Speakers

All presenters

Presenter/s Presentation Date
Tammy Abbott Beyond the white Toyota: Searching for meaningful engagements with remote Aboriginal Australia 21 Mar 2017 Tammy Abbott is from the Western Arrernte and Luritja tribes out west from Alice Springs.
Tammy Abbott The Interplay Wellbeing Framework: Building the evidence on pathways to wellbeing with community indicators from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote Australia 21 Mar 2017 Tammy Abbott is from the Western Arrernte and Luritja/ Pintipi tribes of central Australia. She grew up in Alice Springs surrounded by family from remote communities such as Papunya and Ntaria (Hermansburg).
Associate Prof Karen Adams Imagining the archive of the future: community participation in transforming the archive 22 Mar 2017 Associate Professor Karen Adams is Wiradjuri and the Director of the Gukwonderuk Unit in the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University.
Pat Anderson AO Day 1 - Impact keynote address: Things have got to change 21 Mar 2017 Ms Pat Anderson is an Alyawarre woman known nationally and internationally as a powerful advocate with a particular focus on the health of Australia’s First Peoples.
Lauren Arabena Indigenous perspectives of the urban environment : an Indigenous-led research program 22 Mar 2017 Lauren Arabena is a Torres Strait Islander descendant who recently joined the Centre for Urban Research at RMIT University as Indigenous Research Officer.
Scott Avery Experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability: the numbers and the stories 21 Mar 2017 Scott Avery is descendant from the Worimi people and is the Policy and Research Director at the First Peoples Disability Network (Australia), a non-government organisation constituted by and for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peo
Associate Prof Roxanne Bainbridge No-one’s discussing the elephant in the room: Contemplating questions of research impact and benefit in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australian health research 21 Mar 2017 Dr Roxanne Bainbridge is a Gungarri woman from south-west Queensland.
Mr Matt Balogh Communication access in remote Indigenous communities 23 Mar 2017 Matt Balogh BA Hons, MA Hons, has over 30 years’ research experience, has spoken at dozens of conferences and in 2006 he won the Tony Wheeler Best Paper Award at the Australian Market and Social Research Conference.
Jason Barrow Indigenous perspectives of the urban environment : an Indigenous-led research program 22 Mar 2017 Jason Barrow is a Nyoongar man from the South West of Western Australia, born in Gnowangerup, the same place as his Grandfather — the place of the Mallee Fowl.
Toni Bauman Innovation and cultural capability 21 Mar 2017 Toni Bauman Toni Bauman is an anthropologist, mediator, facilitator and trainer who has published widely and made presentations to a range of national and international audiences.
Mr Sam Bayley Karajarri Cultural Database: reclaiming information and knowledge to inform land management and influence policy development 23 Mar 2017 Sam Bayley is the Karajarri Land and Sea Coordinator at the Kimberley Land Council.
Associate Prof Nicholas Biddle Indigenous participation in arts and cultural expression and the relationship with wellbeing 23 Mar 2017 Associate Professor Nicholas Biddle is a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at the Australian National University (ANU) and Deputy Director of the ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods.
Associate Prof Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander data sovereignty in Australia: principles and practice 21 Mar 2017 Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews (PhD) identifies with the D’harawal nation.
Associate Prof Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews Using the Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children to explore how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children grow up strong 22 Mar 2017 Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews (PhD) identifies with the D’harawal nation.
Eileen Bonney Ngapartji Ngapartji: an Aboriginal participatory action research approach transforming relationships between renal patients and renal staff in Central Australia 22 Mar 2017 Eileen Booney is a senior Alyawarr woman from Ampilawatja, Northern Territory, who is fluent in Alyawarr and English.
Michael Bullot Experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability: the numbers and the stories 21 Mar 2017 Michael Bullot has been at the Australian Bureau of Statistics National Centre of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Statistics (NCATSIS) for the last four years.
Bonita Byrne Researcher-community partnerships to reduce Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander drug and alcohol-related harms: lessons learned from multiple NDARC projects 22 Mar 2017 Bonita Byrne is a proud Wiradjuri woman from Narrandera, NSW. She is currently working as project coordinator on the Maldahnalanga project at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.
Dr Jo Caffery Collaborative Indigenous Research Initiative (CIRI) University of Canberra 21 Mar 2017 Dr Jo Caffery is an Assistant Professor with the Faculty of Education, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at the University of Canberra. She is a founding and executive committee member of UC CIRI.
Dr Jo Caffery Governing by numbers: the construction and publicity of deficit metrics in Indigenous education 21 Mar 2017 Dr Jo Caffery is an Assistant Professor with the Faculty of Education, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at the University of Canberra. She is a founding and executive committee member of UC CIRI.
Associate Prof Sheree Cairney Beyond the white Toyota: Searching for meaningful engagements with remote Aboriginal Australia 21 Mar 2017 Associate Professor Sheree Cairney is a Neuroscientist who has worked in remote communities investigating the impact drugs, alcohol and petrol sniffing have on the brain.
Associate Prof Sheree Cairney The Interplay Wellbeing Framework: Building the evidence on pathways to wellbeing with community indicators from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote Australia 21 Mar 2017 Associate Professor Sheree Cairney is a Neuroscientist who has worked in remote communities investigating the impact drugs, alcohol and petrol sniffing have on the brain.
Associate Prof Sheree Cairney ‘Culture is a health asset’: how and why we need to measure the cultural determinants of health and wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples 22 Mar 2017 Associate Professor Sheree Cairney is a Neuroscientist who has worked in remote communities investigating the impact drugs, alcohol and petrol sniffing have on the brain.
Dr Bianca Calabria Researcher-community partnerships to reduce Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander drug and alcohol-related harms: lessons learned from multiple NDARC projects 22 Mar 2017 Dr Bianca Calabria is a Research Fellow at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at the Australian National University and a conjoint Lecturer at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre at UNSW Australia.
Prof Tom Calma Day 2 - Engagement keynote address: A proven methodology to solicit the views of people living in remote Australia 22 Mar 2017 Professor Tom Calma is an Elder of the Kungarakan [pron: Koong – ara - kun] people of the Northern Territory and a member of the Iwaidja [pron: Ee-wad-ja] tribal group.
