Shannan Dodson is a Yawuru (Broome area) woman who was born in Katherine in the Northern Territory and currently lives in Sydney. She’s worked in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander affairs for over 12 years and is a Communications and Digital specialist. She was the Digital Director of the Recognise campaign for 5 years– the […]
Where are you from? I am a Tiwi and Yanyuwa woman from the Northern Territory. I grew up in Darwin and the Tiwi Islands where my mum lives. My mum’s bloodline is from Borroloola and my dad’s family are from Hobart in Tasmania. What do you do? I am a multi-industry coach, trainer and mentor. […]
Where are you from? Darwin, NT. What do you do? Business Owner, Performer and Entertainer. What is one of the best decisions you have made? Starting my own Business. What is one of the worst decisions you have made? Wearing heels for 19 hours! What are some of the barriers to female leadership? Pushing through […]
1.Where are you from? Pipalyatjara in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands 2.What do you do? I’m the Deputy Chair of the APY Lands Executive Board. I’m also the Chair of Ananguku Wiru Palyatjaku which specialises in Cultural awareness training and interpreting and translation services. And… I am the Skill Hire’s Remote School Attendance Strategy Liaison Officer […]
Where are you from? I was born in Tenterfield, Northern NSW. The last of seven children. I am a Bundjalung woman. What do you do? I am a mother, an artist, a teacher, a Board Director and an activist for change. What is one of the best decisions you have made? To complete High School […]
The Walan Mayinygu Indigenous Entrepreneurship Pop Up Hub, developed by CSU Associate Professor Michelle Evans, will nurture Indigenous businesses across NSW.
Lani Brennan has become a role model for those who are suffering from domestic violence or have survived it after sharing her experiences in her film and book, ‘Lani’s Story’.
A new campaign supports and promotes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-led solutions to affirm and strengthen culture and to prevent youth suicide.
Cass Goodwin says leadership isn’t singular; it’s a collective effort. “I need to remind myself to draw from those around me, learn from my ancestors and elders.”
Shelley Cable reflects that the concept of mainstream leadership is still stereotypically masculine, serious and involves “wearing a suit”, creating barriers to female leadership.