Antoinette Lattouf is a media personality, diversity advocate, author, mum of two girls and terrible at reverse parking.
The multi-award-winning journalist is the co-founder of Media Diversity Australia — a not-for-profit organisation working towards increasing cultural and linguistic diversity in the media.She’s worked in television, online and radio at Network 10. SBS, ABC and triple j. She’s been a guest commentator on ABC’s Q&A, The Drum, SBS Insight, Sky News, Network 10’s The Project, Studio10 & The Feed and The Sydney Morning Herald, The Guardian, Women's Agenda and Mamamia.
In 2022, Antoinette became a co-host of Listnr’s daily news podcast ‘The Briefing’.Antoinette’s first book How to Lose Friends and Influence White People was published by Penguin Random House in May 2022. It is a witty and approachable anti-racism guide and an honest exploration of the modern manifestations of systemic racism in Australia today, and how we, as a collective, can take steps to make change. Providing practical tools, using warmth, humour, and research to share evidence-based solutions that can be used by anyone - from a seasoned advocate who is a person of colour, through to a suburban white teenager.
In 2019, Antoinette was named among AFR’s 100 Women of Influence. In 2021 she was awarded a Women’s Agenda Leadership Award. In peer-selected awards at her year 10 high school formal, Antoinette was awarded Most Likely To Die A Virgin.