On episode 75 of the podcast I yarn with my good friend Erin Woolford.
Erin is a Kuyani Arrernte woman and multi-award-winning Aboriginal Affairs specialist with 25 years’ experience across the for-purpose, Aboriginal community controlled, corporate, academic, government and professional services sectors working within regional, remote and metropolitan communities.
Erin’s specialisation is in community and economic development, policy reform, strategy co-design, development of reconciliation action plans, governance, consultation and negotiations, and leading large transformation projects.
A few of Erin’s career achievements include winning the Gladys Elphick Regional Award for active contribution to Aboriginal communities and initiating positive change to the lives of others, the PwC Australia Diversity and Inclusion Award for development and implementation of the firms first Elevate RA in 2019 and winner of the SACOME’s Exceptional Woman in South Australian Resources in 2015.
What a deadly yarn we had on the deck, surrounded by the lush greenery here at my home on kabi kabi country, Sunshine Coast. Please feel free to share, rate and review! Would love to hear from you! xx
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