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A new champion of Aboriginal children is to be appointed in Victoria after Andrew Jackomos last week stepped down as the state’s Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People. Mr Jackomos left the position five months short of serving a five-year term in the role. He was the first person to hold the title. A […]

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Tricia Button has been appointed the new deputy chief executive officer of the Indigenous Land Corporation — the first Indigenous woman to hold the job. Mrs Button joined the ILC in 2015 as the divisional manager of the eastern division and was later appointed executive director for program delivery, driving land acquisitions, management, holding and […]

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Marcus Stewart, a Taungurung traditional owner from central Victoria, is set to become the first chief executive officer of the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations. The Federation is Victoria’s peak body for traditional owner corporations and Mr Stewart will lead the implementation of a new strategic plan, as well as driving economic, political and […]

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Prominent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander woman Fiona Jose has been appointed the new chief executive of Cape York Partnership. Ms Jose will take over from current chief executive Duncan Murray at the end of the year. She has a long career in senior management roles including at Education Queensland, Skill360 Australia and Skytrans. She […]

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Glen Kelly, the former chief executive officer of the National Native Title Council, has joined professional services firm KPMG Australia as a director of its specialist consulting practice, KPMG Arrilla Indigenous Services. In announcing the appointment, KPMG said Mr Kelly, a Noongar man from Western Australia, brings to the role 20 years of experience in […]

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