Dr Natalie Mobini is the Director of the Office of External Affairs for the Australian Bahá’í Community. In this capacity she represents the Bahá’í community in its dealings with the Australian government, and in its work with other community organisations to promote peace, human rights, the equality of women and men, and inter-religious understanding.
Dr Mobini holds a doctorate in Indonesian history. Her book on the Arab minority in Indonesia was published by Cornell University. She is currently an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture.
Dr Mobini has served on the council of the AIIA ACT Branch since 2013 and is currently the events coordinator.