Kassahun Seboqa is the Executive Producer of SBS Radio's Amharic language section. He joined SBS as a University intern in 2005 working on SBS’s Amharic language program.
Kassa studied journalism in Ethiopia and at the University of Nairobi in Kenya. Since then he has worked as a journalist in the print media in Ethiopia, as a Freelance Writer, Reporter, and Editor-In-Chief.
He migrated from Ethiopia to Brisbane, Australia in 1998 and set up the first Amharic language radio program in Australia with 4EB AM. Kassa served as the main broadcaster, panel operator, and as the group’s Convener from 1998 to 1999. Since then he has been working with a financial company as a senior consultant and has continued to follow international affairs. Kassa completed a BA in International Studies at RMIT University in Melbourne in 2007 with a particular focus on Ethiopian diaspora affairs.
Kassahun Seboqa was honoured at the National African Australian Awards as one of 100 most influential African-Australians in 2012.