Zoe, who along with her twin brother was born in Africa amidst the Eritrea-Ethiopia border war, also commented on the recent Black Lives Matter protests and racism in Australia.
"As Australians, I want us (as a priority) to address the injustice and inequality that Indigenous people have faced for too long," she explained.
"I also would like to see more education around race and racism, both interpersonal and at the institutional level. This is a matter of human rights and the dignity of all people in our world. And finally, the goal at least in my opinion is substantive change. Equal opportunity in education, work, media representation, and under the law. Not just feel-good sentiments."
Mum-of-one Zoe also explained that whilst she isn't an expert or trained in education, she's determined to actively teach her daughter about anti-racism.
"I believe that it is not enough to talk to our children or read to them about being anti-racist. We must SHOW them by practicing it in how we conduct ourselves," she said.
"How we speak, how we engage with others from different cultures, and who we point to as role models for ourselves. My child is still very young, but I know that she listens more to what I do than what I say."
Zoe, who has nearly graduated her law degree, added that she finds a lot of freedom and empowerment in being a single mum.
"Harper is thriving and the light of my life. It’s time to re-frame how we perceive single mothers. There’s a lot of single parents that are very happy with their life and kicking goals."