On episode 55 of the podcast, I yarn with the deadly Dr Mark McMillan,a Wiradjuri man fromTrangiein central west New South Wales.With a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, a Master of Law and a doctorate in Juridical Science, Dr Mark McMillan was the first Indigenous person to be appointed to senior lecturer at the University of Melbourne’s Law School.
He is a passionate leader of Indigenous engagement and education and has manyyear’s experiencein public administration and governance in Higher Education. We yarn about many things including how henow takes those skills of leadership and management into the private sector as an Indigenous entrepreneur as the CEO of Uncle Charlies Tastes of Country – Indigenous gourmet snack food.A really great yarn not to be missed!
Recommendations throughout this episode:
Ebony Institute –https://ebonyinstitute.com.au/our-projects/
Uncle Charley’s Taste of Country -https://www.linkedin.com/company/uncle-charlie-s-tastes-of-country-indigenous-gourmet-snack-food/about/
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