Stuart Lucca-Pope

President
Stuart Lucca-Pope is the owner operator of Littlefoot Bar, established in early 2015 at 223 Barkly Street Footscray, with his partner Liana. Previously they owned and operated Bebida Bar & Café in Smith St, Fitzroy from 2003 to 2013 while living first in Melbourne's inner south then inner west. Stuart's first career was in environmental education working at both the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Melbourne Aquarium. He has a solid commitment to minimising the environmental footprint of any business he operates. Another personal focus is fostering a strong connection with the community that he lives and works in.
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Steve Hubbard

Vice President
Steve Hubbard is a ‘son of the west of the west’ having relocated from Perth, WA to Melbourne’s West over a decade ago and more recently to Footscray as a local resident. Steve has a Masters of Marketing and is a Certified Practicing Marketer. Steve owns and is the principal marketer at Dify Social, a 'do it for you' social media consultancy. Steve joined FTA as a member in late 2016 and has been engaged to promote Footscray Traders, and Footscray, as a great destination to trade, shop and live. Something that he is passionate about!
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Fabio Cammarano

Treasurer
Fabio is a partner of Collins & Co and heads up the Valuation & Forensic Accounting division of the practice and is the firm’s specialist tax advisor. He has been associated with the Footscray Traders Association for a number of years.
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Sarah Smith

Secretary
Sarah has specialised in the Employment and Recruitment sector in a number of roles over the years, in both for-profit and non-for-profit organisations. Currently she in is the role of Work For the Dole Participation Consultant for Matchworks in Footscray, and works directly with local Businesses and Employers to achieve mutual goals and lasting relationships within the community. Sarah is passionate about promoting the Footscray area and it’s Traders to the wider community of Melbourne, as one of the best places to eat, shop and trade.
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Liana Lucca-Pope

Committee Member
Liana Lucca-Pope specialises in branding and communication design under the name of Hello Idea. Liana is also founder and facilitator of the Idea Collective, a co-working creative space founded in Footscray in 2013, which houses Hello Idea as well as a number of other like-minded businesses. In 2015 she co-founded and created Littlefoot Bar in Barkly St Footscray, deeply inspired by the rich, local cultural heritage and vibrant, connected community spirit of the place she has called home for nearly a decade. In early 2016 Liana joined the committee of the Footscray Traders Association and is working to reinvigorate the Association to better represent Footscray and its Traders.
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Raymond Tang

Committee Member
With an experienced team and specialist partners, Raymond Tang formed Procella Insurance Solutions which subscribes to an adamant philosophy that providing sound advice, service and obtaining competitive premiums is the core value that a client places on their Broker.
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Gemeda Adem

Committee Member
Managing Director at Total Print Solutions
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Rebecca Howell

Committee Member
Bec Howell is a Footscray resident and co-owner of Small Graces (along with her chef husband, Diego), a cafe in the Footscray CBD that offers delicious, seasonal, wholesome food & great coffee. It's important to Bec & Diego that they support and connect with other local businesses in the west, and becoming a Committee Member of the Footscray Traders is a perfect way to start. Bec has many years experience in state and local government, as well as a background in design, and is looking forward to contributing her skills to help local businesses thrive.
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Previous Committee Members

  • Danielle Price
  • Melinda West
  • Roberta Connelly
  • Kerrie Ann Godfrey
  • Ben Coyle
  • Melaku Dominique
  • Nick Fahey
  • Abdulazize Hussen
  • Fiona McDonnell
  • Grant Miles
  • Khai Nguyen
  • Lidia Cammarano – Founding Member
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