YOUNG ABORIGINAL LEADERS and ROLE MODELS. 6 August 2014. Supporting the next generation to achieve their goals. Paul Vandenbergh Aboriginal Programs Manager, Power Community Ltd . Torita Issac 2012 Paralympics – athletics.
6 August 2014
Aboriginal Programs Manager, Power Community Ltd
2012 Paralympics – athletics.
Eddie Betts (Australian rules)Playing for the Adelaide Crows.
First Aboriginal Rhodes Scholar.
Tjimarri Sanderson-Milera (Athlete)2014 Ch 9 Aboriginal Young Achiever Award (SA).
Rohanee Cox (basketball)
Brendan Ah Chee (Australian rules)Playing for Port Power
First Aboriginal woman to represent Australia in figure skating.
Plays for the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
First Aboriginal soccer player to score a goal for Australia.
Kiel Williams-Weigel say. Be your own stereotype…’
University lecturer (age 24) and champion of Aboriginal culture & education.
Genevieve Grieves say. Be your own stereotype…’Filmmaker & media artist; worked onSBS series First Australians.
Chad Wingard(Australian rules)Playing for Port Power.
Kyah Simon say. Be your own stereotype…’(Socceroo)Led Matildas to knockout stage of
2011 FIFA World Cup.
Sean Lemmens say. Be your own stereotype…’
Pick 27 at the AFL National Draft(Gold Coast Suns).
Singer and actress.
Johnathan Thurston they can achieve their dreams, that’s awesome.’Professional Rugby League.
Narelle Henry they can achieve their dreams, that’s awesome.’
Women's basketball champion.
Zaachariah Fielding & Kristal West they can achieve their dreams, that’s awesome.’‘ZK’ - R’n’B Soul duo.
Patrick Johnson up to me and they can set goals for themselves…’
Current Oceanian & Australian record holder in 100 metres.
Vanessa Stokes (softball) up to me and they can set goals for themselves…’
Australian Women’s Aussie Spirit player.
Jesse Williams up to me and they can set goals for themselves…’American football at the highest level.
Jack Buckskin up to me and they can set goals for themselves…’
Tania Major up to me and they can set goals for themselves…’2007 Young Australian of the Year;
Youngest person elected to ATSIC.
Kevin Kropinyeri up to me and they can set goals for themselves…’
Chern’ee Sutton (Artist)2014 NAIDOC Youth of the Year.
Micheal O’Loglin (Micky O) Australia that is moving forward.’
Former Sydney Swans player & former coach Flying Boomerangs & Indigenous All Stars.
Frances Rings Australia that is moving forward.’Dancer, choreographer and television presenter.
Director, National Indigenous Youth Leadership Academy.
Donisha Duff good.’First Aboriginal person to graduate with a Masters of Business Administration from ANU.
Tapaya EdwardsDancer, young Anangu leader.
Dr Marlene Clarke & Dr Marilyn Kong good.’(twins)
First Aboriginal women to receive medical degrees at Sydney University.
Dr Kelvin Kong good.’
First Aboriginal Surgeon;
baby brother of twins Marlene & Marilyn.
YOUNG LEADERS good.’
ABORIGINAL POWER CUP 2014
The end good.’