Board of Directors

Sue-Anne Hunter

Sue-Anne Hunter is a proud Wurundjeri woman, committed to self-determination and advocating for the rights of all first nations peoples. Prior to the establishment of her business, Aboriginal Cultural Consultancy in 2019, Sue-Anne worked in the Aboriginal child and Family Welfare field for over 18 years and has sat on several boards.

Sue-Anne is a trained Social Worker and has an in-depth understanding of developmental, transgenerational and community traumas as well as western modalities of therapy. Her studies have been both nationally and internationally recognised and she is proficient in multiple therapeutic interventions, in which she combines with cultural knowledge to bring about healing change for our people. Sue-Anne is passionate in ensuring our people receive a high quality of service delivery particularly in the space of health and wellbeing.

Colleen Kelly

Colleen Kelly is from the Wilunyu and Southern Yamaji peoples of Mid West Western Australia. She is a Registered Nurse with post graduate and masters qualification in emergency nursing. More recently she has studied and worked in the area of Indigenous health and Indigenous leadership. Colleen is a Lecturer in the Gukwonderuk Indigenous unit of Monash University, Melbourne. She is currently working in the area of teaching and learning of Indigenous health curriculum. Colleen is particularly interested in influencing the health system so the perspectives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples can be privileged. Her aim is to help educate health care graduates who are culturally capable and able to work in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to ensure the best possible health outcomes.    

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