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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.

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supporting the next generation to achieve their goals
Supporting the next generation to achieve their goals.

Paul Vandenbergh

Aboriginal Programs Manager, Power Community Ltd 

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Torita Issac

2012 Paralympics – athletics.

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Rebecca Richards

First Aboriginal Rhodes Scholar.

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Rohanee Cox (basketball)

Australian Opals.

know who you are and be proud of your culture
‘Know who you are and be proud of your culture.’

Brendan Ah Chee (Australian rules)Playing for Port Power

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Lowanna Gibson

First Aboriginal woman to represent Australia in figure skating.

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Patrick Sammy ‘Patty’ Mills

Plays for the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA). 

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Travis Dodd

First Aboriginal soccer player to score a goal for Australia.

always be positive it doesn t matter what people say be your own stereotype
‘Always be positive…it doesn’t matter what people say. Be your own stereotype…’

Ashleigh Barty

Tennis player.

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Kiel Williams-Weigel

University lecturer (age 24) and champion of Aboriginal culture & education.

have a dream don t let anything get in the way of it
‘Have a DREAM; don’t let anything get in the way of it.’

Chad Wingard(Australian rules)Playing for Port Power.

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Sean Lemmens

Pick 27 at the AFL National Draft(Gold Coast Suns).

if i can give kids a little bit of inspiration that they can achieve their dreams that s awesome
‘If I can give kids a little bit of inspiration that they can achieve their dreams, that’s awesome.’

Jessica Mauboy

Singer and actress.

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Narelle Henry

Women\'s basketball champion.

i think it s great that aboriginal girls can look up to me and they can set goals for themselves
‘I think it’s great that Aboriginal girls can look up to me and they can set goals for themselves…’

Samantha Harris

Model.

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Patrick Johnson

Current Oceanian & Australian record holder in 100 metres.

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Vanessa Stokes (softball)

Australian Women’s Aussie Spirit player.

dream it believe it and you will be it
‘Dream it, believe it and you will be it!’

Amanda Fowler

Paralympic swimmer.

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Jack Buckskin

Traditional owner.

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Tania Major2007 Young Australian of the Year;

Youngest person elected to ATSIC.

i would like to think that my art reflects a unified australia that is moving forward
‘I would like to think that my art reflects a unified Australia that is moving forward.’

Chern’ee Sutton (Artist)2014 NAIDOC Youth of the Year.

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Micheal O’Loglin (Micky O)

Former Sydney Swans player & former coach Flying Boomerangs & Indigenous All Stars.

work on projects that hopefully inspire do good
‘…work on projects that hopefully inspire, do good.’

Benson Saulo

Director, National Indigenous Youth Leadership Academy.

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Donisha DuffFirst Aboriginal person to graduate with a Masters of Business Administration from ANU.

it s really important our story
‘It\'s really important, our story.’

Tapaya EdwardsDancer, young Anangu leader.

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Dr Marlene Clarke & Dr Marilyn Kong (twins)

First Aboriginal women to receive medical degrees at Sydney University.

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Dr Kelvin Kong

First Aboriginal Surgeon;

baby brother of twins Marlene & Marilyn.

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YOUNG LEADERS

ABORIGINAL POWER CUP 2014

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