National Indigenous Cancer Network (NICaN) » Yarning board

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  • 15 February

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  • 11 February

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  • 16 January

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  • Member
    18 December 2012
    Hi everyone!

    I'm the new Community Engagement and Translation Officer for NICaN. I look forward to facilitating and supporting efforts that ensure that what's known about cancer in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders is available to people to cancer, their famuilies, practioners, policy makers and researchers.

    A little about myself - I have strong family connections to the Worimi people of NSW (Forster/Taree), but currently live and work in Brisbane. My immediate past employment was within the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) Indigenous Education team, working on the Indigenous Youth Mobility Program (IYMP) and the Parental and Community Engagement Program (PaCE). I've also spent over 15 years in the higher education sector with student recruitment, graphic design, marketing and promotions, eLearning, learning and teaching, project and event management, community engagement and various aspects of health.

    I look forward to meeting and chatting with everyone in the NICaN Yarning Place.

    Don't forget we are on Twitter as well!

    All the best.
  • 7 November 2012
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