The following case studies illustrate how our corporate and government secondees have achieved real results and earned the respect and trust of local Indigenous people.
“I think it would have taken me two years to learn what I took on board this year. I’ll go back to Western Australia with this inside knowledge of business banking. This is valuable as Indigenous Australia shifts from non-profit to for-profit work.” Background Andrea Mason is a Karoni and Ngaanyatjarra woman and CEO of […] > Read case study
Stories of Female Leadership is a growing network that connects Indigenous, corporate and government female leaders together to drive change. Read more about the successes of the program. > Read case study
This case study shares Yolŋu woman Rarrtjiwuy Melanie Herdman’s leadership journey from the Jawun Emerging Leader’s program in 2015 to becoming the acting CEO of Miwatji Health and elected the first young female chairperson on the Dhimurru board. Read more about her work in Arnhem Land. > Read case study
The final case study of our 2017 Indigenous Corporate Leadership program participants about Andrea Mason who was seconded to the Westpac Group from the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) Lands. Read more about her extensive development as National Manager of Customer Advocacy at St George Bank. > Read case study
This is the second of our case studies on the 2017 Indigenous Corporate Leadership program participants. Brad Cooke is from Sydney’s La Perouse region and was seconded to CBA. Read more about his experience in the Emerging Technologies team. > Read case study
Chris Ingrey from Sydney’s La Perouse region reflects on his ‘reverse secondment’ as part of Jawun’s Indigenous Corporate Leadership program to Qantas’ Industry and International Affairs team. Read more about his transformative journey. > Read case study