Amanda Healy

Passionate advocate for Aboriginal culture

Perth

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About Amanda Healy

Over a number of years, Amanda has provided employment for over 1,000 people in the mechanical services field in the resources sector. Shes is working to provide sustainable income for Aboriginal artists through her work with KIRRIKIN, and developed a cultural invigoration program for Aboriginal women in prison, often supporting many on release. She has recently been appointed as an Adjunct Professor of Indigenous Business at Curtin Universities School and Business and Law.

Amanda has guided a number of other small (often Aboriginal) business to develop into sustainable business. She completed an MBA at Curtin Graduate School of Business and completed the MURRA Indigenous Masterclass at Melbourne University. She was identified as an Inspirational Leader for 2019, by the AACSB and acted as board member on various organisations including Wirrpanda Foundation, Curtin GSB Advisory Board Member, True Blue Dreaming Board member and various other boards. Amanda has actively sought to improve the view of her people through her work, and sought to gain great education opportunities for youth that would otherwise not be able to access them

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