Dr Fiona Cameron The National Competitive Grants Program: Support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers, research and writing research impact statements in grant applications 21 Mar 2017 Dr Fiona Cameron joined the ARC in July 2012 as Executive Director for Biological Sciences and Biotechnology. Prior to this, Dr Cameron led the Innovation & Consulting Unit at Western Sydney University (WSU) as the Associate Director.
Amal Chakraborty Community-level built environmental factors related to chronic and infectious diseases: strengthening evidence base for remote Indigenous communities 22 Mar 2017 Amal Chakraborty is a PhD Candidate and Research Associate in the School of Health Sciences, University of South Australia.
Prof Kathleen Clapman Re-focussing qualitative research: perspectives of health services researchers 21 Mar 2017 Kathleen Clapham is Professor of Indigenous Health at the Australian Health Services Research Institute, University of Wollongong
Prof Kathleen Clapman Caring for community: Research collaboration between the University of Wollongong and the Illawarra Koori Men’s Support Group 23 Mar 2017 Kathleen Clapham is Professor of Indigenous Health at the Australian Health Services Research Institute, University of Wollongong
Dr Clare Coleman Improvements in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mortality: real or data artefacts 23 Mar 2017 Dr Clare Coleman is the Senior Research Fellow at the Sydney Centre for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Statistics.
Chris Cookson ‘Responding to the needs of our mob’: the Tackling Indigenous Smoking Program 22 Mar 2017 Chris Cookson is the Regional Tobacco Coordinator at the Sunrise Health Services Aboriginal Corporation. 
Joanna Corbett From engagement to impact: The Looking Forward Project 23 Mar 2017 Aunty Joanna Corbett is a Nyoongar Elder working with the Looking Forward Project in Perth, Western Australia.
Vicki Couzens The quality of qualitative research: impact and engagement in Indigenous longitudinal research and scholarship 22 Mar 2017 Vicki Couzens is a Gunditjmara Keerraywoorroong woman from the Western Districts of Victoria. She is an artist and community cultural development worker and has been working in the field of Possum Skin Cloak-making for 18 years.
Prof Rhonda Craven Imagining a new way forward: a reciprocal research partnership for Indigenous thriving 23 Mar 2017 Professor Rhonda Craven, Director of Positive Psychology and Education, is a multi-award-winning researcher who has secured over $7.9 million in funding for educational research.
Mark Crocombe Preservation and access of the Wadeye audiovisual collection 23 Mar 2017 Mark Crocombe has lived and worked in Wadeye since early 1978. Mark currently works for Thamarrurr Rangers and is also the Cultural Coordinator Kanamkek-Yile Ngala Museum, Wadeye.
Mr Desmond Crump Engaging community language researchers with Indigenous languages collections 23 Mar 2017 Des Crump's cultural links are from South West Queensland, the top end of the Kamilaroi Nation.
Daphne Daniels Lead My Learning and Ngukurr News: sharing two projects to demonstrate the potential of engaged collaborations 23 Mar 2017 Daphne Daniels is a Senior Elder from Ngukurr and Editor of the Ngukurr News. Daphne is involved with the ranger programs, local self-governance and holds a seat on the Roper-Gulf Council.
Dr Angela Dawson Re-focussing qualitative research: perspectives of health services researchers 21 Mar 2017 Angela Dawson is an Associate Professor in public health at the University of Technology Sydney with a research interest in health service delivery to priority populations.
Annelie De Villiers Return, reconcile, renew: understanding the history and effects of repatriation 21 Mar 2017 Annelie de Villiers has worked as an Assistant Research Archivist at The University of Melbourne's eScholarship Research Centre (ESRC) since 2014.
Annelie De Villiers Return, reconcile, renew: understanding the history and effects of repatriation 21 Mar 2017 Annelie de Villiers has worked as an Assistant Research Archivist at The University of Melbourne's eScholarship Research Centre (ESRC) since 2014.
Annelie De Villiers Permeable boundaries: The Stolen Generations, former child migrants and forgotten Australians 21 Mar 2017 Annelie de Villiers has worked as an Assistant Research Archivist at The University of Melbourne's eScholarship Research Centre (ESRC) since 2014.
Prof Michael Dodson AM Deficit Discourse in Indigenous Education 21 Mar 2017 Professor Mick Dodson photo Professor Michael (Mick) Dodson AM (Chairperson) is a member of the Yawuru peoples the traditional Aboriginal owners of land and waters in the Broome area of the southern Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Prof Michael Dodson AM Day 1 - Impact keynote address: The ethics of engagement 21 Mar 2017 Professor Mick Dodson photo Professor Michael (Mick) Dodson AM (Chairperson) is a member of the Yawuru peoples the traditional Aboriginal owners of land and waters in the Broome area of the southern Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Associate Prof Terry Dunbar Using the Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children to explore how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children grow up strong 22 Mar 2017 Associate Professor Terry Dunbar is the Director of the Yaitya Purruna Indigenous Health Unit, a Reader and Researcher with the University of Adelaide.
Dr Michelle Dunne Breen Governing by numbers: the construction and publicity of deficit metrics in Indigenous education 21 Mar 2017 Michelle Dunne Breen worked as a journalist for more than 20 years in Australia, Britain and Ireland before joining the Faculty of Arts and Design at the University of Canberra (UC) as a Teaching Fellow in Journalism and Communication in 2011.
Anna Dwyer A little piece of paradise: living the ‘good life’ on the Anne St Reserve in Broome from 1968 to 1982 23 Mar 2017 Anna Dwyer is a Karajarri woman who has been undertaking research at the Nulungu Research Institute for more than seven years.
Anna Dwyer Karajarri Cultural Database: reclaiming information and knowledge to inform land management and influence policy development 23 Mar 2017 Anna Dwyer is a Karajarri woman who has been undertaking research at the Nulungu Research Institute for more than seven years.
Dr Fiona Dyer Collaborative Indigenous Research Initiative (CIRI) University of Canberra 21 Mar 2017 Dr Fiona Dyer is a Senior Research Fellow and Coordinator Contract Research Services in the Institute for Applied Ecology at the University of Canberra.
