As the climate crisis escalates, women are leading the charge for more ambitious environmental outcomes
Dr Anne Poelina is a Nyikina Warrwa (Indigenous Australian) woman in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Sherie is of Aboriginal descent from the Central Arrernte of Mparntwe (Alice Springs) with a deep cultural connection to the Yolgnu of Ramingining, Northern Territory and has Scottish ancestors. She is currently living on Darumbal Country near Rockhampton in Central Queensland.
Meet Wendy Farmer, a member of WELA’s Leadership Development Program in 2020 and President of Voices of the Valley...
Meet Sue Lewis, one of WELA’s co-founders who was formerly Director of Swinburne University’s Centre for Gender and Cultural Diversity and is a teacher in the WELA leadership program.
Meet Sheena Gilman, a member of WELA’s Leadership Development Program in 2020, the current Chief Conservation for Birdlife in Southern Queensland and member of the Protect the Bush Alliance group.
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