Topic: First Nations

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Days of future past

Bringing the past into the present is a museum’s role, but Australian Museum CEO Kim McKay AO also has big plans for its future.

What I’ve learned about how for-purpose, community-controlled entities can drive change

With her background in legal aid and current roles as a non-executive director on several boards in the First Nations healthcare sector, Yorta Yorta woman Sandra Bailey GAICD reflects on her journey ...

Money talks

Accessing finance has long been a barrier to Indigenous business, but First Australians Capital founder Leah Armstrong says untapped opportunities exist for venture capitalists to back a growing numb...

Getting involved

Boots-on-the-ground experience was crucial in the provision of a First Nations aged care facility in East Arnhem Land.

Stepping stones to success

Goanna Education is an Australian-owned First Nations enterprise. Co-founder, non-executive director and Dunghutti man Liam Harte AAICD and CEO Sally-Anne Browner outline the demands of scaling for gr...

Connecting the dots

Mikaela Jade is the founder and CEO of Indigital, Australia’s first Indigenous edu-tech company. Its digital skills training platforms in fourth industrial revolution technologies are designed ...

How to engage with First Nations stakeholders

NAIDOC Week this year carries the theme Heal Country and here directors share how organisations can better build meaningful long-term engagement with First Nations stakeholders.
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