Tom Eccles Preservation and access of the Wadeye audiovisual collection 23 Mar 2017 Tom Eccles is Senior Technical Manager of the Moving Images section at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal land Torres Strait Islander Studies ( AIATSIS).
Ruth Elvin Evaluating fluid rules: engaging Aboriginal men in codes for Life 23 Mar 2017 Ruth Elvin is Senior Programs Manager with Desert Knowledge Australia. She is responsible for developing programs with a remote area focus ranging from intercultural development and collective engagement to remote area power supplies.
Kylie Emery The National Competitive Grants Program: Support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers, research and writing research impact statements in grant applications 21 Mar 2017 As Acting Executive General Manager, Ms Kylie Emery oversees the ARC’s Programs and Policy and Strategy branches.
Dr Michelle Evans Understanding the central tension of Indigenous entrepreneurship: purpose, profit and leadership 22 Mar 2017 Dr Michelle Evans, originally from the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, is an Albury based academic, writer, facilitator and cultural producer.
Dr Joanne Evans Imagining the archive of the future: community participation in transforming the archive 22 Mar 2017 Dr Joanne Evans is an ARC Future Fellow in the Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University, and co-ordinator of the Records Continuum Research Group, part of the Faculty's Centre of Organisational and Social Informatics.
Dr Shannon Faulkhead Imagining the archive of the future: community participation in transforming the archive 22 Mar 2017 Dr Shannon Faulkhead’s research concentrates on Koorie peoples’ knowledge; the location, its position within the broader Australian society and collective knowledge as reflected through narratives and records.
Samantha Faulkner Us Mob Writing 22 Mar 2017 Samantha Faulkner is a Torres Strait Islander and Aboriginal woman from the Wuthuthi and Yadhaigana peoples, Cape York Peninsula and Badu and Moa Islands, Torres Strait.
Dr Bill Fogarty Deficit Discourse in Indigenous Education 21 Mar 2017 Dr Bill Fogarty is a Senior Research Fellow at The National Centre for Indigenous Studies.
Lisa Fowkes Moving forward from the Community Development Programme: Informing policy change through collaborative research 22 Mar 2017 Lisa Fowkes is a PhD student whose research looks at factors that shape the implementation of the Community Development Program (and the Remote Jobs and Communities Programme 2013–15).
Monica Galassi Embedding Indigenous voices at the State Library of New South Wales: Transforming practice through community engagement 21 Mar 2017 Monica Galassi is an Italian researcher who has been studying, researching and working in Australia since 2010. Her research background concentrates in the field of Indigenous physical and digital archives, digital return and repatriation.
Dr Karen George Permeable boundaries: The Stolen Generations, former child migrants and forgotten Australians 21 Mar 2017 Dr Karen George is a Historian at Link-Up South Australia.
Brenda Gifford Us Mob Writing 22 Mar 2017 Brenda Gifford is a Yuin woman, originally from Wreck Bay, South Coast NSW. She is a novice author. She is currently writing a story about her on the road adventures and experiences as an Aboriginal woman musician with the band Mixed Relations.
Chella Goldwin Us Mob Writing 22 Mar 2017 Chella Goldwin is an Erubian woman and traditional owner from Erub Island and the Meriam Mer language group in the Eastern Torres Strait Islands.
Scott Gorringe Deficit Discourse in Indigenous Education 21 Mar 2017 Scott Gorringe Scott Gorringe is a Mithaka man from Western Queensland. Scott’s approach is founded on the belief, that all groups of people bring a collective knowledge and strong value based ethics to address any complex challenge.
Joyce Graham Us Mob Writing 22 Mar 2017 Joyce Graham is a Kamilaroi woman from Moree who found her love of poetry while doing her year 12 Certificate as a mature age student. Since then she has played with words but never believed that her work was good enough to show to others.
John Guenther Red Dirt education leaders’ perceptions about what is important for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education 23 Mar 2017 John Guenther is the Research Leader for Education and Training with Batchelor Institute, based in Darwin, Northern Territory.
John Guenther Same words, different story: unpacking nine years of NAPLAN data for very remote Australia 23 Mar 2017 John Guenther is the Research Leader for Education and Training with Batchelor Institute, based in Darwin, Northern Territory.
Prof Andrew Gunstone Reconciliation action plans and universities 21 Mar 2017 Professor Andrew Gunstone is the inaugural Executive Director (Reconciliation Strategy and Leadership) and Professor of Indigenous Studies at Swinburne University.
Olivia Guntarik The quality of qualitative research: impact and engagement in Indigenous longitudinal research and scholarship 22 Mar 2017 Olivia Guntarik is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University. She has a research interest in Indigenous cultural studies, and Indigenous knowledge systems and methodologies.
Associate Prof Daphne Habibis Using the National Research Grants System to progress Indigenous organisations and Indigenous agendas 23 Mar 2017 Associate Professor Daphne Habibis is the Deputy Director of the Institute for the Study of Social Change at the University of Tasmania. Her work focuses on Indigenous issues especially in relation to housing and race relations.
Marmingee Hand The Ngurrara climate monitoring program: building partnerships through 2-way learning of traditional ecological knowledge and Western science 22 Mar 2017 Marmingee Hand is a Ngurrara Traditional Owner from the Great Sandy Desert and lives in Fitzroy Crossing. She is the current Chairperson of the Yanunijarra Aboriginal Corporation that manages the Ngurrara Healthy Country Program.
Louise Hansen From engagement to impact: The Looking Forward Project 23 Mar 2017 Aunty Louise Hansen is a Nyoongar Elder working on the Looking Forward Project in Perth, Western Australia.
Virginia Hart Day 3 - Transformation keynote address 23 Mar 2017 Virginia Hart is the Acting Manager of the Research and Economic Group at the Department of Education and Training.
Dr Michelle Harvey The nKPI data collection: background, findings, and progress 23 Mar 2017 Michelle Harvey has worked at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) for 11 years.
Prof Valerie Harwood Lead My Learning and Ngukurr News: sharing two projects to demonstrate the potential of engaged collaborations 23 Mar 2017 Valerie Harwood is a Professor of Sociology of Education and ARC Future Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Wollongong.
