Lisa Gissing


From Melbourne to Perth to the Tiwi Islands, from Launceston to Port Moresby, Lisa has helped many individuals, communities and businesses to build financial confidence for over ten years.

Lisa Gissing

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Training Manager for Indigenous Communities, Davidson Institute.

From Melbourne to Perth to the Tiwi Islands, from Launceston to Port Moresby, Lisa has helped many individuals, communities and businesses to build financial confidence for over ten years. From developing and delivering face to face workshops, to facilitating webinars and creating educational tools, she is committed to delivering education with impact, flexibility and sensitivity tailored for each audience. She is responsible for delivering on Westpac’s Reconciliation Action Plan financial education commitment. In 2016 she was runner up in the Westpac Women of Influence Awards recognising her work around Inclusion and Diversity. Her story is featured on the Westpac Careers website as an example of people helping people and she is also here to help you.

Digital card – Shopping with your mobile phone.

Imagine going shopping with just your mobile phone. It’s now possible with digital cards. This article explains what a digital card is and how to use it.

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Always was, Always will be – NAIDOC week 2020

November 2020

NAIDOC Week this year begins on November 8th. We recently caught up with a couple of Westpac Group employees to get their thoughts on what NAIDOC Week means to them and how money management and education can play an important role in helping to sustain the caring for land.

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Lump Sum of Money: Managing & Protecting.

Have you recently received a large amount of money? Check out some hints and tips that may help you and your family manage and keep your money safe today and for tomorrow.

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Always was, Always will be – NAIDOC week 2020

NAIDOC Week this year begins on November 8th. We recently caught up with a couple of Westpac Group employees to get their thoughts on what NAIDOC Week means to them and how money management and education can play an important role in helping to sustain the caring for land.

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Mob Pod - Peter Foster from Hymba Yumba Independent School.

Peter Foster in the principal of Hymba Yumba Independent School. In this interview with Davidson Institute’s Lisa Gissing, Peter talks about the way the school has pivoted during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Mob Pod - Bronwyn Covill from Need a Tutor.

Bronwyn Covill is the CEO of Need a Tutor. Bronwyn talks about how learning changes lives and that as an organisation they are determined to remove barriers that prevent remote and Indigenous students from accessing educational support.

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