Who’s your mob and where were you raised?
How long have you been a member of the NAIDOC Committee?
Since 2007 - 9 years
What does NAIDOC mean to you?
It is when we can all come together to celebrate our culture and to acknowledge the wonderful achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our communities who have accomplished wonderful things.
Apart from the National NAIDOC Ball, how will you be celebrating NAIDOC Week?
Breakfasts - lunches - NAIDOC march - family day activities
Outside of NAIDOC what are your passions?
Reading and writing
Healing - establishing a healing/health garden
Bringing about change in the Western medical system in the Top End
Breaking down the barriers of racism through cross cultural awareness
Fun fact – what don’t we know about you?
In my youth (sooo long ago!) With a friend from school I won a big rock and roll competition and always wore an afro wig to disco's.