Margaret Heffernan Ngapartji Ngapartji: an Aboriginal participatory action research approach transforming relationships between renal patients and renal staff in Central Australia 22 Mar 2017 Margaret is a senior Pitjantjatjara woman from Amata who is fluent in Pitjantjatjara, Central Arrernte and English. Margaret worked for many years as a teacher in Ernabella and Amata.
Dr Scott Heyes Collaborative Indigenous Research Initiative (CIRI) University of Canberra 21 Mar 2017 Dr Scott Heyes is an Associate Professor of Cultural Heritage in the Faculty of Arts and Design at the University of Canberra, Australia.
Sarah Howard Engagement and Impact 21 Mar 2017 As the Acting Branch Manager, Ms Sarah Howard leads the ongoing implementation of the Excellence in Research for Australia program, and the development of a new national assessment of engagement and impact of Australian university research.
Dr Deirdre Howard-Wanger Aboriginal success in addressing Aboriginal socio-economic disadvantage in the Australian city of Newcastle 22 Mar 2017 Dr Deirdre Howard-Wagner is a sociologist, a socio-legal scholar and a Fellow in the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at The Australian National University.
Dr Tim Howle The nKPI data collection: background, findings, and progress 23 Mar 2017 Dr Tim Howle works in the Indigenous Primary Care Reporting Unit at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
Moana Jackson Day 2 - Engagement keynote address: transformative research and self-determination 22 Mar 2017 Moana Jackson Ngāti Kahungunu, Rongomaiwahine and Ngati Porou tribes from the east coast of Aotearoa/New Zealand Director of Ngā Kaiwhakamārama i ngā Ture and Lecturer at Te Wānanga o Raukawa, Ōtaki
Terri Janke True Tracks: Indigenous entrepreneurship, Indigenous self-determination and Indigenous intellectual property 22 Mar 2017 Terri Janke is a Wuthathi/Meriam woman from Cairns. She empowers Indigenous people so they prosper. Terri advises on legal matters including incorporation, joint venture, procurement, governance, employment and engagement.
Dr Mary Anne Jebb Issues of impact: the return, renewal and publication of a Pilbara song 21 Mar 2017 Dr Mary Anne Jebb Mary Anne Jebb joined AIATSIS in 2014 as a Research Fellow.
Dr Andy Johnston Communication access in remote Indigenous communities 23 Mar 2017 Dr Andy Johnston is the Senior Adviser, Broadcasting & Telecommunications, Culture Branch, Housing Land & Culture Division, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.
Dr Kirrily Jordan Moving forward from the Community Development Programme: Informing policy change through collaborative research 22 Mar 2017 Dr Kirrily Jordan is a political economist whose work has focused on the transition away from the Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) scheme that predated the Community Development Programme (CDP).
Maree Klesch Wake up CALL! 21 Mar 2017 Maree Klesch has worked in Indigenous education for the past 35 years with much of this time being spent working with people from rural and remote communities in the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
Dr Inge Kral Moving forward from the Community Development Programme: Informing policy change through collaborative research 22 Mar 2017 Inge Kral is an anthropologist with a 30 year perspective on change in remote Indigenous communities in Central and Western Australia.
Dr Da-Wei Kuan Indigenous research and social development among the Austronesian-speaking peoples of Taiwan 23 Mar 2017 Dr. Da-wei Kuan is an Associate Professor at the Department Of Ethnology, National Chengchi University.
David Kurnoth Using the National Research Grants System to progress Indigenous organisations and Indigenous agendas 23 Mar 2017 David Kurnoth was born in Darwin in the late 60s to an Aboriginal and Chinese mother and a white Melbournian father.
Dr Julie Lahn The public value of Aboriginal organisations in the Kimberley region 22 Mar 2017 Dr Julie Lahn is an Anthropologist and Research Fellow with the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at the Australian National University.
Dr Julie Lahn Being Indigenous in the Australian Public Service 23 Mar 2017 Dr Julie Lahn is an Anthropologist and Research Fellow with the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at the Australian National University.
Prof Marcia Langton A regional approach to Alcohol Management in Northern Australia: Mobility, supply chains and community control 22 Mar 2017 Professor Marcia Langton AM is a descendant of the Iman people of Queensland. She qualified as an anthropologist and geographer, and since 2000 has held the Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne.
Dr Jeanine Leane Toll-free pathways: writing Indigenous knowledge for an academic hearing 22 Mar 2017 Dr Jeanine Leane is a Wiradjuri writer, teacher and academic from south-west New South Wales.
Dr Vanessa Lee Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander data sovereignty in Australia: principles and practice 21 Mar 2017 Dr. Vanessa Lee Vanessa Lee is from the Yupungathi and Meriam people and resides on the land of the Gadigal people.
Michael Liddle Evaluating fluid rules: engaging Aboriginal men in codes for Life 23 Mar 2017 Michael Liddle is a person who is very passionate about changing men’s behaviour.
Prof Su-Mei Lo Indigenous research and social development among the Austronesian-speaking peoples of Taiwan 23 Mar 2017 Su-Mei Lo is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology, National Taiwan University. Su-mei was born Han Chinese, but was acculturated by the Amis People (Lakancun, A’tolan) 20 years ago.
Susan Locke Communication access in remote Indigenous communities 23 Mar 2017 Susan Locke is the Research and Projects Officer of the Indigenous Remote Communications Association (ICRA). IRCA is the peak body for the not-for-profit Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander media industry.
Dr Ray Lovett Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander data sovereignty in Australia: principles and practice 21 Mar 2017 Dr Ray Lovett Ray Lovett is a Wongaibon (Ngiyampaa) man from far west NSW.
Dr Ray Lovett ‘Culture is a health asset’: how and why we need to measure the cultural determinants of health and wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples 22 Mar 2017 Dr Ray Lovett Ray Lovett is a Wongaibon (Ngiyampaa) man from far west NSW.
Noeleen Lumby Collaborative Indigenous Research Initiative (CIRI) University of Canberra 21 Mar 2017 Noe Lumby is an Aboriginal woman whose family was originally from South Australia but she was raised on the ancestral lands of the D’harawal peoples in the Illawarra.
