Nancy Bamaga creates change through the journey of cultural entrepreneurism.
Yatu Widders Hunt says that empowerment comes from knowing your own values and playing to your strengths.
A mother, partner and incredible visionary, Mikaela Jade is an inspiration.
Elena Wangurra says the best decision she ever made was attending a course called the Greatness in You. Since then she has been making decisions that are only positive for her.
When Carly Wallace was 25, she walked away from a media career to raise her 13-year-old brother after their mother’s sudden passing. She says it’s the best decision she’s ever made.
Chern’ee Sutton is a contemporary Indigenous artist and passionate about reconciliation and her people’s history and culture.
On 4 November 2015, 33 Creative signed the contract with the Australian Civil Military Centre (ACMC) in a ceremony at their offices in Queanbeyan.
For the first time in Australia, the level of risk exposure and insurance coverage among Indigenous communities will be mapped out by the nation’s largest general insurance company, Insurance Australia Group.
On the one year anniversary of its launch, Aboriginal business 33 Creative is proving it has what it takes to do business successfully, working on a variety of projects for government and non-government organisations throughout the year.
The final interview for our month of celebrating amazing women is with the uber talented Rhoda Roberts, Head of Indigenous Programming at the Sydney Opera House and host of the new show Deadly Voices at the House.