Faustina Agolley, affectionally called Fuzzy, has enjoyed a career over 15 years across Broadcast Television, Music, Djing, Writing, and Theatre.
She’s a proud Black and Asian gay Australian of Ghanaian and Chinese-Malaysian heritage.
Faustina began her career interviewing her idols like Alicia Keys to then icons-in-the making like Adele, Bruno Mars and Lady Gaga while bringing joy to Australian homes on Video Hits.
She’s also co-hosted The Voice and Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. She openly speaks and writes about queer matters, queer life and overcoming her own mental health struggles for Women of Letters, ABC, Netflix Pause, and Huffington Post.
She was personally chosen by the Harpo team to be Oprah Winfrey’s touring DJ across Oprah’s tour of Australia and Aotearoa, New Zealand and can verify that Oprah gives some of the best hugs ever.
Since early 2021 Faustina has embarked on her entrepreneurial journey, founding a haircare brand for textured hair that will launch in the United States at the end of 2022. This brand was selected to be part of Credo For Change, an entrepreneurial program for BIPOC founders established by America’s fastest-growing clean beauty retailer, Credo.
She loves nature, surfing, and traditional practices from her heritage for personal health, wellbeing, and care for the environment.
Faustina’s practice in Arts and culture, work in unison to imagine and transform new, sustainable and inclusive ways of working, promoting cultural safety and distancing a practice of grind culture – cause that has never done any good for anybody.