Jasmine Lyons ‘Culture is a health asset’: how and why we need to measure the cultural determinants of health and wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples 22 Mar 2017 Jasmine Lyons worked in medical research for 9 years at Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute, covering basic science in diabetes complications, clinical cardiology research and environmental public health, before moving to Aboriginal and Torres
Julie Maakrun Disrupting worldviews: Methodological and pedagogical issues in community-driven service learning 23 Mar 2017 Julie Maakrun is committed to education with over 25 years’ experience in both primary and secondary schools.
Prof Brenda Machosky Toll-free pathways: writing Indigenous knowledge for an academic hearing 22 Mar 2017 Brenda Machosky is Professor of English at The University of Hawai`i. Her work focuses on a new theory of allegory, which is elaborated in her book: Structures of Appearing: Allegory and the Work of Literature (Fordham University Press 2012).
Dr Doug Marmion Ngunawal Language Project 23 Mar 2017 Dr Doug Marmion Doug taught for three years at Yirara College in Alice Springs, followed by three years as Adult Educator at Walungurru (also known as Kintore), in the Gibson Desert west of Alice Springs.
Dr Jillian Marsh Nuclear waste dump proposals in South Australia: the case of Aboriginal perseverance and resistance in protecting country 23 Mar 2017 Dr Jillian Marsh (PhD, Environmental Studies) I am a member of the Adnyamathanha group from the northern Flinders Ranges in South Australia.
Dr Virginia Marshall Garuwanga: forming a competent authority to protect Indigenous knowledge 22 Mar 2017 Dr Virginia Marshall is the leading legal scholar on Aboriginal water rights and interests in Australia. Recognised by the University of Victoria, Canada as their 2018 Distinguished Woman Scholar.
Associate Prof Karen Martin Using the Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children to explore how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children grow up strong 22 Mar 2017 Karen Martin (PhD) is a Noonuccal woman with Bidjara ancestry.
Associate Prof Fiona Martin Garuwanga: forming a competent authority to protect Indigenous knowledge 22 Mar 2017 Dr Martin is an Associate Professor with the School of Taxation and Business Law, Australian School of Business, UNSW. Her teaching at UNSW involves a range of taxation law courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Joanna Mason Re-focussing qualitative research: perspectives of health services researchers 21 Mar 2017 Joanna Mason is joint Project Manager of the ARC funded project; Re-focussing qualitative research. The project investigates the use of focus group discussion within Aboriginal health services research. She has led phase 1 of this study.
Dr Kerry McCallum Collaborative Indigenous Research Initiative (CIRI) University of Canberra 21 Mar 2017 Kerry McCallum is Associate Professor of Communication and Media Studies at the News and Media Research Centre, University of Canberra.
Dr Kerry McCallum Governing by numbers: the construction and publicity of deficit metrics in Indigenous education 21 Mar 2017 Kerry McCallum is Associate Professor of Communication and Media Studies at the News and Media Research Centre, University of Canberra.
Dr Kerry McCallum Deficit Discourse in Indigenous Education 21 Mar 2017 Kerry McCallum is Associate Professor of Communication and Media Studies at the News and Media Research Centre, University of Canberra.
Dr Eva Mcrae-Williams The Interplay Wellbeing Framework: Building the evidence on pathways to wellbeing with community indicators from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote Australia 21 Mar 2017 Eva McRae-Williams is a Senior Researcher with Batchelor Institute and has been involved over the last five years in projects with the Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation, managed by Ninti One. 
Dr Eva Mcrae-Williams Beyond the white Toyota: Searching for meaningful engagements with remote Aboriginal Australia 21 Mar 2017 Eva McRae-Williams is a Senior Researcher with Batchelor Institute and has been involved over the last five years in projects with the Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation, managed by Ninti One. 
Maddison Miller Indigenous perspectives of the urban environment : an Indigenous-led research program 22 Mar 2017 Maddison Miller is a Darug Woman and Archaeologist living in Melbourne. Maddi is the co-chair of the Indigenous Advisory Group to the Clean Air and Urban Landscape Hub of the National Environmental Science Program.
Bradley Moggridge The cultural value of water to Australia’s First Peoples and the evidence that will influence modern day water planning and management including quantity and quality 22 Mar 2017 I am a proud Murri from the Kamilaroi Nation, and I grew up in Western Sydney and now live in Canberra. My university qualifications include Masters in Hydrogeology from UTS and a Bachelor in Environmental Science from ACU.
Prof Janet Mooney Imagining a new way forward: a reciprocal research partnership for Indigenous thriving 23 Mar 2017 Professor Janet Mooney is a Yuin woman from the South Coast of New South Wales.
John Morseu Connecting collections: old TI and the Right Wrongs referendum campaign 22 Mar 2017 John Morseu John Morseu is completing a Masters of Social Science and works in the Oral History and Folklore Branch of the National Library of Australia.
Mervyn Mulardy Karajarri Cultural Database: reclaiming information and knowledge to inform land management and influence policy development 23 Mar 2017 Mervyn Mulardy was born in Broome on the 22 January 1972. He comes from the Karajarri people, who are about 180 kilometres south of Broome.
Alice Munro Researcher-community partnerships to reduce Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander drug and alcohol-related harms: lessons learned from multiple NDARC projects 22 Mar 2017 Alice Munro is a rural social worker and Accredited Mental Health Social Worker who has worked to establish and deliver Aboriginal drug and alcohol services across the Murdi Paaki region of New South Wales since 2009.
Peter Murray The Ngurrara climate monitoring program: building partnerships through 2-way learning of traditional ecological knowledge and Western science 22 Mar 2017 Peter Murray is a Ngurrara Traditional Owner from the Great Sandy Desert and he brings to the role a wealth of experience, from enterprise development, to a deep understanding of the importance of cultural and heritage protection.
Nyssa Murray Lead My Learning and Ngukurr News: sharing two projects to demonstrate the potential of engaged collaborations 23 Mar 2017 Nyssa Murray Dunghutti Woman and project manager, the Lead my Learning Campaign. Nyssa is the Ambassador for TAFE NSW (2014-2016) and recently had an award named in her honour.
