Founder and director of Lift Up Voices
SANomineeYoung Australian of the Year2021
Tori Marshall is the co-founder and director of Lift Up Voices (L.U.V) and the Lift Up Voices Foundation. In her work as a vocalist, songwriter, and sound engineer, Tori has worked alongside well-known musicians in Los Angeles, and had her music featured in television and film.
Having a twin sister with a disability, Tori wanted to provide inclusive opportunities to explore the creative arts. A registered NDIS provider, L.U.V delivers group programs incorporating singing, song writing, recording, production, music and podcasting, to build confidence and social connection.
The L.U.V Foundation, a not for profit organisation with a mission to give a voice to those who need it, recently launched the L.U.V. BLM (black lives matter) Initiative in the United States. The initiative provides training in song and movie creation, giving youth in marginalised communities the tools to tell their own stories through the creative arts.
Tori has also delivered programs and initiatives in schools, orphanages and organisations in Jamaica and Los Angeles.