Zoë Robinson was appointed as the Advocate for Children and Young People in January 2021. Zoë holds a law degree and a Masters of Human Rights. She previously worked as a solicitor, for Deloitte in internal strategy and was the CEO of the NSW Peak Body for Youth Homelessness, as well as previously working at the Department of Premier and Cabinet focussed on breaking disadvantage. Zoë firmly believes that children and young people should be given every opportunity to succeed and set themselves up for success, and that they should have the opportunity to choose what that means to them. Zoë believes that all children and young people should be heard, listened to and be central to the work that we do both in government, business and community.