Irene Nangala Ngapartji Ngapartji: an Aboriginal participatory action research approach transforming relationships between renal patients and renal staff in Central Australia 22 Mar 2017 Irene Nangala is a senior Pintupi woman from Kintore, Northern Territory, who is fluent in Pintupi and English as well as other Aboriginal languages.
Dr Peter O'Brien Collaborative Indigenous Research Initiative (CIRI) University of Canberra 21 Mar 2017 Dr Peter O'Brien is a professional director, business operator, consultant and research leader.
Margaret O'Connell From engagement to impact: The Looking Forward Project 23 Mar 2017 Margaret O’Connell is of Anglo-Australian descent and was born on Wadjuk country in Perth and raised in the southwest of WA. Margaret is the Senior Research Officer at the Telethon Kids Institute.
Robyn Ober Impact, engagement, transformation 23 Mar 2017 Robyn Ober is a Mamu/Djirribal woman from the rainforest region of North Queensland.
Dr Cathy Oke Indigenous perspectives of the urban environment : an Indigenous-led research program 22 Mar 2017 Dr Cathy Oke has over 20 years' experience in the sustainability sector.
Dr Lyndon Ormond-Parker Return, reconcile, renew: understanding the history and effects of repatriation 21 Mar 2017 Dr Lyndon Ormond-Parker is a Melbourne Early Career Academic Fellow at The University of Melbourne. He was born in Darwin and of Alyawarre decent from the Barkly tablelands in the Northern Territory.
Dr Lyndon Ormond-Parker Return, reconcile, renew: understanding the history and effects of repatriation 21 Mar 2017 Dr Lyndon Ormond-Parker is a Melbourne Early Career Academic Fellow at The University of Melbourne. He was born in Darwin and of Alyawarre decent from the Barkly tablelands in the Northern Territory.
Dr Lyndon Ormond-Parker Preservation and access of the Wadeye audiovisual collection 23 Mar 2017 Dr Lyndon Ormond-Parker is a Melbourne Early Career Academic Fellow at The University of Melbourne. He was born in Darwin and of Alyawarre decent from the Barkly tablelands in the Northern Territory.
Warwick Padgham Opening the doors for Indigenous research students 21 Mar 2017 Warwick is Senior Project Officer at the Melbourne Poche Centre for Indigenous Health, University of Melbourne.
Dr Jane Palmer Converging pathways: community cultural heritage and university research 22 Mar 2017 Dr Jane Palmer is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Resilient Regions, The University of Southern Queensland.
Huw Peacock Successful Indigenous student transition to secondary education 21 Mar 2017 Huw Peacock is a descendant of the Palawa People of Tasmania. His lineage can be traced back to the well-respected Elder and Hero, Mannalargenna.
Tricia Pearce ‘Responding to the needs of our mob’: the Tackling Indigenous Smoking Program 22 Mar 2017 Tricia Pearce is a descendant of the Alyawarra, Arrernte and Afghan peoples throughout the Central Australian region, who identifies and is accepted as a member of all.
Emily Poelina-Hunter Changing the Australian three-part test for proof of Indigeneity 23 Mar 2017 Emily Poelina-Hunter is a Lecturer in the recently formed Indigenous Studies Unit at RMIT University in Melbourne. Emily is an Aboriginal Nyikina woman, whose country is in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Associate Prof Libby Porter Indigenous perspectives of the urban environment : an Indigenous-led research program 22 Mar 2017 Associate Professor Libby Porter is based at the Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University where she is the Vice Chancellor’s Principal Research Fellow.
Jacob Prehn Successful Indigenous student transition to secondary education 21 Mar 2017 Jacob Prehn is a proud Worimi man living on Palawa country in Tasmania. He is a Project Officer at the University of Tasmania and a Social Worker and Aboriginal Health Worker in Aboriginal Men's Health.
Prof Peter Radoll Collaborative Indigenous Research Initiative (CIRI) University of Canberra 21 Mar 2017 Professor Peter Radoll is the inaugural Dean of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership and Strategy at the University of Canberra.
Geoff Richardson Innovation and cultural capability 21 Mar 2017 Geoff Richardson is the Assistant Secretary of the Indigenous Engagement Branch at the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.
Craig Ritchie Innovation and cultural capability 21 Mar 2017 Craig Ritchie was appointed to the position of A/g CEO at AIATSIS in January 2017.  Craig joined AIATSIS as Deputy CEO in April 2016.  Prior to joining AIATSIS Craig worked in other senior roles in the Australian Public Service, most rec
Yanti Ropeyarn Connecting collections: old TI and the Right Wrongs referendum campaign 22 Mar 2017 Yanti Ropeyarn currently works in the Maps Branch of the National Library of Australia. She is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander from Injinoo, Cape York, Queensland.
Prof Hung-Yu Ru Indigenous research and social development among the Austronesian-speaking peoples of Taiwan 23 Mar 2017 Professor Hung-Yu Ru (also known as Umin•Itei) is a Saisiyat. He received his PhD from the Department of Anthropology at the University of Hawaiʻi.
Dr Vanessa Russ In the flesh: infrastructure and research access 21 Mar 2017 Dr Vanessa Russ was born in Derby and raised between Derby and Ngullagunda (Gibb River Cattle Station) and has family connections to Ngarinyin and Gija people in the Kimberley.
Dr Gabrielle Russell-Mundine Disrupting worldviews: Methodological and pedagogical issues in community-driven service learning 23 Mar 2017 Dr Gabrielle Russell-Mundine is Academic Leader — Cultural Change in the National Centre for Cultural Competence at The University of Sydney.
Tess Ryan Governing by numbers: the construction and publicity of deficit metrics in Indigenous education 21 Mar 2017 Tess Ryan is a Biripi woman originating from Taree, New South Wales. She was born in Brisbane, Queensland and has lived in Canberra for 11 years.
Tess Ryan Collaborative Indigenous Research Initiative (CIRI) University of Canberra 21 Mar 2017 Tess Ryan is a Biripi woman originating from Taree, New South Wales. She was born in Brisbane, Queensland and has lived in Canberra for 11 years.
