Because Of Her We Can Ebook - Our CEO has been nominated.

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  May 31, 2018   admin


12 ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER WOMEN WILL BE FEATURED IN THE NATIONAL NAIDOC BECAUSE OF HER, WE CAN EBOOK -

Our CEO and 11 other Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander woman will be featured in the national NAIDOC, 'Because of her we can" Ebook

The Queensland Government’s Office for Women have funded this national storytelling and business networking project. It is fantastic to see they had the foresight and generosity to think beyond their own borders and embrace the need to amplify Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women on a national platform.

The National NAIDOC Ebook will be launched during NAIDOC Week 2018 and Femeconomy and Ngiyani will continue to share the stories of the female leaders until NAIDOC Week 2019.

Those nominated:

Cherissma Blackman – Director, Ngardu Training and Development

Ngardu Training and Development provide consultancy for Indigenous Programs, Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) review, development & implementation and cultural competencies training.

Christine Ross – Managing Director and Owner, Christine Ross Consultancy

Based in Western Australia and specialising in Indigenous employment programs, facilitating Indigenous conferences, events and forums, mentoring and diverse training programs.

Dr Donna Odegaard AM – Owner and Founder, Aboriginal Broadcasting Australia

Aboriginal Broadcasting Australia, Australia’s home of Indigenous Media is 100% Aboriginal owned and operated. We broadcast across Darwin, Northern Territory and Australia.

Leah Cameron – Principal Lawyer, Director and Owner, Marrawah Law

Specialist native title and cultural heritage legal services throughout Queensland.

Julie-Ann Lambourne – CEO and Founder, enVizion Group

Specialising in the delivery of pre-employment, life skills, mentor training and engagement and delivery of Registered Training Organisation certified relevant courses and customised in-house or on-site training programs.

Kristal Kinsela – Partner and Director, Indigenous Professional Services

Indigenous Professional Services provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary, and value-for money professional services. We don’t just deliver the best consulting services, we also create meaningful pathways for Indigenous professionals.

Nathalie McLean – Owner and Educator, Junjurri Workshop

Junjurri Workshop is an interactive art and storytelling workshop developed as a learning tool for kinder and primary aged students designed by Aboriginal artist and educator Nathalie McLean.

Kylee Fitzpatrick – Founder and CEO, Team Women Australia

Team Women Australia is a not for profit specialising in the power of storytelling to inspire, empower women to stand up for themselves and each other living a courageous and confident.

Kylie-Lee Bradford – Founder and Owner, Kakadu Tiny Tots

Authentic aboriginal clothing, accessories and artwork. All of our designs originate and are uniquely handcrafted in remote indigenous communities in the Northern Territory of Australia.

Nola Turner-Jensen – Principal Director and Owner, Crackerjack Education

Inspiring students and teachers from every culture, with the stories, skills and knowledge of Ancient Australia. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teaching resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum

Rebecca Wessels – Founder and Managing Director, Ochre Dawn Creative Industries

Quality promotional products for community events or corporate gifts to customised Aboriginal artwork and innovative email branding, we love to share our clients’ stories in visually captivating ways.

Sandra King – Owner and Director, Sandra King Management

An Aboriginal owned business that directs, manages and presents events, fashion parades, model training and community programs based in South East Queensland


Words via Alanna Bastin-Byrne Femeconomy

Artist Casey Coolwell

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