It’s late.

It’s Sunday night. 10.57pm. I’m sitting on the steps of my office waiting for my husband to come and get me. I’ve been training all weekend. Last night I didn’t get home until after midnight as I had to edit videos. I have to be in the city at 8.30am, then I have to go straight to the airport to deliver more training. Continue reading “It’s late.”

Building Indigenous small business through training and mentoring

For the past two months I’ve had the pleasure of working with Emma Kerslake of Yolla Consulting delivering mentoring and training to Indigenous small business based on the Gold Coast. Continue reading “Building Indigenous small business through training and mentoring”

Indigenous arts | business workshops at Kuril Dhagun at the State Library of Queensland

In response to the Barambah <> Cherbourg <> Art <> Craft exhibition, we worked with the the kuril dhagun team at the State Library of Queensland to create a series of three workshops that focused on the development of Indigenous arts and business. Continue reading “Indigenous arts | business workshops at Kuril Dhagun at the State Library of Queensland”

Pine Rivers Women in Business event at International Women’s Day

Tonight’s International Women’s Day Women in Business event at Pine Rivers was inspiring. After some informal networking with Nikki Boyd MP, member for Pine Rivers, there was a Welcome to Country by Aunty Maroochy Barambah.  Continue reading “Pine Rivers Women in Business event at International Women’s Day”

Inaugural Indigenous Women in Business Brisbane event

This evening I had the pleasure of attending the first Brisbane event for Indigenous Women in Business. It was a fantastic opportunity for women to get together in a relaxed atmosphere. Continue reading “Inaugural Indigenous Women in Business Brisbane event”

Fake Art Harms Aboriginal Culture Campaign

It’s been two weeks since I was in Sydney, and a week since we returned from Canberra for the Fake Art Harms campaign. I was originally heading there to participate in the Indigenous Professionals Closing the Gap event with the Prime Minister. But, as a representative on Viscopy and FACCI, I headed to Canberra to participate in a day of lobbying as part of the Fake Art Harms Culture campaign. Other members of the delegation included Indigenous Art Code, ArtsLaw, and ANKAA.  Continue reading “Fake Art Harms Aboriginal Culture Campaign”