Wadawurrung Community Advisory Group
As this project is an Indigenous resource intended to be used by Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander peoples, we are working with a community advisory group to co-design and develop this resource.
The group is made up of six Aboriginal community members who reside on Wadawurrung Country. Their views are important to informing the resource and although focus groups and interviews have been held throughout the region to capture the voices of many Indigenous peoples, these six people will have final approval of all culturally relevant decisions.
Community Advisory Group Members
Renee Owen is a Yorta Yorta woman who is a cultural supervisor on this project. She is the manager of the Aboriginal Health Unit at Barwon Health, located on Wadawurrung Country.
May Owen is a Yorta Yorta woman who sits on the community advisory group and comes with a background in childhood education.
Corrina O’Toole is a Traditional Owner of Wadawurrung Country and sits on the community advisory group. She is a cultural advisor for Wadawurrung Country.
Syd Fry is a Gunditjmara and Watjobaluk man who sits on the community advisory group. He is a Senior Advisor for the Aboriginal Engagement Unit, Department of Health and Human Services.
Kaley McGough is a Barapa Barapa, Muttti Mutti, Yorta Yorta and Tanaurong woman who sits on the community advisory group. She is an Aboriginal Workforce Engagement Officer for the City of Greater Geelong.
Jasmine Knox is a Noongar Yamatji woman who sits on the community advisory group. She is a dental nurse who represents the youth of Wadawurrung Country.