Dr Will Sanders Moving forward from the Community Development Programme: Informing policy change through collaborative research 22 Mar 2017 Dr Will Sanders is a political scientist who has worked on Indigenous employment and income support for 35 years.
Rosalie Schultz The Interplay Wellbeing Framework: Building the evidence on pathways to wellbeing with community indicators from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote Australia 21 Mar 2017 Rosalie Schultz has worked as a Doctor in remote Aboriginal communities for almost 20 years.
Associate Prof Kate Senior Lead My Learning and Ngukurr News: sharing two projects to demonstrate the potential of engaged collaborations 23 Mar 2017 Kate Senior is an Associate Professor and ARC Future Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Wollongong.
Prof Anthony Shakeshaft Researcher-community partnerships to reduce Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander drug and alcohol-related harms: lessons learned from multiple NDARC projects 22 Mar 2017 Professor Anthony Shakeshaft is Deputy Director at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW.
Prof Juanita Sherwood Aboriginal mothers in prison: what they have to say 23 Mar 2017 Professor Juanita Sherwood is a Wiradjuri woman, currently working as the academic Director of the National Centre for Cultural Competence at The University of Sydney.
Prof Juanita Sherwood Disrupting worldviews: Methodological and pedagogical issues in community-driven service learning 23 Mar 2017 Professor Juanita Sherwood is a Wiradjuri woman, currently working as the academic Director of the National Centre for Cultural Competence at The University of Sydney.
Sylvia Shovellor Karajarri Cultural Database: reclaiming information and knowledge to inform land management and influence policy development 23 Mar 2017 Sylvia Shovellor is from the the Karajarri Traditional Lands Association.
Wynston Shovellor Karajarri Cultural Database: reclaiming information and knowledge to inform land management and influence policy development 23 Mar 2017 Wynston Shovellor is a Karajarri Ranger. The Karajarri rangers manage over 2 million hectares of land and sea country south of Broome recognised as part of their native title determinations made in 2002 and 2004.
Dr Kristen Smith A regional approach to Alcohol Management in Northern Australia: Mobility, supply chains and community control 22 Mar 2017 Dr Kristen Smith is a Research Fellow in the Australian Indigenous Studies Unit, at The University of Melbourne and is in the Centre for Health Equity, School of Population and Global Health.
Luke Smyth Research practice and impact in Indigenous values research 21 Mar 2017 Luke Smyth Luke joined AIATSIS in 2015 and is a research officer in Native Title, Land and Water. He has a Bachelor of Development Studies and is currently completing a Masters in Social Research at the ANU. 
Margaret Somerville Collaborative Indigenous Research Initiative (CIRI) University of Canberra 21 Mar 2017
Wendy Somerville Learning to lead and teach by doing collaborative Indigenous research 22 Mar 2017 Wendy Somerville is a PhD student at the University of Canberra. She is a Jerrinja woman with ancestral ties to Cullunghutti. Her PhD topic asks how we can tell a history through archives, place and memory.
Wally Stewart Research practice and impact in Indigenous values research 21 Mar 2017 Wally Stewart is a YUIN man from the far south coast of NSW and has worked in various government departments in the past 20 years. He was the first and only Aboriginal Senior Field Supervisor For NSW National Parks.
Prof Natalie Stoianoff Garuwanga: forming a competent authority to protect Indigenous knowledge 22 Mar 2017 Natalie Stoianoff is a Professor in the Law School at the University of Technology Sydney. She specialises in Intellectual Property law, environmental land and taxation law.
Dr Gretchen Stolte Reclaiming the intellectual property of our ancestors: Indigenous collections research 22 Mar 2017 Dr Gretchen Stolte identifies as a Nimi’ipuu/Nez Perce American Indian and is currently a Research Fellow at the Australian National University.
Dr Lisa Strelein Innovation and cultural capability 21 Mar 2017 Photo of Dr Lisa Strelein Lisa’s research and publications have focused on the relationship between Indigenous peoples and the state, and the role of the courts in defining Indigenous peoples’ rights.
Prof John Taylor Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander data sovereignty in Australia: principles and practice 21 Mar 2017 Professor John Taylor's disciplinary background is in geography and population studies.
Penny Taylor Using the National Research Grants System to progress Indigenous organisations and Indigenous agendas 23 Mar 2017 Penny Taylor is the former Head Researcher at the Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation, a peak body for the Larrakia people — the descendants of the Traditional Owners of the land on which Darwin is built.
Desley Thompson ‘Responding to the needs of our mob’: the Tackling Indigenous Smoking Program 22 Mar 2017 Desley Thompson is the Manager of the National Best Practice Unit Tackling Indigenous Smoking and the main contact for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations funded under the federal government’s Tackling Indigenous Smoking Program.
Dr Kathryn Thorburn A little piece of paradise: living the ‘good life’ on the Anne St Reserve in Broome from 1968 to 1982 23 Mar 2017 Kathryn Thorburn has strong family ties to the Fitzroy Valley in the West Kimberley and lived and worked in Fitzroy Crossing for eight years. She is now based in Broome.
Kirsten Thorpe Embedding Indigenous voices at the State Library of New South Wales: Transforming practice through community engagement 21 Mar 2017 Kirsten Thorpe is a descendant of the Worimi people of Port Stephens, New South Wales.
Kirsten Thorpe Imagining the archive of the future: community participation in transforming the archive 22 Mar 2017 Kirsten Thorpe is a descendant of the Worimi people of Port Stephens, New South Wales.
Samantha Togni Ngapartji Ngapartji: an Aboriginal participatory action research approach transforming relationships between renal patients and renal staff in Central Australia 22 Mar 2017 Samantha Togni is a social researcher based in Alice Springs, Northern Territory.
Bin Tong How does data impact on health policy and health outcomes? 22 Mar 2017 Bin Tong is an epidemiologist and bio-statistician at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
Associate Prof Clare Townsend Promoting the equal inclusion of Australia’s marginalised Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples in the National Disability Insurance Scheme 21 Mar 2017 Clare Townsend is the Synapse National Manager of Research and Development and an Adjunct Associate Professor at Griffith and James Cook Universities.
