulnerable, on human rights, and to provide a platform and opportunities for them to be involved in decision-making, innovation and entrepreneurship.
“I aim to pave the path and equip other young Australians, future generations and groups of Australians that are unjustly classified and stereotyped into being unfit for leadership and decision-making. I will make it easier for future generations. I will always challenge the status quo”
As part of that objective, she founded Western Sydney region’s first youth-based think tank, ‘The TDFA Youth Think Tank’, a platform that encourages corporations to invest in youth entrepreneurship and youth-driven innovative ideas.
In 2021, The Dona Faith Alliance has successfully inaugurated its new ‘Actions Speak Louder Than Words’ Campaign, in partnership with a former President of the United Nations Security Council, Professor Joy Ogwu. The campaign seeks to conduct forums where meaningful discussion can lead to direct action on human rights issues.