Mrs Taygan Tucker Developing a sustainable oral health service through an integrated community-centred approach within Cherbourg Aboriginal Community 23 Mar 2017 Mrs Taygan Tucker has practiced as a Dental Therapist for 18 years.
Dr Andrew Turk An evaluation of Education Curriculum for Perth Secondary Students About Wadjak Noongar History, Culture and Issues 23 Mar 2017 Dr Andrew Turk (PhD) is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the School of Arts, Murdoch University, with degrees in Surveying, Applied Science (Cartography), Arts (Psychology and Philosophy).
Dr Andrew Turk Development of the Manyjilyjarra – English Pictorial Dictionary of Landscape Terms 23 Mar 2017 Dr Andrew Turk (PhD) is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the School of Arts, Murdoch University, with degrees in Surveying, Applied Science (Cartography), Arts (Psychology and Philosophy).
Nola Turner-Jensen Core value belief systems and their critical importance for cultures today 23 Mar 2017 Ms Nola Turner-Jensen is an Aboriginal woman from the Wiradjuri language group on her Mother’s side and Irish/English on her Dad’s side.
Bep Uink Steps toward an inclusive research methodology for ‘at-risk’ youth 22 Mar 2017 Bep Uink is currently studying a combined Master of Applied Psychology (Clinical)/PhD at the School of Psychology & Exercise Science, Murdoch University.
Dr Penney Upton ‘Responding to the needs of our mob’: the Tackling Indigenous Smoking Program 22 Mar 2017 Dr Penney Upton is Associate Professor at the University of Canberra Health Research Institute and the Population Health Research and Knowledge Officer for the National best Practice Tackling Indigenous Smoking.
Dr Inara Walden Participation in Aboriginal policy making: A case study in Walgett, New South Wales 22 Mar 2017 Inara Walden completed her PhD at the Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW in 2016 on the theme of participation in Aboriginal policy making, via a case study with a remote Aboriginal community in Walgett New South Wales.
Julie Walker Issues of impact: the return, renewal and publication of a Pilbara song 21 Mar 2017 Julie Walker is Manager of Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre. She is a Yinhawangka woman from the Gobawarrah (Ashburton) area of the Pilbara region, Western Australia.
Dr Lisa Waller Deficit Discourse in Indigenous Education 21 Mar 2017 Dr Lisa Waller is an Associate Professor of Communication in the School of Communication and Creative Arts, Deakin University. Since entering academia in 2007 she has published widely in Media and Communication studies.
Angelia Walsh Converging pathways: community cultural heritage and university research 22 Mar 2017 Angelia Walsh is the Manager and Cultural Officer of the Surat Aboriginal Corporation (SAC) in SW Queensland.
Maggie Walter Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander data sovereignty in Australia: principles and practice 21 Mar 2017 Maggie Walter (PhD), a descendant of the Trawlwoolway/Preelunenner people from north eastern Tasmania, is a sociologist who teaches and researches at the University of Tasmania.
Maggie Walter Using the Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children to explore how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children grow up strong 22 Mar 2017 Maggie Walter (PhD), a descendant of the Trawlwoolway/Preelunenner people from north eastern Tasmania, is a sociologist who teaches and researches at the University of Tasmania.
Damien Webb True as nan: Recognising the authority of Aboriginal memory in our GLAM spaces 21 Mar 2017 Damien Webb is a Palawa man from Tasmania currently working as the Indigenous Engagement Officer for the State Library of Western Australia and coordinating the Storylines Project.
Mandy Whitford Indigenous participation in arts and cultural expression and the relationship with wellbeing 23 Mar 2017 Mandy Whitford is the Writer for the Research team at the Australia Council for the Arts.
Ngare Wilkinson My experience as an Indigenous PhD student at CQUniversity, Australia 22 Mar 2017 Ngare Wilkinson is a Lardil woman from Mornington Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria and has lived there most of her life. She graduated from CQ University in 2013 with a Bachelor in Biomedical Science.
Majon Williamson Kefu Enhancing the role of learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia: Rhetoric to practice 23 Mar 2017 Majon Williamson Kefu is a PhD candidate at Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education.
Benjamin Wilson Deficit Discourse in Indigenous Education 21 Mar 2017 Ben Wilson is a Research Officer at the National Centre for Indigenous Studies, Australian National University.
Byron Wilson The Interplay Wellbeing Framework: Building the evidence on pathways to wellbeing with community indicators from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote Australia 21 Mar 2017 Byron Wilson is a PhD student through Menzies School of Health Research (Charles Darwin University). He is a science teacher with over 10 years experience, including 6 years as Science Coordinator.
Dr Scott Winch Caring for community: Research collaboration between the University of Wollongong and the Illawarra Koori Men’s Support Group 23 Mar 2017 Dr Scott Winch, a Wiradjuri/ Ngunnawal man is the Discipline Leader of Indigenous Health in the University of Wollongong, School of Medicine.
Dr Michael Wright From engagement to impact: The Looking Forward Project 23 Mar 2017 Dr Michael Wright is a Yuat Nyoongar man. His family is from the Moora and New Norcia area of Western Australia, north of Perth. He has worked as a hospital-based Social Worker and as a mental health Service Manager.
Jessica Yamaguchi The Interplay Wellbeing Framework: Building the evidence on pathways to wellbeing with community indicators from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote Australia 21 Mar 2017 Jessica Yamaguchi is a Gangalidda and Waanyi woman from the Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland. Jessica works as an Advisor in the Indigenous Affairs Information and Evaluation Branch in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.
Dr Shu-Yuan Yang Indigenous research and social development among the Austronesian-speaking peoples of Taiwan 23 Mar 2017 Shu-Yuan Yang is Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica. She received her PhD from the Department of Anthropology, London School of Economics and Political Sciences.
Dr Shu-Ling Yeh Indigenous research and social development among the Austronesian-speaking peoples of Taiwan 23 Mar 2017 Shu-Ling Yeh studied anthropology at the National Taiwan University, and gained her PhD at the Australian National University, College of Asia and the Pacific.
Last reviewed: 24 Aug 2017